The comprehensive plan that will take Springfield through the year 2040 is no longer just a theory. Forward SGF is a fact, following City Council action on Nov. 14.
The 38th installment of the annual Salute to Design and Construction Awards Banquet offered a chance for professionals to be recognized for standout projects and career distinctions.
In the race to open the $40 million, 120,000-square-foot Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing, faculty and staff from all over Ozarks Technical Community College pitched in.
Cassidy Station in Ozark launches with a mercantile next month, followed by additional amenities in 2023.
A new house for the Missouri State University chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity is expected to be ready for the next academic year.
Meeting includes bills to blight Grant Avenue area and revisit 7 Brew permit.
The north Springfield property is slated to be repurposed, officials say.
The 9,000-square-foot facility replaces the company’s existing Christian County location.
The existing home for the Reeds Spring School District’s Early Childhood Program was built in the 1960s, but district officials say they have outgrown it.
BK&M LLC, the development group seeking to rezone the northwest corner of Sunshine Street and National Avenue, unveiled architectural renderings of its mixed-use concept at an event it hosted Nov. 7 at DoubleTree by Hilton.
Officials are booking events into 2025 at Springfield development.
The project originally was expected to cost $15 million, but materials prices grew, according to an official.
Gerber Collision & Glass, currently operating at 1910 E. St. Louis St., is constructing new digs on the south side of town, near the intersection of Kansas Expressway and James River Freeway.
Jimmy Liles says cuts to the Parks and Police departments may be on the way.
Ozark School District’s early childhood center team nets annual Design Team of the Year award.
Three other local tax issues also are decided on Election Day.
Over 70% of citywide voters said no to a mixed-use development adjacent to Sequiota Park.
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.