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Music, bar venue coming to Rountree in early 2020

Building renovation work begins for The Royal, as well as Skully’s Food Truck.

Lyle Foster speaks as SBJ’s monthly 12 People live interview guest.

The governing body also reviews a $10 million project.

Nine businesspeople sign up for the pilot this fall.

The Springfield doughnut chain’s marketing efforts pay off in October.

Culture Counter replaces the shuttered Homegrown Food.

Vantage Rooftop Lounge and Conservatory opened atop Hotel Vandivort's new building; Tonik Sweetwater Saloon got its start; and husband and wife Shane and Hannah Stout opened Bohemian Smoke Shop.

After eight years, Shrimp and Bayou Classics owner Chris Crow is headed back to Louisiana and putting his eatery up for sale.

A couple of businesses will host the Stanley Cup on Oct. 10.

Owner brings on partner and says franchise plans are in the works.

Tonik Sweetwater Saloon also plans to devote space to a yoga studio.

Bair’s Sports Grill generates $4 million a year selling burgers and drinks across four locations.

SBJ Publishing Inc. moved to Chesterfield Village; the first restaurant since 2002 at the Shepherd of the Hills attraction in Branson began serving customers; and Big Air Trampoline Park got its start in Branson.

Arkansas-based K-MAC Holdings Corp. is bringing another Taco Bell fast-food restaurant to the Queen City.

Interpres Building Solutions LLC gave former Springfield Fire Station No. 6 new life; Crave Cookie Dough added a south-side store; and Kansas-based Artistic Works by Lu LLC opened a brick-and-mortar shop.

Darren Pearce of Pinnacle Sign Group is brought in to discuss exterior signage options at Omer Onder’s diner.

Ensley & Swann Boutique & Marketplace opened; Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen added a Branson location; and attorneys Danielle Kincaid and Angela Myers started a new firm.

A Tulsa venture is expanding to the Queen City.

A $2 million construction project paves the way for the attraction’s first eatery since 2002.

Downtown Springfield Association's Rusty Worley: "Local retailers and restaurants must band together to offer viable alternatives" to Amazon and others.

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