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SBJ Web Editor Geoff Pickle seeks the “why” behind a new mural downtown.

The shop plans to open its second location by the end of summer.

A Dunkin’/Baskin-Robbins combination store is coming to Republic.

Don Tono Mexican Food is planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant next month.

Derek Smith of BKD: "The IRS has issued additional guidance on opportunity zone investments that clarifies many open items for investors and developers."

Springfield Business Journal discusses commercial real estate trends.

Aaron Owens says his 6-month-old real estate firm emphasizes family, relationships and allowing agents to dictate their own goals.

Business owners are looking for smaller, redeveloped spaces as the industry sees a shift to e-commerce and service retail.

Second Eden Village rezoning doesn’t meet supermajority vote requirement.

Local developer plans renovations after investing $5 million in foreclosed property acquisitions.

After earning city approval for development incentives, Greenway Capital LLC and Brent Brown began building in a blighted area in March.

The $4 million building will replace its nearby headquarters.

The credit union also will open its fourth branch.

Lucky Tiger Sandwich Co. targets an August opening.

Kuvera Partners will remove black mold at the long-closed theater.

A family of real estate businessmen shake up their operations.

Art and Alisa Maxwell start AMax Real Estate, along with 45 other agents.

The vote marks the second time this month the governing body did not add a building to the Springfield Historic Register.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of renovations were funded by donations.

Business owner Josh Widner has food hall plans, but funding nad location are hurdles.

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