The federal legislator also discussed national issues while in Springfield.
They range in industry from health care to automotive and education to IT.
The owner of tattoo and piercing studio Ink Ink LLC added a second Commercial Street business; Blue Iguana Car Wash bolstered its roster of shops; and Mount Vernon-based KeenBean Coffee Roasters expanded.
Officials expect new $12M facility will train more students for workforce.
A competitor of O'Reilly Automotive, the company's new store is located off Battlefield and National.
A Galloway Village coffee shop changed hands for the second time in as many years; Jiapeng Lu and Yuming Han opened Corner 21 Chinese Cuisine; and John and India Visser became first-time business owners with the opening of Hero Ride Shop.
This speculative warehouse at the Southwest Missouri Rail and Business Park near Interstate 44 and State Highway 125 is designed with 32-foot ceilings and 18 dock doors.
An uptick in online buying necessitates an expansion to the Springfield airport’s cargo ramp.
The company is now offering its vehicle delivery service more quickly in the area.
Public Works and Environmental Services receive top marks from American Public Works Association.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, automotive, banking & finance, education, law, nonprofit, real estate and technology.
Michael Dismer engaged in a $4 million fraud scheme, prosecutors say.
The company has three more Queen City sites in development.
City Utilities of Springfield presents annual budget.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.