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The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.

Rep. Billy Long lays out the economic impact of outdoor recreation.

Caleb Arthur doesn’t want to juggle his fast-growing firm and a possible post in Jefferson City.

Self-described conservative businessman touts NRA membership and pro-life stance.

The building houses the hotel development company and three law firms.

Legislation seeks to loosen restrictions that would allow for construction of a new bridge in Ozark.

The legislation seeks to loosen restrictions that would allow for construction of a new bridge in Ozark.

The company's new solar installation delivers 40 percent more output compared with solar panels.

The Springfield investment firm’s solar unit buys the rights to the project.

The hotel near Mercy Hospital Springfield gains the status three years after opening. 

The index grows 1.4 percent in May to 229.71.

The $4.5 million Shine Solar opens its second office after starting early last year in northwest Arkansas.

SBJ: What has been key to your recent growth? Caleb Arthur: We’ve been able to set a vision for Sun Solar and recruit and empower our employees to follow that vision along. Our other main …

Springfield Business Journal unveiled the 12 fastest-growing companies and presented awards in six other categories.

Luke Arthur, the brother of Sun Solar’s CEO, forms Simple Solar LLC.

With telecommunications market saturation, NorthStar Battery diversifies in energy storage.

The companies are jointly building an energy storage system to supplement renewables in southwest Springfield.

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