Environmentalists and construction professionals make up broad base of support for measure.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2022 Day in the Life series, back after a two-year hiatus, gives you a glimpse into the world of four of our community’s leaders.
Ask Joey Powell if the wonder of working with animals every day is ever lost on her, and she responds with a resounding “no.”
Branco Enterprises is wrapping up construction in time for a ribbon-cutting ceremony next month.
Stan Dobbins is placed on administrative leave through his retirement date this month, officials say.
An incumbent and new member have been sworn in to the governing body.
While the viral emergency lessens, the looming expiration of the public health emergency could bring a different kind of emergency to hospitals: a fiscal one.
Monica Horton takes the Zone 1 seat as newest Springfield City Council member.
The first round of roughly $2 million in assistance is open through May 31.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Wilmoth Oil Co. receives the largest amount, at $250,000.
Sarah Kerner has worked for the Springfield municipality for more than 14 years.
Monica Horton takes over the Zone 1 position through the April 2023 election.
Todd Thornhill, 61, held the post for nearly three decades.
Wellness Collective LLC launched downtown; I Love Tacos Taqueria LLC expanded; and MLP Accounting & Consulting moved.