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Kum & Go to close central Springfield store

A spokeswoman cites plans to invest elsewhere in the Queen City.

Jamie Tillman discusses her plans after being denied medical marijuana dispensary licenses.

After changing its name at the start of the year to reflect expanded services, Loehr Health Center relocated; video gaming center Contender eSports Springfield LLC launched; and the 3-month-old Cowboy Boutique LLC rebranded as Prickly Cactus Coffee and Boutique LLC.

Company projects it could hit $11B by year’s end.

Businessman Titus Williams partners with his mother and an executive from his Prosperiti Partners firm.

Dry Goods signs on for 4,000 square feet.

Parks play a large role in our quality of life, from creating memories to generating more than $15 million in annual visitor spending. Diana Tyndall, marketing & sponsorship coordinator with the …

Out of the third bay of his Ozark garage, John Seawright is realizing a 30-year-old dream.

Five Springfield-area small businesses produce items ranging from graphic T-Shirts to spicy salsa, but all of these concepts are all driven by entrepreneurial passion.

Coffee with a purpose. That’s the goal behind Victory Mission & Ministry’s social enterprise, dubbed For Victory.

BLUE Culture Flock has come a long way in nearly seven years. Co-owners and life partners Brittany Bilyeu and Summer Trottier began their screen-printing business in what was essentially a storage …

The company sells its salsa in 130 stores.

Butcher shop quietly does $1 million in meat sales a year.

Yoselin’s Mexican Cuisine & More LLC changed its ownership and name; Kokoro Training Academy moved downtown; and Magnolia’s Market & Boutique LLC relocated in Ozark.

In the wake of the Kansas City Chiefs’ first Super Bowl victory in 50 years, sporting goods retailers are seeking to win the business of fans chasing commemorative merchandise.

Local mall officials sign an international retailer amid shrinking brick and mortar retail.

City officials have begun the process for a new comprehensive plan dubbed Forward SGF.

New boutique to open upstairs from children’s clothing store.

The state has determined the lineup for Missouri’s medical marijuana industry, and some entrepreneurs denied access to the billion-dollar market are appealing those decisions.

Robert Sands exits Queen City Soda & Sweets after co-founding the business in December.

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