Rachel Anderson is SBJ’s August guest for the 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
The restaurant operators are ordered to pay $27,500 to landlord.
Katie Heet succeeds Rob Gronniger as the school moves from Chesterfield Village.
The organization also honors the Schneider Family Foundation.
Check out the annual honorees ahead of an October awards luncheon.
Jim Anderson takes over as board chairman for company CEO Rob Fulp, who remains top executive and a board member.
Southwest Missouri Safety Co. buys Brittney Inc.
The Excel Center is one of three launching this fall.
Sun Solar again leads among Springfield-area businesses.
Biopharmaceutical company AbbVie pledged $100 million to Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Trump administration is moving to undo Obama-era restrictions on coal plants.
Microsoft is claiming victory over a group of Russian political hackers.
Health insurance plan provider Anthem and Walmart are launching an over-the-counter drug program.
United Kingdom's Merlin Entertainments unveiled plans for a 150-acre Legoland in Goshen, New York.
California Olive Ranch Inc. planted 2,200 acres of olive trees this year.
Delta Air Lines announced it has 1,000 flight attendant jobs available.
Kohl's posted sales that beat analysts' predictions for the second quarter.
Lab tests conducted by the Environmental Working Group detected glyphosate in popular cereals, including Cheerios, Lucky Charms and Quaker Old …
The Department of Housing and Urban Development filed a complaint against Facebook.
The efactory’s interim director is the Aug. 21 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s live interview series.
Nearly 400 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s annual Men of the Year awards luncheon.
Where Westway Shopping Center property stretches across 10 acres
The operators of FiTbyPhase LLC, SelectSitter and Easy Access Hunts LLC present Aug. 13 on Demo.
Visitors on Aug. 10 attend a ceremony for Elliott Lodging Ltd.’s new hotel.
Gov. Mike Parson speaks Aug. 1 at the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of the State event.
Jason Gage is sworn in Aug. 1 in the lobby of the Busch Municipal Building downtown. He is the 13th city manager in Springfield history. A public meet-and-greet with Gage and members of the …
In the first year, Goats and Yoga owners Stephanie and Eric Wubbena find Zen on the farm in Rogersville.
“It has created economic development on steroids.” — Springfield City Councilman Richard Ollis, on the benefits of greenway trails in Atlanta and northwest Arkansas
A $12 hourly rate would be reached by 2023, if Prop B passes in November.
Three months of immersion in a business accelerator program concluded Aug. 13.
Officials want to connect downtown and Wonders of Wildlife.
Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the owner and developer of Boomertown Lofts LLC.