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Attorney Adam Holmes says the effects of these changes will be to direct opportunity zone investments into areas that have a greater need for an influx of capital.

Downtown Springfield Association's Rusty Worley: "It is only through synchronizing the thoughts and aspirations of as many of our neighbors as possible that we can chart a course to a shared destination on the horizon."

Springfield chamber's Vicki Pratt says many eco devo professionals are incentivizing investments that enhance productivity and efficiency.

SBJ interviews the city of Springfield's director of planning and development.

Chiseling away at a wealth gap that has kept capital out of the hands of minority-owned businesses is the goal of a new Downtown Springfield Association grant program.

Andrea Sitzes is slated to serve five years as an officer for the statewide organization.

Speculative buildings are quickly snapped up, developers say.

Phase I is coming soon as part of 10- to 20-year plan.

Launch will begin offering career-focused courses for students.

Lippert plans to add 90 employees in the Queen City at a newly constructed property.

Supercharge Southwest Missouri is named the most innovative program at business incubator conference.

Springfield City Council will weigh committee suggestions before a July 25 vote.

 A resource center started last year by a Springfield-based nonprofit in a former hospital is bringing a new kind of care to the Monett community. 

Even with budget slashes, Mayor Ken McClure points to multiple wins.

The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

All eight Missouri MSAs record increases in May, according to latest data.

The Downtown Springfield Association hosts a ceremony with Ascend partners.

Robert Randolph discusses the manufacturing center ahead of its scheduled August opening.

Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic’s arrival in the Ozarks, local nonprofits that fight hunger are in other battles to keep up with the challenges of rising inflation, ongoing supply chain issues and increased demand for services.

The figure has been gradually decreasing this year.

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