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Open for Business: Rebar Kitchen & Taproom

A pair of food industry veterans teamed up to open Rebar Kitchen & Taproom; May 2 marked the grand opening for the new headquarters of 27North Inc.; and the first brick-and-mortar shop for Springfield Trading Co. launched.

Immersive Disney Animation is slated to be held at 3300 N. Gretna Road until at least January.

WinTech buys Pocahontas Aluminum Co., adding 87 employees to its workforce.

Over $140,000 in funding comes via Missouri’s Nursing Education Incentive Program.

The $50,000 in funding is designed to help organizations create strategies for younger donors.

An updated Lawrence County Health Department facility is under construction in a new development area on the south side of Mount Vernon, according to project officials.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

Net income during the company's fiscal third quarter grew 6.8% to $87.1 million.

Changes were made to the project after the initial design was rejected.

The owners of a Springfield catering business launched a new venture; indoor golfing venue franchise X-Golf Springfield swung into the Queen City; and CoxHealth Branson Hills opened.

The clothing retailer has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

The Branson attraction is voted as the No. 1 theme park in the United States.

The architecture firm submits new proposal after city of Ozark's governing board voted against initial design.

A ribbon-cutting event marks the ceremonial opening of the 251 Champagne Blvd. facility.

The manufacturer reports a 41% drop in first-quarter profits.

CFO partners with Coover Charitable Foundation and Commerce Trust to award funding to 14 organizations statewide.

A safe room and classroom addition at Willard Central Elementary School will be used by the music, arts and athletic programs for a district that had 4,536 students last year, according to Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education figures, but school officials say enrollment is projected to grow.

After discovering a niche for vintage typewriters, Laura Prather quickly grew a home-based typewriter sale and service business.

Evergreen Hair House opened; the Ozark Chamber of Commerce moved to a new home; and Dirk’s Tavern LLC got its start on C-Street.

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