It took a pandemic for many people to realize a natural health wonder right under their noses: elderberries.
Residents worry development will change the nature of their neighborhood.
Route 66 tourist cabins are given new life at Rockwood Motor Court.
The girders may be gray, but this speculative building by James Tillman and Michael Tillman is actually quite green, having been purchased from Corwin Dodge.
The projects involve a development group and investor consortium.
Arrow Senior Living's announcement means on-site services at The Fremont Senior Living and two other properties.
Secured projects in past two years bring capital investments of $319.4 million.
The construction project is slated to replace an existing location.
The project is back on track, says Randall Whitman, manager for the 20-year initiative, at a council workshop.
Some residents fear the close-set houses will change the character of their neighborhood.
Nixa, Ozark and Greene County are among government entities that want to conduct a feasibility study for faster internet speeds.
This addition by Select Brands is the sixth the company has made to its original building, the last occurring in 2015.
School officials say the $32 million proposal on the April 5 election ballot won’t raise taxes and will keep the district’s debt service property tax levy at 94 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.
The municipality calls on companies to fill out a request for qualifications for upcoming projects.
New owners add miniature golf and other features to the attraction.
Margaret Clark has approached City Council at its last two meetings about the issue.
A career pivot for a former human resources professional resulted in Bosky’s Vegan Grill; Neverending Game Store LLC made its second move in as many years; and Mercy Springfield Communities added a second Queen City clinic focused on sports rehabilitation and performance improvement.