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Gov. Mike Parson names Don Phillips to Board of Probation and Parole.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “The best, most efficient way a company can help is just start that conversation,” says Esther …

Dr. Brian Clonts succeeds Betsy Seay, who resigned last month.

Hold Fast Brewing targets summer 2019 launch.

Architecture firm develops 30-year proposal to expand and improve the 60-year-old facility.

Approval sought by TIF stakeholders for $520,000 in public improvements.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, education, entertainment, health care, municipal, politics, real estate and transportation.

Ballot issue aims to boost fuel tax for first time since 1996.

Despite September progress, net collections are down this fiscal year.

The Queen City metro area trends with the rest of the state.

Public Works officials reveal results of August survey on capital improvements sales tax.

Stakeholders combine to launch the Greene County Family Justice Center.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, development, government, health care, interior design and nonprofit.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the Christian County Associate Circuit Court judge.

Downtown Springfield has a new intermediate line of transportation planned.

Council approves resolution to fund public improvements for center city project.

Customers may pay $35.40 less over a six-month period.

Twenty-five southwest Missouri businesses are on the list of 186 organizations statewide.

Organization hosts Sept. 27 information event for ballot issue.

Josh Luttrell and his companies are ordered to stop the fencing and dirtwork business.

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