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Mobile nail tech to open brick-and-mortar nail salon in McLoud Plaza

New York native Liora Simonian moved to Springfield in 2021, where she found her passion for nail art.

Rovenstine Landscaping LLC opened its first brick-and-mortar store; Bapa Network LLC added to its Dunkin’ lineup; and WinTech closed on the purchase of 100% of the stock of Arkansas-based company Pocahontas Aluminum Co.

The Fairbanks Bike Shop takes up most of the downstairs of The Fairbanks Community Hub at 1126 N. Broadway Ave..

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples six red wines he says are suitable for the holiday.

Todd J. Rock was the lead mead master at the business, which closed in recent months.

Mid-July is targeted reopening date for Moon City Pub.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends wine varieties to sample with some favorite films.

Findings say pandemic manipulations inflated food prices and kept them high.

Polish Pottery turns highway travelers into visitors.

The self-guided tourism initiative for breweries, distilleries and wineries started in 2018.

Carissa Bedford reportedly made nearly $71,000 from the scheme.

Uptown Hog LLC opened at 14 Mill Market; Jo Christian became a first-time business owner with the launch of Treasured Relics Estate & Consignment Sales LLC; and husband and wife Cristhian and Shanie Valdez started a second food industry venture in the Queen City.

A Dillard's spokesperson declines to comment on potential occupation.

PAJJ Lane LLC wins contract for the operation, Missouri Department of Revenue announces.

More than 20 local cuts are planned out of 44 statewide.

Farmers Market of the Ozarks is partnering with Downtown Springfield Association on the Park Central Square market.

Jay Burchfield served as a member of the company's board since 1997.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle wonders what is more important to retailers: loss prevention or customer experience.

Sam Butcher, 85, started the company known for its figurines in the 1970s.

The Springfield-based company announces "union" with Mack’s Prairie Wings, though specifics are not disclosed.

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