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Springfield names new city attorney

Rhonda Lewsader officially succeeds Frank Romines.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One way employees can get involved is to volunteer as a lunch buddy. That’s where you would spend …

Planning & Zoning Commission sends proposal to governing body.

The municipality is docked for subsidizing its general fund with utility monies.

“When searching for an assisted living community for your loved one, we want to make sure that it meets their personality and their personal needs,” says Alecia Robinson, Administrator at …

Business owners and friends Kandice Alexander and Inna Oksenchuk now share space under one roof; Larry Ellison sold his half of EllisonLiggett Litigation Consultants; and Dacia LLC opened.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One idea is to use an employee outing day to volunteer for an organization so you can accomplish …

Substitute bill removes several barriers to operating in emerging market.

A defendant was dismissed from a lawsuit involving nearly two dozen southwest Missouri timeshare businesses and individuals.

Before the activity can become legal, the governing body sends a substitute bill to Planning & Zoning.

Council gives its approval to list that includes economic vitality and fiscal sustainability.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, insurance, law, nonprofit, recreation and transportation.

She practiced law for 38 years, receiving multiple accolades.

Allegations of conflict of interest violations surface.

Marilyn Nolan agrees to pay millions in restitution to the federal government.

Sam Dryer, Managing Director with the Greater Ozarks Division of Mutual of Omaha explains how companies can create a customer-focused culture and still meet sales goals. Dryer provides four tips and …

Gov. Mike Parson appoints Eric Schmitt, effective Jan. 3, 2019.

A three-tier regulatory system would be introduced if approved by council next week.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertisement, architecture, education, law, nonprofit and real estate.

Tim Brenner says he’s “shocked” and has hired attorneys for case.

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