The Springfield-Branson National Airport Midfield Terminal will be renamed to honor the retiring senator.
Gerber Collision & Glass, currently operating at 1910 E. St. Louis St., is constructing new digs on the south side of town, near the intersection of Kansas Expressway and James River Freeway.
Springfield Public Schools is partnering with Ozarks Technical Community College.
The Dallas-based bus operator has relocated twice in as many years.
The Springfield-based auto parts retailer is No. 122 out of 200 companies nationwide.
Revenue and profits increase from a year earlier.
The plans include a student employee housing project.
The company's third-quarter earnings report is scheduled for release this week.
Radmacher Brothers Excavating is working on the project for the city.
The candidates range in industry from health care, hair design and trucking to jewelry, egg production, banking and construction.
A walkable city is the vision behind Strafford’s 2020 comprehensive plan, but zoning changes to execute the plans have raised some questions for existing businesses.
Austin, Texas-based Kendra Scott LLC made its Springfield debut; Lost Boys Barber Co. LLC relocated; and Wilson Logistics Inc. opened its corporate headquarters in Strafford.
Work at Campbell Avenue and Pacific Street is scheduled to start next week.
Carrie Long receives jail time and an order of restitution for a $1.3 million theft and tax scheme.
The 17,000-square-foot property holds all nine of its aircraft.
The Queen City scores the highest in the category of housing.
This is the fourth installment in a series about the top 10 initiatives of Forward SGF, the city of Springfield’s draft 20-year comprehensive plan.
Through the grant, LeCompte Road will be widened from two to three lanes from its BNSF railroad crossing southward to its intersection with East Division Street.
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.