A career pivot for a former human resources professional resulted in Bosky’s Vegan Grill; Neverending Game Store LLC made its second move in as many years; and Mercy Springfield Communities added a second Queen City clinic focused on sports rehabilitation and performance improvement.
The auto parts retailer ranks No. 279 on the annual list.
Online retailer Amara’s Apparel is accused of failing to deliver products.
The top 12 organizations, a judges’ choice and six individuals are honored during the annual event.
Efactory and Boys & Girls Clubs will host new initiatives.
Owner cites rising costs and product availability.
Christian Action Ministries is using a former arcade and laser tag property for food storage.
The partnership includes a calming space for theme park guests experiencing sensory overload.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.
Willard Physical Therapy Center LLC opened a brick-and-mortar clinic; Elizabeth Schultz launched consulting company CRIT Workshop LLC; and Springfield-based wealth management firm Heim, Young & Associates Inc. is acquired.
Kristen Haseltine transitions to role from nonprofit sector.
The $12.5 million Penleigh development was started last year to create 324 multifamily units.
Work on Wilson's Valley is slated to start in a couple months.
Least of These is named Business of the Year by the organization, in partnership with the Finley River Community Foundation.
Artists Grace Huckfeldt and Laura Ingalsbe opened downtown venture Forming Art Studios; 417 Health Care LLC launched; and Hog Eye Antiques relocated with a new name.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, automotive, banking & finance, municipal, nonprofit, real estate and utilities.