Harlan Hill exited his Springfield post earlier this month.
Demolition work started last year on Trafficway Street.
Plans call for more than 130 projects totaling roughly $109 million in recommended funding.
However, Springfield’s two publicly traded banks report increases.
The team seeks millions of dollars in damages.
Rep. Billy Long says antiquated immigration laws must be improved.
Annual chamber-hosted event draws a crowd of nearly 490.
Sports Facilities Management takes over the day-to-day operations.
Branding is scheduled to switch in the third quarter.
Jack Scatizzi has been named the new executive director of the Missouri Technology Corp.
A Fayetteville, Arkansas, man was charged yesterday with attempting to blow up an SUV in a Pentagon parking lot.
Generic drug manufacturer Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals reached a tentative deal to settle opioid claims.
Bayer Chairman Werner Wenning plans to step down in April.
The president and CEO of Chesterfield-based St. Luke's Hospital announced her resignation.
Spanish-language broadcaster Univision is selling a majority stake to a group of investors.
Indonesia plans to seek parliamentary approval for a bill that would accelerate the construction of a new capital.
Virgin Galactic officials say demand for commercial space travel is on the rise.
Mikael Cooper-Falls, a former track and football coach at Hillcrest High School, has entered two guilty pleas.
Bridgeton-based Trans States Airlines announced it will shut down by year's end.
Nearly 490 attend the Feb. 21 Springfield Business Development Corp. annual meeting at University Plaza Hotel & Convention Center.
Nearly 350 people attend a Feb. 19 luncheon to learn the results of the 2020 MOmentum State of the Workforce survey.
Canna Bliss LLC owner Jamie Tillman is the Feb. 18 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
City Utilities General Manager Gary Gibson is the Jan. 21 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s monthly 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“I felt like I was ruining their neighborhood, and I didn’t know how to solve it.” — Jason Hynson of Victory Mission, on the unintended social effect homelessness had on businesses around Grant Beach
The information technology industry is growing faster than the national workforce can keep up. Springfield isn’t immune.
Archie Donoho started Archie’s Italian Eatery with son-in-law Lorenzo Hudson; Holly Bowdidge Childers opened Word on the Street Bookshop in Ozark; and a second retail store for personal safety equipment supplier Hard Hat Gear opened.
Consumers were expected to set a record for Valentine’s Day spending this year, according to the National Retail Federation. However, local retailers say Springfieldians didn’t rise to the occasion.
Two Springfield food service companies have targeted growth in 2020 through a dash of menu additions and a sprinkle of new services.