New leader takes reins at Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.
The men’s 2022 FIFA World Cup, ongoing through Dec. 18 in the nation of Qatar, offers a taste of what fans closer to home will experience in the next worldwide soccer tournament in 2026.
The Flower Patch & More and local parks director are honored.
Cassidy Station in Ozark launches with a mercantile next month, followed by additional amenities in 2023.
Brent Dunn accepts a role starting next summer with the Missouri State Fair Foundation.
The Springfield-based company will have its branding on the Aetos Center for the Performing Arts.
Officials are booking events into 2025 at Springfield development.
The project originally was expected to cost $15 million, but materials prices grew, according to an official.
Jimmy Liles says cuts to the Parks and Police departments may be on the way.
Three other local tax issues also are decided on Election Day.
Following several years working in the food service industry, Aden Watson started his first business ownership venture; the fifth location of Blue Iguana Car Wash opened; and Twin Crescent Drive-In made its debut.
The Hatch Foundation is the largest donor among four new gifts.
The commission approved $825,794 for 69 small businesses.
The last live music show is on New Year's Eve, though acts will return at a planned tasting room, officials say.
The project includes new turf fields and stadium enhancements.
Other statistics watched by the Convention & Visitors Bureau also are rising in the Queen City.
Valhalla Island Resort is targeted for completion within two years.
A diverse trio of projects are finalists for the Springfield Contractors Association’s Design Team of the Year award.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, hospitality, insurance, law, manufacturing and sales & marketing.
Entertainment venue Ozarks Event Center launched; the first Missouri franchise for Virginia Beach, Virginia-based mobile pet grooming company Zoomin Groomin opened in Springfield; and RBW Agricultural LLC launched a brick-and-mortar store.
The Nov. 8 passage of Amendment 3, for which supporters asked Missouri voters to approve recreational weed, is likely to open the floodgates for both increased sales and workforces within the burgeoning marijuana industry, officials say.