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School officials cite its new national anthem policy in dropping the NAIA Men’s Division II Basketball National Tournament.

Officials call on more state funding to increase the community college’s efforts.

The owners of Tinga Tacos are targeting an Oct. 1 opening at the former Brick Slice House downtown.

An estimated 53,000 people attend to view 451 classic cars.

Dori Grinder gains a VP role after nearly two years with the chamber.

The board appoints a third-generation family member to the top post.

A new visioning committee by the Springfield chamber is working to identify what the city is all about.

The Springfield chapter of The Indivisible Project rallies against legislation working its way through Congress.

The state designation puts its business park on the map for companies looking to build new projects.

The eFactory is preparing to launch the next Business Accelerator program with updates to enhance networking.

The city will update four parks and update sidewalks at several locations.

New markets, rebranding and new releases — it’s all so complex.

The college is bringing on new property transferred from the city of Hollister.

Canadian golfer Ben Silverman earns first place at the Springfield tournament.

Kraig Butrum takes over as the nonprofit’s chief development officer.

Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.

Businesspeople and protesters react to the reform proposal after the first of several planned stops.

The local nonprofit arts and culture sector provides an economic impact of $26.9 million

Springfield City Council on June 12 passed a $348 million fiscal 2018 budget.

Five years ago, a financial crisis loomed but dozens of recent and planned developments signal a turnaround for the city.

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