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2019 marks the 20th year of the Most Influential Women awards.

Publisher Jennifer Jackson says Chesterfield Village has given SBJ a warm welcome to the neighborhood.

Eight people are chosen to participate in group to grow career opportunities.

A Don Russell-designed property is among recently marketed residences.

With climate-controlled bays and Toptracer Range technology, Backwoods Golf is scheduled to open early next year.

The company plans to convert it into a self-storage center.

Guest columnist Eric Bohl unpacks recent U.S. Department of Agriculture data.

With offices in Neosho and Springfield, southwest Missouri general contractor Branco Enterprises Inc. is building a new office to serve the greater Springfield area.

City staff requests eminent domain through an ordinance for stormwater project.

With tax incentives, developers are moving forward on rail-access plan.

The 43,000-square-foot building has has primary and urgent care services.

Northern Tool and Equipment adds its fourth Missouri location.

Ralph Slavens, who also previously worked for John Q. Hammons, was 87.

After city TIF approval, a group of local investors moves forward with a multimillion-dollar project.

Owner brings on partner and says franchise plans are in the works.

Grindstone Construction is nearing completion of infill work for Rooney McBride & Smith.

The law firm is leaving its nearly 40-year home.

Coryell Collaborative Group is bringing 112 units nearby its recently completed Trail’s Bend project.

The city’s board is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a property sale.

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