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The local nonprofit gets $1 million for the former McDaniel School it bought last month.

One Drop Coffee Co. is scheduled to open next month on the south side.

The 2829 S. Lone Pine Ave. home is put on the market with a $1.4 million asking price.

It alleges unpaid property taxes and a nuisance violation on property she owns

The body votes unanimously to establish the community improvement district.

City Council now is scheduled to hear suggestions from city staff next month.

A second eatery from the fast-food chain is scheduled to open in Springfield this year.

The outdoor retailer will anchor a new mixed-use development in West Virginia.

Crossland Construction is selected to build the new Delaware Elementary School.

The $20 million Center for Advanced Manufacturing is among projects marked as key.

Mystic River Falls is scheduled to open in summer 2020.

Area voters would have to pass a 1% retail sales tax to fund improvements.

The marketing and web design firm is growing its space to 8,200 square feet from 1,200.

The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch is expanding its housing for children transitioning out of foster care.

An estimated $8 million new greenway trail spanning nearly 7.5 miles is in the planning phase.

Whether he is consistently ranking as a top performer in his field or lending time to local organizations, Jeff Childs takes a results-oriented approach.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

A proposed technology-centered driving range has fallen behind its original development plan.

The expansion is planned along South National Avenue.

Hold Fast Brewing launches at a former fire station downtown.

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