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Council opts against American Rescue Plan funding to pay for it. 

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, health care, media and nonprofit.

When $850 billion in pandemic-related stimulus money hit personal banking accounts in three waves, many U.S. households used it for immediate needs, paid down debt or stashed it away for rainy days.

David Tudor is appointed to a spot on the 16-member governing committee.

Robyn Schryer Fehrman succeeds five-year leader Rachael Jarosh.

2 Gals Bar & Grill takes on space previously occupied by Hog Eye Smoke Pit.

Laura Eakins and Elizabeth Dawson move into new roles.

Jeff Steen is named director of agronomy.

Springfield Identity Project has pushed for a new design since 2017.

The barbecue restaurant has operated on the north side since 1970.

The U.S. representative says he hopes to help Republicans take back control of the legislative body.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

The nonprofit also names its fiscal 2022 executive committee.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, economic development, education, health care and nonprofit.

David Steward serves as director of professional development for the company's Education Staffing division.

Columnist Steve Albrecht suggests seeking benefits or quality-of-life changes.

Matthew Turner started in July as vice president of the health care organization's Community Hospital Group.

Guest columnist Greg Burris of United Way starts a series on talent recruitment and retention.

The five-county area’s figure was 4% in June, according to federal data.

Ron Snodgrass takes over as interim director of the MSU-affiliated private school.

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