Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking and finance, energy, law, manufacturing and nonprofit.
Derek Poe of AmeriGas Partners succeeds the Missouri Propane Safety Commission's retiring leader.
Funding and timeline for $2.75M project is undetermined, officials say.
The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.
A 2,025-panel solar array is intended to reduce costs and provide a lab for students.
It's the third in a series of four increases approved by City Council.
Former Springfield City Council member Dan Chiles encourages leaders to embrace city’s central position for clean energy.
Measure could pave the way for new transportation mode via smartphone apps.
Columnist Garrett Hawkins suggests a Biden administration proposal would adversely impact the economy and multiple industries.
Spencer Fane attorney Alec Martinez: "Unsurprisingly, determining the amount of compensation for property taken by eminent domain often leads to disputes between the landowner and condemning party."
Drury's John Kiernicki: "The business world is coming to the realization that eco-friendly practices are beneficial for operations."
SBJ interviews NewTek Energy's vice president of global development.
As several local solar energy companies are experiencing sunny skies in the marketplace, some industry officials forecast storm clouds on the horizon.
Companies and individuals are honored for SBJ’s Economic Impact Awards.
Under the direction of Dan Smith, Springfield Public Works handles eight areas: transportation management, traffic engineering, street operations, public grounds, general services, transportation engineering, stormwater engineering and construction inspection.
The Plant Room nearly doubles its footprint months after brick-and-mortar shop launch.
Solar company owner seeks at least $4M in damages from bank, former employee.
A baked goods vendor at Farmers Market of the Ozarks expanded to a brick-and-mortar operation; the first lending center for Old Missouri Bank opened; and London Calling Pasty Co. added a new food truck.