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Fort Smith, Arkansas-based K-MAC Holdings Corp. is bringing a new Taco Bell franchise store to town.

The new center, located on property near southwest Springfield’s Carver Middle School, is part of the $168 million bond proposal, nicknamed Prop S, that voters approved in April.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment is coming this fall to James River Commons between Sam’s Club and Walmart Neighborhood Market.

Plans by East Sunshine Property Group LLC call for the retail center near Bass Pro Shops to accommodate multiple retail tenants, as well as space to build a restaurant.

The warehouse will support the $51 million Aquarium at the Boardwalk development coming to Branson in summer 2020.

After wrapping up projects in Ozark and Bolivar, Mercy Springfield Communities and Pitt Development Group LLC are constructing a clinic in southwest Springfield.

The new building along South Campbell Avenue across from The Library Center will be home to a second Maria’s Mexican Restaurant.

Site improvements and the construction of a new pavilion began this spring at Fantastic Caverns in north Springfield.

Renovations of the Missouri State University residence hall include reconfiguring the first floor, 10th floor and bathrooms.

Innovative Dental next year plans to open its second office.

An addition at Greenwood Laboratory School on Missouri State University’s campus includes a new entrance, lobby, weight room, performance stage and gymnasium that seats roughly 700 people.

A former Greene County-owned parking lot is being transformed into a two-story operations center.

Anderson Engineering Inc.’s new headquarters calls for a 10,000-square-foot office and a separate 5,000-square-foot materials testing lab with a loading dock.

Miller Commerce LLC’s Turners Rock senior living community calls for 51 independent living units, 50 assisted living beds and 20 memory care beds.

Bryan Properties LLC plans to open a new hotel near downtown Springfield this fall.

Herschend Family Entertainment Corp. is bringing a new attraction next summer to Silver Dollar City.

Editor Eric Olson says construction in Branson is on track to set records.

The announcement follows the team’s criticism of parking lot fee increases.

A $7 million fundraising campaign for the $42 million project reaches its halfway point.

The contractor submits the lowest offer of $11 million.

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