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Untangled Web: Pizza Hut makes way for Pizza Hut at major intersection

The commercial area northeast of the Sunshine Street and Kansas Expressway intersection once again has a Pizza Hut restaurant in operation.

Missouri State University’s science building, built in 1971 and formerly called Temple Hall, is being reconstructed and updated.

The Well Aquatic Center would front Sports Town along Chestnut Expressway.

Alair Springfield is first Missouri franchise for Canada-based company.

Branson Hills facility consolidates existing services in the market.

New facility will be Humansville-based marijuana company’s 7th store.

Officials say a third addendum addresses questions about the project, which now has an April 30 deadline for contractor bids.

Debbie Shantz Hart says Nordic Landing is wrapping up along the Grant Avenue Parkway corridor.

Project architect teases Well Aquatic Center development in northwest Springfield.

Jim Spears started the company in 1970.

Connected to Watkins Elementary School is a new storm shelter now under construction.

Plan set to transform 7.5 acres in north Springfield.

Iron at the Crossroads seeks businesses to rent shipping containers.

SBJ interviews the CEO of Creative Modular Construction LLC.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses homebuilding with local executives.

Construction professionals are transforming the landscape – here’s a glimpse of their work in progress.

City officials and engineering consultants outline $32M project costs and schedule at community meeting.

The Clifton M. Smart III Advancement Center is expected to be completed in summer 2026.

Co-owner says the location is targeted for opening by year's end.

Some $16.5 million worth of listings meet SBJ's criteria for March.

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