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Opinion: Scrapped plans are the perfect opportunity

The Efactory's Rachel Anderson: "The new normal can look any way we want it to."

Owners say community atmosphere remains.

COVID-19 threatens boxer's dream to help at-risk kids.

A Hollister pub that debuted in 2017 expanded to Springfield; 417 Magazine operator Whitaker Publishing LLC changed ownership; and the Re/Max House of Brokers franchise business was purchased.

Nakato Japanese Steakhouse is the top company recipient in the latest CARES Act grant round.

Most of the local state senators and representatives make the Business Champions list.

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department staffer discusses a new COVID-19 toolkit for businesses.

A restaurant industry veteran launched a food truck; Courageous Family Group changed its name; and the north-side office of the Missouri Job Center relocated.

While the COVID-19 relief application process started slowly in July, Greene County officials in the weeks since have picked up the pace to distribute $34.4 million in federal funds.

It's part of the county's CARES Act distribution.

The resources made available are designed to limit operational disruptions from the virus.

Renew Crew of Springfield is on pace to increase revenue 30% this year as customers respond to COVID-19.

An Aug. 10 grand opening followed the July 6 start for employees at the $7.3 million Ozarks Technical Community College Republic Center; Rogersville-based real estate firm JNM Realty Group LLC moved; and fishing gear company Anything Possible LLC relocated to Springfield from Ozark.

Commissioners approve a combined $2.7 million for 53 organizations.

Sturdy Real Estate emerges, with expansion plans in the works.

Columnist Rusty Worley: "The tumultuous year of 2020 ... ushers in a new set of questions to address."

SBJ Editor Eric Olson talks with restaurant owners about business during the pandemic.

Local businesses still grappling with the coronavirus pandemic have had to take on a new role of enforcing face coverings to keep their doors open.

Workforce Strategies for Post-COVID-19 Recovery.

It's part of a $10 million round of funding.

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