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Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, education, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.

Utility officials are always on guard against threats to grid.

The funding goes toward the city's Green for Greene training program.

Emerging visions would include surrounding communities and faster routes. 

APC Solar is working on a 1.7-megawatt system for the Oklahoma resort.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses the concept of quality of place with local execs.

Reflecting on 2022, the SBJ newsroom compiles the top 10 stories that impacted regional business.

The Springfield Expo Center is among buildings being used to serve residents in need.

The funding goes toward the Green for Greene environmental job training program.

The thing about a growing population is that each new resident brings a person’s worth of waste – about 1,788 pounds per year for the average American, according to 2018 figures from the Environmental Protection Agency.

It's the only southwest Missouri business named in report of most responsible U.S. companies.

About 85 feet beneath the surface at Springfield Underground, Bluebird Underground LLC’s data center is the engine that helps power 5G mobile networks, digital medical services, the internet and cloud computing.

Grant sought for $3.7 million planned Highway 65 overpass.

A new livestock handling facility is designed to offer more public education and research opportunities.

The comprehensive plan that will take Springfield through the year 2040 is no longer just a theory. Forward SGF is a fact, following City Council action on Nov. 14.

Cassidy Station in Ozark launches with a mercantile next month, followed by additional amenities in 2023.

On the other side of the planet from Springfield, heads of state and other representatives throughout the world have gathered to craft further strategies to address global climate change.

Amanda Belle’s Farm is slated to gain a vegetable packing station and propagation house.

Entertainment venue Ozarks Event Center launched; the first Missouri franchise for Virginia Beach, Virginia-based mobile pet grooming company Zoomin Groomin opened in Springfield; and RBW Agricultural LLC launched a brick-and-mortar store.

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