Work starts at the eatery that’s been closed for nearly a year.
The advocacy group highlights key issues passed by lawmakers.
However, weather leads to drop in Stamp Out Hunger event.
The first hotel to open is downtown’s Tru by Hilton, followed by a Staybridge Suites and a second Tru in Columbia.
The Springfield company cuts the ribbon on its fourth Cambria property.
Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl applauds lawmakers for bills impacting rural areas in the Show-Me State.
Springfield businesswoman Meghan Chambers’ ventures join other companies exiting the south-side development.
Billionaire technology investor Robert Smith delivered the keynote address at Morehouse College, where he announced a surprise.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders released a plan on Saturday to reform U.S. public education.
Gannett fended off the latest attack in a hostile takeover bid.
Rep. Barry Hovis, the Republican who represents Cape Girardeau County, apologized after making comments about "consensual rape."
Google moved to suspend some business with Huawei after the company was blacklisted by the Trump administration.
“John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” ended the three-week box office reign of "Avengers: Endgame."
Little Caesars is partnering with Impossible Foods on a plant-based pilot.
Grumpy Cat, who became an internet meme with her permanent scoul, died last week. She was 7.
The Missouri Senate yesterday approved a measure that would make the state have one of the strictest abortion laws in the U.S.
Discount store chain Fred's announced it would shutter another 104 locations.
Millsap Farms LLC owner Curtis Millsap is the April 16 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know monthly live interview series.
Around 520 people attend Springfield Business Journal’s 2019 40 Under 40 event on March 21.
Prosper Springfield Director Francine Pratt is the March 19 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Vital Farms’ year-old Egg Central Station in Springfield processes and packs between 1.2 million and 2 million eggs each business day.
“Local politics killed that deal.” — Hotel developer Rick Huffman, on his convention center proposal in the mid-2000s in downtown Springfield
Another chapter of the Mother Road’s allure rolls out.
TommyHawks Axe House is tripling average attendance in 2019 from its first year.
Historic renovations are on the square, while officials seek development in empty business park.
When its customer survey research hit an initial snag last month, Longitude's information gathering on Springfield Diner was able to pick up some momentum via social media.