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New clinic is 14th for Bolivar-based health care system.

This drive-thru coffee shop is the third Scooter’s Coffee franchise in the Springfield area.

Building permit under review for site next to Andy's.

The 123-room Element by Westin is slated for completion by early 2023.

Crews break ground on American Momin Park, site of Springfield mosque and Islamic cemetery.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertising, architecture, banking & finance, communications, government and law.

New towers are part of Illinois company’s $170M work in state.

Two earn lifetime praise at Salute to Design and Construction Awards.

Republic’s explosion of jobs from its Amazon fulfillment center and other developments means more mouths to feed, and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen will soon be the newest offering.

The company simultaneously launches a food drive to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest.

Ten people are slated to be recognized for their achievements at a luncheon next month.

14 Mill Market is slated for fall 2022 launch.

Construction is about 40% complete on a combination gymnasium and high-wind shelter.

The school district is honored during Salute to Design and Construction Awards Banquet.

The community west of Springfield will conduct wastewater and collection system improvements.

The city seeks to recoup its $2 million investment in the recreation project.

The Waldinger Corp. buys the 70-year-old Springfield business.

Calvary Christian Assembly of God is expanding its footprint to keep pace with its congregants.

Nonprofit plans to launch capital campaign in 2022 for operations center.

The city intends to start construction on the projects in fall 2022.

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