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Springhouse Village is Foster Senior Living’s latest project.

The nearly 100,000-square-foot structure is expected to be complete by November.

A fall closure is planned in Primrose Marketplace.

The health care system is scheduled to host a May 1 groundbreaking for a new hospital.

City building permits show infill work totaling $77,000 over the last month for Gordmans’ relocation.

A crowdfunding campaign raises more than $30,000 in last month.

Golf course collaboration is between Tiger Woods and Johnny Morris.

The men’s facility joins two other centers operated by the company.

Developer Kuvera Partners is cleared to receive $7 million in tax incentives.

The restaurant is part of construction at Battlefield Mall.

The city has 126 projects lined up in 2019.

The new branch, which would be BluCurrent’s fourth, represents a return to Glenstone Avenue.

Hunden Strategic Partners report recommends new development capitalizes on popularity of WOW.

Banks seek combined debt loads of $3.9 million in latest moves.

Barley House emerges as new moniker for event center in Moon Town Crossing.

Projects call on electrical upgrades at Blair-Shannon and new amphitheater in West Plains.

Development of 32-acre Finley Farms is ongoing, with first features set to open this year.

The property will be used for parking and campus expansion purposes.

Signage on construction site teases new development.

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