• Niche business success stories

    These small businesses are surviving, despite competition from online sales Article and photos by DAVID BLANCHETTE Eighty percent survive the first year. Seventy percent are left after two years, 50 percent after five years, and [...]

  • Rebuilding older neighborhoods

    Springfield has many opportunities for small-scale development BY CATHERINE O’CONNOR Governing magazine recently published the results of an in-depth investigation into segregation in Illinois communities, including Springfield. A recent cover story in Illinois Times included [...]

  • Marketing Springfield to millennials

    BY ZACH ROTH Like many other towns in the Midwest and Rust Belt, Springfield has seen significant changes in the makeup of its population in recent years. It has become older, not to mention a [...]

The historic Springfield Carriage Co. building across from Lincoln's home will once again be home to a restaurant.

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Steri-Clean of Illinois, a biohazard remediation and hoarding clean up company, plans to open a location in Springfield in April. This unique business was established in 1995 by Cory Chalmers, who now hosts the television show Hoarders on A&E.

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The much-anticipated CoreLife Eatery is set to open today at 11 a.m.

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It doesn't feel like spring yet, but the next issue of SBJ will include a list of local golf tournaments. If your nonprofit or group is holding a tournament that is open to the public, email the information to stacie@springfieldbuisnessjournal.com to be included in the calendar. ... See MoreSee Less

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