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$245K pledged for Branson housing project

A nonprofit is securing donations via $35,000 sponsorships of tiny homes.

Construction is underway southwest of Springfield for a distribution center and warehouse.

A company involved has developed build-to-suit projects for Amazon.

City officials confirm Wire Road Brewing owners plan to build facility.

Council also sets up a November vote regarding a redevelopment plan near a so-called pocket neighborhood on East Cherry Street.

An upstart organization is giving urban spaces splashes of life to show what's possible.

The health and hospice company is moving to the James River Towne Center in south Springfield.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based restaurant chain Raising Cane’s is adding to the busy intersection of Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue, near the Bass Pro Shops campus.

Developers are seeking funds to rehabilitate affordable housing.

Curtis Marshall also points to upcoming expansions at the Rountree business.

On Greene County property between Springfield and Willard, Dollar General Corp. (NYSE: DG) is adding its 15th store in the Queen City and 23rd in the county.

A veteran chamber executive brings membership management experience to the post.

Bulk of exterior work is projected to be completed by summer 2021.

The chicken finger fast-food restaurant is slated to employ around 70.

The 56,700-square-foot Enterprise Center will house the Breech School of Business Administration.

Officials seek a company to serve as “construction manager at risk."

Officials discuss the survey results.

On 25 acres at the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 65 and Cherry Street, an apartment complex is underway with a unique target market: dog lovers.

Former chamber executive Dori Grinder takes on the top role.

Aquarium at the Boardwalk brings its vision to life along the 76 Strip.

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