The Social Birdy combines a restaurant with sports, such as golf and pickleball.
The state issues funds to help the southwest Missouri city evaluate its wastewater system.
Two child care businesses will be housed in a new building being erected on a vacant site in southwest Springfield.
A Texas company is looking to build a mammoth gas station in northeast Springfield at the intersection of Interstate 44 and Mulroy Road, across the interstate to the north from TLG Peterbilt’s local operation.
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The company plans a spring opening at the corner of Sunshine Street and National Avenue.
The company pledges to hire more than 175 people for the shop with 100 pumps and a jerky counter.
H Design Group statement indicates filing was made to protect investment amid court proceedings.
Aetos is the Greek word for eagle, which, in its plural form, is the mascot of Nixa Public Schools.
Volunteers from nonprofit Generations Village have been working to hone a dream of a better future for populations that face serious challenges: foster children, foster families and older adults.
The Springfield-based frozen custard chain is taking the place of the shuttered National Art Shop.
Nancy Edson is Esterly Schneider & Associates' business manager.
A new shopping center is under construction at the site of the former Ozark Fire Station II.
Wisper ISP can serve more than 13,000 households with the installations.
After four years of inactivity, infill work has begun in downtown Springfield for what will become a new entry in Marriott International Inc.’s (Nasdaq: MAR) Moxy Hotels brand.
Updates set for Glenstone and Kansas Expressway.
Students at Hillcrest High School will have new classrooms and enhanced fire safety and security when the building’s update is completed.
The Nov. 8 passage of Amendment 3, for which supporters asked Missouri voters to approve recreational weed, is likely to open the floodgates for both increased sales and workforces within the burgeoning marijuana industry, officials say.