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Council approves a zoning change but nixes permit for the coffee shop.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

The multimillion-dollar trail system around Fellows Lake officially opens for business, effective July 30.

Council approves zoning change but votes down conditional use permit for drive-thru operation in Seminole/Holland neighborhood. 

Owners seek local transportation development district for Southern Hills.

Trio of capital improvement projects are tied to passage of Aug. 2 ballot issues.

A building dedicated to health, physical education and recreation is under construction in the Strafford R-VI School District.

SBJ interviews the city of Springfield's director of planning and development.

A team of framers could be seen in early July on West Republic Road near Kansas Expressway, assembling the skeleton of a Break Time gas station.

Developer’s second proposal to council mostly unchanged.

New project at McCauley Park is set to begin this fall.

The student housing is scheduled to open with full occupancy in the fall semester.

The Kitchen site is located near a Walmart Neighborhood Market in west Springfield.

Speculative buildings are quickly snapped up, developers say.

Program introduces potential hires to construction industry.

Transportation development district would fund $2.9 million in street and sidewalk projects. 

Phase I is coming soon as part of 10- to 20-year plan.

The Reserve at Town and County is a passion project from the clothing store's owner.

The project across from Sunshine Elementary School was denied twice by Planning & Zoning. 

Local firms submitted 25 projects being developed in our community and around the country showcasing their expertise.

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