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Members of the Pinegar family are expanding their business holdings with a multitenant commercial development.

A local real estate family sells an investment trust and opens a new five-unit commercial group.

The company’s new spot is planned at River Plaza on Republic Road.

The Ridge at Ward Branch is in the works south of The Library Center on Campbell Avenue.

The digital commerce firm is relocating this month to Chesterfield Village.

The Southern-style eatery is opening in a new building planned on the north end of the outdoor mall.

NAI Enterprise becomes part of the newly formed Enterprise Commercial Group.

The dealership is moving from leased space to a parcel just east of the Partnership Industrial Center.

The Verizon wireless retailer has plans in the canceled Wilson’s Creek.

New and soon-to-arrive stores have the retail center at 97% capacity.

Springfield’s governing body votes to make the corridor a ‘multiproject redevelopment’ area.

Company statement says six partners first decided to leave the firm.

The brains behind BYOPizza and Taco Habitat is creating a Southern concept to bring to central Springfield.

The O’Reilly Center for Hope is planned at the former elementary school.

Baron Design & Associates principal Rita Baron is remodeling and expanding a center she bought earlier this year.

A career-ending injury and layoff turns family toward a working lavender farm.

A longtime downtown parcel is still in the mix but a feasibility report will look at Bass Pro’s campus.

Buildings are demolished to make way for a new primary care center.

A 14,000-square-foot project is underway east of the existing development.

The Boulevard Senior Living of St. Charles is now operating at 80 percent occupancy.

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