Foundations and donor-advised funds are tools to meet charitable goals.
Longtime grilling hobbyists made a professional pivot with the opening of The Grill Guys of Missouri LLC; new ownership took over personal training business Big Time Results; and friends and first-time business owners Kathryn Barber and Madi Sheppard launched Ozark Mountain Hydration.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.
For many with home-based businesses, it’s a no-brainer: Working out of the home is economical and convenient. For some on Springfield City Council, it’s a slippery slope toward changing the character of residential neighborhoods.
Brian Steele is seeking to represent District 139 in Christian County.
Chris Lebeck has worked for the Taney County community since 2018.
The funding is earmarked to improve theological training for Black and Hispanic ministers.
Taj Suleyman says leaders must be intentional about diversity, equity and inclusion.
Sean Barnhill debuts Gents Glow to provide self-care products.
Jay Chism starts next week, the university announces.
Most Springfield workers would receive 4% increases; police, fire and health workers would be in line for $6,000 in retention pay over three years.
The Hive will serve as a career launch pad for people with developmental disabilities.
Information technology and inventory are among the new departments.
Springfield’s historic city flag will be lowered and its new design raised on March 1, following City Council action on Jan. 10.
Ex-cop finds meaning through leatherwork at Grimbeard Leather.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, communications, hospitality, law and nonprofit.
The report points to $363 million in private donations for the local nonprofit.