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Sun Solar tops Dynamic Dozen list at awards ceremony.
Monte McNew says there is room for growth after the company’s acquisition last year.
Springfield Aerial Fitness teaches the art of aerial silks and performs for events.
The owners combined are seeking $16.8 million, according to Southern Missouri Regional MLS.
A Christian County farm that began adding commercial elements last year opened Cassidy Flower Co. LLC; a former CrossFit instructor became a first-time business owner; and Connell Insurance Inc. entered a merger with Fort Worth, Texas-based Higginbotham Insurance Agency.
Flora Farms takes home Best in Show honor for its GMO flower product.
Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series gives you a glimpse into the world of five of our community’s leaders.
Nonprofit Nova Center of the Ozarks Inc. completed a move; DG Market opened in Willard; and Nixa Public Schools’ Aetos Center for the Performing Arts debuted.
Company president says Kansas City market is first step.
North Carolina-based Go Burrito, a fast-casual Mexican restaurant franchise, opened in Springfield; family-owned Collegiate Awards roughly doubled its space with a move; and architect Layne Hunton launched Throughline Architecture.
Challenges that were heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic continue to persist for area nonprofits providing food distribution, leading to record-high numbers of clients seeking services over the past two years, officials say.
In Springfield Business Journal’s spring project report, 18 active construction jobs represent more than $134 million in investments and nearly 640,000 square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.
The retail store for Artemis Overland Hardware relocated; a married couple with over 20 years of combined experience in health care teamed up to open Breast Imaging of the Ozarks; and Branson Bank opened a temporary, modular branch in Branson West.
The Local Bevy is dedicated to supporting area artists with opportunities to sell their works.
Studio 3 Dance Academy LLC replaced a longtime restaurant in Chesterfield Village; Dr. Samantha Sellers launched Peaceful Crossings In-Home Pet Euthanasia; and the city of Springfield’s newest fire station began operations.
Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.
In 50 years creating dioramas for museums, Terry Chase has become an authority mixing art and science.
Kai Sutton says Victori-us Inc. is slated to launch in earnest this summer.
Second career is a sweet change for former clothiers.
Missing Missouri doctor's body found
SRC Logistics wraps up expansion in northeast Springfield
Chamber advisory group makes first appearance before City Council
Joplin school board approves updated salary schedule
STL hotel project delayed by pandemic moving forward