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The new base hourly pay will be $12.

Reflecting on 2022, the SBJ newsroom compiles the top 10 stories that impacted regional business.

Next session aimed at startups is set for January.

The networking and mentoring initiative for women in business was founded in 2016.

Owners plan early January start for Yolo Rolled Ice Cream on Highway 76 Strip.

New venture replaces Life360’s coffee shop.

Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.

Bakery, cafe and espresso bar Blue Heron debuted on C-Street; Christy Stilfield launched 417 Beautiful You LLC, her first brick-and-mortar studio; and food truck Elorine’s Jamaican Kitchen LLC relocated its home base.

Heirloom Candle Bar shares space with Fleur Floral Studio.

The commission approved $825,794 for 69 small businesses.

Entertainment venue Ozarks Event Center launched; the first Missouri franchise for Virginia Beach, Virginia-based mobile pet grooming company Zoomin Groomin opened in Springfield; and RBW Agricultural LLC launched a brick-and-mortar store.

Pamela Hernandez takes over for Stephanie Staggs, who exited in August.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

SBJ interviews the soon-to-be new owner of Essential Yoga Studio.

The Flea owners say everyone’s welcome at their neighborhood bar, now celebrating 10 years in business.

For the first time in three years, the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s Community Leadership Visit hit the road.

Zvia Schoenberg takes over the leadership post.

Lisa Gee lied about a prior felony on loan applications.

The governing body is scheduled to pick the discussion back up on Nov. 14.

The U.S. Bank Foundation contributes $30,000 to the Efactory and Missouri SBDC to start the initiative.

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