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The partnership with Mission University allows students of the Springfield school to study engineering through Drury.

The Sisters LLC is moving forward with plans for a restaurant in the shadow of a historic mill and silo at Chestnut Expressway and National Avenue. 

Changes were made to the project after the initial design was rejected.

Officials expect the 397 E. Central St. library to be offline for around 10 months.

Bapa Network is adding to its Dunkin’ lineup with a new shop in northwest Springfield, just east of the intersection of Chestnut Expressway and West Bypass.

Architecture firm earns nod among five finalists.

A new 330,000-square-foot building is in the works, CEO Pavel Bosovik tells SBJ. 

The company's subsidiary in Lexington has purchased a new building.

The architecture firm submits new proposal after city of Ozark's governing board voted against initial design.

The architecture firm gets the nod among five finalists.

A ribbon-cutting event marks the ceremonial opening of the 251 Champagne Blvd. facility.

The submission by Branco came after the city pushed back the deadline for bids twice.

The Caribbean is inspiration for the eatery, which anchors mixed-use development The Creek in south Springfield.

A safe room and classroom addition at Willard Central Elementary School will be used by the music, arts and athletic programs for a district that had 4,536 students last year, according to Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education figures, but school officials say enrollment is projected to grow.

The Baptist Bible Fellowship International is wrapping up a 30-acre development on the west side.

The commercial area northeast of the Sunshine Street and Kansas Expressway intersection once again has a Pizza Hut restaurant in operation.

Missouri State University’s science building, built in 1971 and formerly called Temple Hall, is being reconstructed and updated.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, engineering, health care, law and real estate.

The Well Aquatic Center would front Sports Town along Chestnut Expressway.

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