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Silver Dollar City officials announced the second generation of the park’s Fire in the Hole roller coaster will be open to visitors in 2024.

With 10 spaces already under lease by Springfield artists – and an 11th agreement in the works – the New Moon Studio Space is set to open Sept. 1 in the former headquarters of a local nonprofit.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

The eight-figure donation will go toward a new "front porch" to campus, officials say.

Roughly $1.5 million in upgrades are planned for the team’s original home field.

City spokesperson says attendance is in line with 2022 and 2019 events.

The climate-controlled indoor roller coaster is the first attraction from the theme park’s 10-year master plan.

His show ran for more than three decades.

The Bradford Hotel is taking the place of Arbor Suites Medical Mile.

Official says the airport is seeking “to extend relief."

Cassidy Station in Nixa launches its next phase.

The Super Bowl LVII Lombardi Trophy also is slated to be at the event that starts Friday.

Lakeside Shoppes at Branson Landing changes hands in deal with Louisiana real estate investor, says broker Marcus & Millichap.

A local match of nearly $14 million would complement ARPA funds approved for the $27 million project.

RetroZone Marshfield holds grand reopening on Aug. 5.

SBJ's 2023 Economic Growth Series documents the fifth year of survey data collected from area business leaders in an effort to provide valuable insights that might better guide local business decision-making.

A longtime employee in health care made a professional pivot with the opening of The Sugar Shots Bakery; Springfield resident Sean Saunders launched 24/7 Golf Performance; and the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce relocated its office.

Caleb Scott of the Queen City Insane Asylum is selected for the job.

Officials say the $25 million arena that’s nearing completion at the fairgrounds helped secure the event.

The interactive piece, called "Ernest and Ruth," is located on the Hatch Foundation Lawn.

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