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Frank ‘n’ Steins exits Brewery District Flats after eight months.

The restaurant, which is made of recycled shipping containers, is expected to open by year’s end.

Concerns include possible increased home costs.

Four tenants have signed on to the retail center at the northeast corner of Campbell Avenue and Sunshine Street.

This year’s finalists for the Springfield Contractors Association Design Team of the Year were tasked with thinking outside the box.

It’s been a busy couple of years for Volt Credit Union staff.

Bringing its multiple companies under one roof, the Zimmerman Corporate LLC headquarters was built with expansion in mind.

Adding a second intermediate school for Willard Public Schools could not have come soon enough.

The Onward Upward initiative is the largest in school history.

Greens is set to join Artistree Pottery in a building undergoing renovations.

A vape shop owner closes his business to start another.

SBJ compiles a list of seven homes that were listed in Springfield last month.

Cowley Distributing files a layoff notice with the state, but the buyer of its distribution business may hire back employees.

Construction in Springfield is expected to start next month, with an opening planned next year.

Construction is expected to wrap up in January at the intersection of Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue.

The company responds to opioid epidemic with “natural perspective.”

Republic Ford Lincoln is adding a six-bay, heavy-duty service facility for large vehicles to its campus off U.S. Highway 60.

The wave of retiring boomers and senior housing trends lead to the recent influx of projects.

Parking concerns are raised by council and residents.

City Council has heard five cases since January.

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