A ceremony scheduled this month comes two years after Springfield receives $21 million in federal funding for the project.
Springfield’s first Take 5 Oil Change is nearing completion near the intersection of North Glenstone Avenue and East Kearney Street.
A Springfield-based nonprofit has launched a fundraising campaign for a multimillion-dollar sports complex in Rogersville.
A 140,000-square-foot Outdoor World is slated to open by early 2023.
Demolition at the former restaurant site has been ongoing for months.
Amy Allen becomes the first woman on the board in the Springfield company's 50-year history.
Environmentalists and construction professionals make up broad base of support for measure.
The glass for the southwest Missouri craft beer market appears to be far from full, as one new brewery has opened in Nixa and another established company announced plans for a second location next year.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2022 Day in the Life series, back after a two-year hiatus, gives you a glimpse into the world of four of our community’s leaders.
Branco Enterprises Inc.’s Sean Thouvenot has a soggy start to his workday.
Branco Enterprises is wrapping up construction in time for a ribbon-cutting ceremony next month.
Field Elementary is getting a three-for-one deal with an addition currently under construction adjacent to the school.
The Hollister water park resort project announced in summer 2020 by an Orlando, Florida-based development and hospitality group is still a go but will miss its originally projected 2023 opening, according to city officials.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Rochester, New York-based FGE Inc. is setting up shop in Strafford with the construction of a warehouse on East Evergreen Road.
Build My Future event is designed to recruit the next generation of workers.
The company plans to grow distribution statewide.
Springfield Contractors Association board President Mark Gambon: "While it is not bad to go to college, there is much that could, or rather should, be said about going to work and learning a trade."
Read the profiles of this year's honorees.