Dog grooming business Four Paws Salon LLC moved; Los Angeles-based vehicle retail company Detail Garage opened a store in Springfield; and And Now, Yoga LLC launched.
Paragon Architecture LLC, Neale & Newman LLP and Anderson Engineering Inc. moved into new headquarters.
The boutique scene grew on Nixa’s South Main Street; Branco Enterprises Inc. expanded its presence in Springfield; and clothing retailer A Wench in the Gear moved.
Danielle Gassmann chose to go mobile with her first foray in business ownership; dining options multiplied near center city in Springfield; and a fourth co-branded Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care center opened.
Rove Coffee Roasting started; Gettin’ Basted LLC launched in Nixa; and Springfield-based sheltered workshop SWI Industrial Solutions Inc. absorbed a similar operation in Marshfield.
Archie Donoho started Archie’s Italian Eatery with son-in-law Lorenzo Hudson; Holly Bowdidge Childers opened Word on the Street Bookshop in Ozark; and a second retail store for personal safety equipment supplier Hard Hat Gear opened.
After changing its name at the start of the year to reflect expanded services, Loehr Health Center relocated; video gaming center Contender eSports Springfield LLC launched; and the 3-month-old Cowboy Boutique LLC rebranded as Prickly Cactus Coffee and Boutique LLC.
Yoselin’s Mexican Cuisine & More LLC changed its ownership and name; Kokoro Training Academy moved downtown; and Magnolia’s Market & Boutique LLC relocated in Ozark.
BigPxl changed its name from JumpSix Marketing LLC; Russell Cellular Inc. wrapped up its headquarters project; and The Gracious Plate relocated.
One Drop Coffee Co. LLC opened in Farmers Park; Robert Cirtin Investigations LLC relocated; and Aurora-based attorney David Payne added an office in Republic.
Ozarks Community Hospital added a walk-in clinic; The Sassy Tax Advisor LLC relocated in Ozark; and Domino’s franchisees Art Hurteau and Marty Prather of A&M Pizza Inc. added store No. 32.
Pappy’s Place came under new ownership; Napleton Autowerks/Missouri Inc. moved; and St. Louis barbecue chain Sugarfire Smokehouse made its Springfield debut.
Tru by Hilton launched; Abilities First merged two offices; and Mercy Clinic Family Medicine-Scenic opened.
The former owner of a vape shop changed directions with the opening of Queen City Soda & Sweets; Indian grocery store Bombay Bazaar opened; and three businessmen teamed up to start Battlefield Pharmacy LLC
The Springfield franchisee of Cincinnati-based Pet Wants began a brick-and-mortar store; SpringHill Suites by Marriott-Springfield North opened; and longtime Farmers Insurance agent Robert “Dewayne” Merritt started a Springfield agency.
Colleen and Ryan Sundlie launched a new Commercial Street venture next door to their Date Lady Inc. business; Citizens Memorial Hospital finalized the purchase of Stephens Pharmacy Inc.; and a retail gift and apparel shop primarily aimed at men, dubbed H.I.M., opened.
The first of a three-phase senior health care community in Rogersville opened; Cafe Basilico got its start on C-Street; and Rooney McBride & Smith LLC tripled its space in a move.
The Workshop began operations in the Finley Farms development in Ozark; grocer Aldi opened its third Springfield store; and Mercy added a new obstetrics and gynecology clinic.
Salt & Light Pilates opened in Chesterfield Village; on-demand delivery service GoPuff launched; and law firm Douglas, Haun & Heidemann relocated in Bolivar.
The former Aunt Martha’s Pancake House was renovated into lifestyle goods marketplace and design studio House Counsel; Mochas and Meows LLC opened its doors; and the Greene County Operations Center opened.
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