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Russell Cellular clinches fastest-growing company title

Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.

Three stores will not reopen following COVID-19 closures.

Company officials cite "repeated threats" after potential COVID-19 exposure.

Mayor Ken McClure confirms rumors, with officials to consider agreements next week.

The Dallas, Texas, retailer files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Salon Knot overcomes tornado in 2019 and COVID-19 closure this year.

But brokers and developers say it's just a lot of looking right now with limited supply.

The issue reappears on ballot two years after defeated by voters.

Officials say two employees had 140 clients earlier this month.

The company is wrapping up $140 million in area investments.

Three more phases, currently scheduled through July 23, are outlined.

Residents will decide June 2 on the measure calling for a levy on internet purchases.

A liquidation sale is planned, according to company officials.

The company ranks at No. 314 on the list of the largest U.S. companies.

Northwest of the Glenstone Avenue and James River Freeway interchange, Kum & Go is replacing a convenience store in the continued rollout of its Marketplace concept in the Springfield area.

Classic Rock Coffee franchisees Ashley and Brent McGuire brought a new brew to downtown Springfield; City Music of Springfield LLC started; and The Bonsai Guy opened.

A new store follows The Cattle Baron’s 2019 debut in Ava.

Its parent company seeks a corporate buyout while working through bankruptcy proceedings.

Martin Truex Jr. will drive the race car branded with the outdoor retailer's logo.

It's the second COVID-19 disclosure in less than a week.

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