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Mod On Trend opened in Battlefield Mall; a Springfield drink shop had an ownership change; and Medical spa Hydration Sensation Wellness & Beauty LLC debuted downtown.

Officials say raising prices is part of current business climate.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples five beverages.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

A local Subway franchisee pens a multiunit deal with the Wichita, Kansas, chicken restaurant chain.

Business owners plan to focus on their restaurants, says co-owner Mike Jalili.

The Kebab Shack opened; Hitch Goods launched; and The War Zone Springfield moved.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three red wines he says are more affordable as the industry moves toward springtime beverages.

Fast-food chain Wendy’s came under fire in February when media reported surge pricing would be introduced at the company’s restaurants.

The multiyear deal includes custard sold at Kauffman Stadium and charitable donations.

The company's Springfield location remains open for business.

Hidden Grounds Coffee House opened at The Fairbanks; Citizens Memorial Hospital launched a new clinic; and Springfield entrepreneur Mark Burgess brought a retro entertainment concept to town.

The franchisee of 2415 N. Glenstone Ave. store says March 28 soft opening is planned, with a grand opening the next day.

Rebar Kitchen & Taproom will be near Battlefield Road and Campbell Avenue intersection.

Location of drive-thru coffee shop at Sunshine and Jefferson site was subject of neighborhood debate.

The Wheelhouse, a Mexican-Thai fusion restaurant, changed ownership; Ozark-based Clear Creek Golf Car and Vehicles LLC acquired local competitor Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles; and marijuana company The Farmer’s Wife changed hands.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples five selections made from the grape.

Illinois native Chris Turbov brings a taste of Chicago to a 7-foot-wide storefront downtown.

A pair of Republic natives opened Miss Boston’s Cocktail Lounge LLC; a mother and son launched DIY Marketing Strategies for Small Business; and Classics Pizza Co. opened.

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