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Highway 65 trail overpass nets $3.5M in funding

Construction of Chadwick Flyer Trail overpass expected to begin in 2024.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, government, hospitality, media and technology.

Second career is a sweet change for former clothiers.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, media, nonprofit and tourism.

Springfield Business Journal counts down the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

A facility is slated to open inside Ozark Greenways Inc.'s mural building adjacent to the Frisco Highline Trail.

The Fox Theatre becomes the organization's primary venue.

John Bennett, 83, sets a new deadlift high-water mark for his age group.

With the 2023-24 Sculpture Walk Springfield collection officially revealed April 29, 31 pieces are scattered like Easter eggs throughout the city.

Springfield Aerial Fitness teaches the art of aerial silks and performs for events.

Saturday is the planned opening for 24/7 Golf Performance.

Brian Inman will run an Embassy Suites in Jonesboro for the Springfield-based company.

Some 48,000 people are expected to attend upcoming events.

From cedar soaking tubs and a coffee and wine bar to family bunk-style rooms and a natural creek-side play area, developers of The Ozarker Lodge are looking to bring a different experience to Branson tourists.

The business founded 12 years ago by Jeff Schrag transitions to Jeff and Lindsay Seifried.

St. Louis Cardinals sell the city’s Double-A affiliate to a holding company that owns 18 clubs.

The Branson attraction ranks No. 1 by USA Today readers.

The business founded 12 years ago by Jeff Schrag transitions to Jeff and Lindsay Seifried.

In preparing for this year’s Artsfest on historic Walnut Street, set for May 6-7, organizers are outfitted with a little more knowledge than they had going into previous events.

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