The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.
Even with budget slashes, Mayor Ken McClure points to multiple wins.
Maura Taylor has led the nonprofit for 11 years.
The funding goes toward emergency medical services training.
Developer OzMod 425 is seeking approval for a nearly 29,000-square-foot mixed-use property.
The building housing the Ward Downtown YMCA is listed for sale at $4.5 million, according to the listing agent.
Brendan Griesemer is recognized by the industry organization with induction into its College of Fellows.
The Missouri state representative is found guilty of COVID-19 and stem cell fraud schemes, as well as illegally distributing prescription drugs.
Lifestyle Contractors agrees to buy the property for $50,000.
Funding and timeline for $2.75M project is undetermined, officials say.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in May the all-items inflation index surged 8.6% over the past year, the highest increase since 1981.
A resource center started last year by a Springfield-based nonprofit in a former hospital is bringing a new kind of care to the Monett community.
The Garrison made its debut; the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri opened on-site wellness facility Cooper Clinic; Seattle Roast Coffee launched its second Queen City shop.
Gov. Mike Parson slashed some $640 million in proposed spending ahead of signing the state's budget.
Amazon has opened a distribution center in the central Missouri city of Ashland.
Kansas-based window and door manufacturer Peerless Products is expanding in the western Missouri city of Nevada to the tune of $3.5 million.
The Kansas City-area company of Freedom Bank reached a deal to sell for roughly $33 million.
Coney Island’s Luna Park is undergoing expansion plans.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration denied a key permit for a gas-powered cryptocurrency mining operation.
Google reached a $90 million settlement related to its Play Store.
The S&P 500 closed out its worst first-half performance in decades.
Jorge Perez, a former Missouri hospital leader, was convicted this week for his role in a $1.4 billion billing scheme.
The Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to an incentives package for a $200 million mixed-use …