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The northeast corner of the Marshfield square has been a hub of activity since the start of 2018, with a historic construction project set to conclude this summer.

Editor Eric Olson selects the best student housing that money can buy in the city.

A former gas station may become one of four dispensaries for the company.

The nonprofit is adding apartments and an office for the transitional living program.

Sixty-eight business and community leaders are chosen.

University officials boost marketing efforts for new naming rights agreement.

Adventure Bicycle Co. takes the space left vacant by Horrmann Meat Co.

The outdoor retailer ends a marketing agreement with Bluegreen Vacations.

A trio of retail spaces will be vacated at Farmers Park in June.

SBJ counts down the annual fast-growth companies.

The company records three-year revenue growth of 36%.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment this fall plans to open its third Missouri store.

Five Below is launching in Primrose Marketplace and Springfield Plaza.

Five companies make their first appearance on the list.

Restaurateur Angel Kim targets a June 4 opening for OssoBuco Italian American Bistro.

An August completion for construction is planned near Wonders of Wildlife.

Current building to be razed soon, real estate agent says.

Magers Management Co. owner Randy Magers is building a two-story apartment building next door to his brother Bryan’s dorm development underway on the Missouri State University campus.

Bryan Magers is bringing Hilton’s millennial hotel brand to downtown Springfield this fall.

Historic renovations are on the square, while officials seek development in empty business park.

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