The Green family behind Hobby Lobby and Mardel presents a $10 million gift to the Springfield university.
The new facility is near the health care system’s recently opened medical center.
Renovations at Cedarbrook Estates, with the addition of a community clubhouse, are part of a multiphased, six-site project to refurbish 297 low-income, single-family units in Springfield at a cost of $43 million.
Former Springfield City Council member Dan Chiles encourages leaders to embrace city’s central position for clean energy.
University officials cite supply chain issues for several months’ delay.
First reading of budget brings concerns from council regarding Police and Building Development staffing.
Groundbreaking is planned next year with a targeted 2026 completion.
The second location for 4 by 4 Brewing Co. is taking shape adjacent to Fremont Hills Country Club.
He discusses workforce and supply chain shortages, while also pointing to the future of the city's economic development work.
SRC and the Gentry family provide contributions toward the school's manufacturing center.
Under the direction of Dan Smith, Springfield Public Works handles eight areas: transportation management, traffic engineering, street operations, public grounds, general services, transportation engineering, stormwater engineering and construction inspection.
The Penleigh-Branson Row replaces former hotel near 76 Country Blvd.
Officials expect to spur more investment for $25 million renovation and expansion plan.
A building to house indoor playing fields is being developed at the Betty & Bobby Allison Sports Town in northwest Springfield adjacent to Deer Lake Golf Course.
The company is making progress toward an anticipated Aug. 10 opening at the intersection of National Avenue and Elm Street, on the edge of the Missouri State University campus.
The main hospital in Bolivar is slated to undergo several upgrades, mostly funded by federal loans.
The new South Campbell Avenue eatery replaces a nearby shop on East Republic Road.
A baked goods vendor at Farmers Market of the Ozarks expanded to a brick-and-mortar operation; the first lending center for Old Missouri Bank opened; and London Calling Pasty Co. added a new food truck.