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Ascension Protective Services watches over expanding clientele in security industry.

The local Isuzu franchise changes hands for undisclosed terms.

Commander Financial Services, a provider of floor plan financing to used car dealers, is building a new office and a private athletic training center.

CEO Greg Johnson is the top-paid officer at the company, according to an SEC filing.

HDR Engineering Inc. is the civil engineer for a road-widening project on Galloway Road between Luster and Lone Pine avenues.

Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc. is the civil and structural engineer for an Interstate 44 interchange at mile marker 103 in Marshfield.

SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.

Airlines are reducing capacity in response to the epidemic.

Buying tax credits can help nonprofits. Michael Pruett, partner with Elliott, Robinson & Company, LLP, says the Neighborhood Assistance Program, or NAP, is a State of Missouri incentive program that …

Danielle Gassmann chose to go mobile with her first foray in business ownership; dining options multiplied near center city in Springfield; and a fourth co-branded Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care center opened.

Steve Eggers has nearly 41 years under his belt at the Springfield-Branson National Airport.

Wehr RV’s LLC is planning to move its West Sunshine Street operation in April.

Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten gifts $5.7 million, according to an SEC filing.

Newsmakers in the areas of communication, education, engineering, entertainment, finance, food, health care, nonprofit and transportation.

One senior vice president makes $7.6 million.

Plans call for more than 130 projects totaling roughly $109 million in recommended funding.

The team seeks millions of dollars in damages.

Two Springfield food service companies have targeted growth in 2020 through a dash of menu additions and a sprinkle of new services.

Alleyway and parking improvements, as well as signage installations, are planned.

Paula Adams, president of Penmac, says they try to help clients find gainful employment regardless of whether they have a permanent address. She says they partner with Council of Churches to try …

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