The Springfield Sports Commission announces the NXTPRO Hoops Series will play at local venues in 2024.
An Old Time Christmas earns its sixth win in the annual contest.
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Throughout November and December, An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City lights up the Ozarks.
Bass Pro-sponsored event spurs $500K annually, officials say.
Howler Co., an outdoor gear retailer with mountain biking roots, opened; Table Rock Community Bank launched its newest branch; and Horton Electric Service was acquired.
Matt Rush, formerly of the MSU Bears and Queen City Insane Asylum, is one of 18 players planned on the roster.
Dennis McDonald has led the university's athletics department since 2015.
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Springfield Sports Commission Executive Director Lance Kettering: "Promoting a city or region as a destination for sports requires commitment, consistency and intentional marketing. By investing in these areas and building upon relationships in the sports industry, Springfield can be most successful in being a top destination for sports."
During the Celebration of Sharing, 53 nonprofits receive over $1 million in funding raised at the summer golf tournament.
Band officials say industry shifts prompted the decision on its A&M Records contract.
Fitness business maxes out first two gyms and adds a third to keep pace with its 3,000 members.
Fishing retail shop Modern Outdoor Tackle moved; Healthy Spot LLC opened; and Springfield law firm Strong, Garner & Bauer PC changed names and moved its office.
Scrivener Oil Co. Inc. operates the new concept inside one of its Signal convenience stores.
SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, conservation, education, health care, hospitality and tourism.
This year, for the 38th season, the Springfield Ballet Inc. will perform “The Nutcracker” on the proscenium stage of the Landers Theatre, with six performances set Dec. 15-18.
Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.