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Drew Lewis Foundation seeks to build 12 houses by end of next year.

The location in front of Glenstone Marketplace and north of Target is scheduled to open this summer.

The funding is part of nearly $1 billion awarded nationwide.

Owner says negotiations continue, but he and the city remain far apart on terms. 

The university's foundation plans a new building on campus.

The Associated General Contractors of Missouri and the state’s highway department commit to developing an innovative transportation system in the state.

The university's board this week is voting on a bid for the work.

A combined home for the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office and jail is coming to fruition in Mount Vernon.

For some in business, there’s nothing quite like sealing the deal or inking the contract – yet for the creators and hosts of new local business podcasts, life is about something more.

Funding for the environmental examination was included in the governor's budget approved last summer.

Goals of the $16.5 million project are rehabilitation of historic features as well as accessibility and energy-saving improvements. 

Arguments are scheduled to be heard by Judge Derek Ankrom on Feb. 14.

The nonprofit is amid a $12 million capital campaign for the project along the Grant Avenue Parkway.

A new facility for Robinson Fence Co. will house most of the company’s operations.

City is peppered with residential, industrial and governmental projects.

Bryan Properties' 1100 E. Battlefield Road hotel welcomes guests after a property demolition and new construction at the site.

The section from Republic Road south to Weaver becomes available to drivers this evening.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

SBJ interviews the owner of Thessing Commercial Properties LLC.

Republic city officials say it’s an active time for municipal projects – particularly with the Parks and Recreation Department on the verge of ending one development this year with two more in various stages of progress.

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