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The $7.5M deal with a Georgia company includes psychiatric hospital license and real estate on North National.

The $7.5 million deal with Georgia company includes psychiatric hospital license and real estate on North National.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the owner of Thrive Personal Fitness LLC.

Leaders in behavioral health break down the stigma surrounding mental health.

WON Communications LLC moved; Bolivar OB/GYN LLC merged with Citizens Memorial Hospital; and Classic Rock Coffee Republic opened.

The Missouri Job Center organizes the fourth annual EmployAbility event.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled Wednesday ahead of a Nov. 5 launch date.

More than 25 businesses and organizations attend the EmployAbility event.

Company invests over $1 million with move near former facility.

Speakers at council meeting cite traffic congestion and greenspace preservation as biggest concerns.

Jay Jung launched his third restaurant venture; SmileDirectClub LLC opened a SmileShop; and James Financial Partners LLC launched a Branson branch.

A new “CBD” seller enters the marketplace.

SBJ examines the proposals ahead of the Nov. 6 election.

You’ve just invested a significant amount of time and money to train members of your team. Now you have to see if your employees actually learned the confidence, skills, behaviors, or attitudes you …

Sean Brownfield speaks as SBJ’s monthly 12 People live interview guest.

The health care plan through the Missouri chamber impacts 2,100 individuals at almost 150 businesses in Springfield.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, education, government, health care, law and retail.

A councilman and two entertainers are this year’s class members.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “The best, most efficient way a company can help is just start that conversation,” says Esther …

Dr. Brian Clonts succeeds Betsy Seay, who resigned last month.

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