All but one local eatery announced last year has opened for business.
Construction of Chadwick Flyer Trail overpass expected to begin in 2024.
Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.
The city’s board recently approved a bid from Construct Cos. LLC.
Dollar General Corp. (NYSE: DG) operates more than 19,000 stores in 47 states, according to its website, and its newest one will soon be opening in Battlefield.
Jeff Simpson starts in July as director of MERS Goodwill's Springfield Excel Center.
Springfield Business Journal counts down the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.
Jerald Andrews takes a fundraising position with the Bolivar health care system.
Sun Solar tops Dynamic Dozen list at awards ceremony.
A facility is slated to open inside Ozark Greenways Inc.'s mural building adjacent to the Frisco Highline Trail.
Missouri Prime Beef Packers, which opened in early 2021, is now owned by a Texas company.
Monte McNew says there is room for growth after the company’s acquisition last year.
The newest addition to the Southwest Missouri Rail and Business Park is the Lot 8 speculative warehouse.
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.
CoxHealth’s newest clinic opened; an ownership change for 417 Pet Sitting LLC took place; and Hamra Enterprises LLC opened its first Wendy’s restaurant in Mount Vernon.
Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.