Two Springfield restaurant icons are involved in a relocation planned by early fall.
The company is making progress toward an anticipated Aug. 10 opening at the intersection of National Avenue and Elm Street, on the edge of the Missouri State University campus.
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The main hospital in Bolivar is slated to undergo several upgrades, mostly funded by federal loans.
The new South Campbell Avenue eatery replaces a nearby shop on East Republic Road.
A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for the 5,100-square-foot facility.
The top 12 organizations, a judges’ choice and six individuals are honored during the annual event.
Residents of Township 28 in Galloway Village can check out the vehicle.
The project involves repurposing the decommissioned James River Power Station.
A warehouse addition is under consideration, as are new products, says President Luke Kuschmeader.
Christian Action Ministries is using a former arcade and laser tag property for food storage.
The restaurant is slated to close at that space later this month.
Heavily traveled road that serves Springfield Underground would be improved through federal grant.
Growth continues at the company's North Mulroy Road facility.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.
Kristen Haseltine transitions to role from nonprofit sector.
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.