Stephanie Hein plans to move into a faculty emeritus role this summer to focus on her campaign.
The newest branch for Old Missouri Bank opened; a pair of friends teamed up in Branson to launch Summit Nightlife; and Karen Maxson decided to strike her own tune with personalized ukulele instruction through Ukulele Academy of the Ozarks.
As one of the main gateways into the city of Springfield, the intersection of Glenstone Avenue and Kearney Street once left something to be desired.
The event scheduled March 30-April 3 in Springfield celebrates the retailer's 50th anniversary.
The CVB reports a jump in occupancy, as well as revenue.
Customers can travel to the summit of Baird Mountain.
John Sellars takes on emeritus role as Katie Turer moves into the attraction's top position.
The Sho-Me Baseball Camp on Table Rock Lake is under new ownership.
Humansville-based Flora Farms LLC was one of the early companies to launch in the state's medical marijuana industry.
Final 2021 tally is expected to reach nearly $17M, officials say.
Silver Dollar City in Branson is among the attractions where employees will benefit.
The tourism organization’s 35-year leader plans to step down at year's end.
A February or March date is set for the 1816 S. Glenstone Ave. microbrewery.
Corwin Automotive Group relocated its operations; the city of Nixa opened its first park for dogs; and Rise Coffee Co. transitioned to a brick-and-mortar shop.
Business owners and advocates share optimism about the heart of the city.
A former hotel property is slated to be demolished on the north side to make way for the new development.
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.