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Upper-midscale hotel rooms are needed in both Webster County cities, according to report completed for Webster County Commission.

Recently released state data show the seven-county Ozark Region has 9.2% of the state's workforce, while presenting a mixed bag in educational attainment.

Pamela Yancey of Arvest Bank is slated to become the chamber's CEO next month.

College’s airframe and powerplant program plans 2025 debut.

The university is named a Designated University Center by U.S. Economic Development Administration.

Organizers say an interstitial report paves the way for 20th anniversary study in 2024.

It took a few years longer than originally planned, but the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Community Leadership Visit made a return journey earlier this month to the Sooner State.

Ecological improvements to Lake Springfield and development of recreational, cultural and natural amenities surrounding it are highlights of a proposed $1 billion master plan unveiled to the public this month.

The Springfield nonprofit arts and culture community tallied direct economic activity of $89.2 million in 2022.

SPX Cooling Tech intends to create more than 60 jobs in the city.

Sen. Karla Eslinger is among 17 state officials selected for the newly formed advisory group.

The Springfield Business Expo is returning later this month for the first time in six years – and with a new organizer at the helm. Springfield Business Journal is behind this year’s …

The new branch, the bank’s fifth, is going up in Branson West.

Restore SGF is accepting applications on a rolling basis through Dec. 1 for the Block Challenge Grant Program, which encourages groups of neighbors to work together on exterior home improvements.

City seeks private developers to transform 1,000 acres including lake and decommissioned power plant.

The document serves as an appraisal of facility needs to accommodate growth, officials say.

Options for the redevelopment plan, with a focus on nature, recreation and economic development, will be unveiled.

The 17,250-square-foot building will extend a south campus to meet a growing population, officials say.

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