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SBJ interviews the Springfield officer leader for J.E. Dunn Construction Group Inc.

In SBJ's spring project report, 21 active construction jobs represent more than $289 million in investments and 1.35 million square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.

Mayor says there’s no procedure to reject or remand housing issue.

The Sunderland family has both personal and business roots in the community, nonprofit officials say.

Officials want to conclude fundraising phase this summer.

Paragon Architecture Project Manager Kirsten Whitehead says the Marshfield School District’s Early Childhood Center is on track to finish before next school year at its site behind Hubbell Elementary School.

The Dynamic Dozen awards recognize companies and individuals in the Ozarks.

Tuesday's election also brought new school board members to SPS.

The low bid was more than a half-million dollars under the engineer’s estimate for work on road and sidewalks. 

Moreno Group Commercial Realty and Building Systems Design Group are renovating the property to the tune of $900,000.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, construction & development, health care, law and nonprofit.

The latest portion of a yearslong revitalization effort in Branson for its high-profile West 76 Country Boulevard is back in motion after a pause since 2020.

Neighborhood group wants to permanently halt work on 16-acre green space.

Executive Editor Christine Temple outlines the nonprofit's newly announced capital campaign.

In 2018, the city of Springfield purchased and then combined three lots on West College Street to house a new fire station. 

The construction project will replace the company's existing operation in the city.

The nonprofit is buying buildings currently owned by Council of Churches of the Ozarks.

A late summer 2022 opening is targeted at Kansas Expressway and Interstate 44.

Residents worry development will change the nature of their neighborhood.

The girders may be gray, but this speculative building by James Tillman and Michael Tillman is actually quite green, having been purchased from Corwin Dodge.

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