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Former U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt is Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Lifetime Achievement in Business honoree.
With Vicki Pratt gone, the chamber utilizes existing partnership with CU to bring the utility's Dean Thompson on board, official says.
The Growth and Development Advisory Council has been under Councilmember Craig Hosmer’s scrutiny since he learned about it a year ago.
Immigration could be the answer to some of the area’s workforce problems.
Construction of Chadwick Flyer Trail overpass expected to begin in 2024.
Two free multiday training sessions are planned.
Springfield Business Journal counts down the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.
Reporter Karen Craigo brings you government and development coverage and analysis.
After nearly 25 years, an organization focused on the economic growth of southwest Missouri is revisiting how best to promote regionalism among the 10 counties in its purview.
A council member stresses savings by negotiating quickly on Hotel of Terror purchase.
Private-sector projects focusing on semiconductors will be considered.
The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge is earmarked for funding, as are OTC and MSU.
Most of its statewide peers have increases, as well.
SBJ interviews the Efactory's new director of community engagement and operations.
The general aviation terminal is slated to nearly double in size.
Momentum State of the Workforce panelists note local programs aid search for workers.
Successors are being sought for Sandy Howard and Jennifer McClure.
Bryan Properties is wrapping up work on the first 60 of 240 planned units at River Ranch development.
TIF phase is given the nod a decade after it was first introduced.
Two days after this month’s election decided the mayor and three council seats, members of Springfield City Council took in a ballgame at Hammons Field.
The iTooth Family Dentistry facility under development in south Springfield is centered on patient care.