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Commission ponders priorities to replace pension fund tax 

The top categories considered for funding would align with city’s Forward SGF comprehensive plan. 

Five commercial lots offered around site of Christian County offices.

Legislators secure $727M for I-44 upgrades while child care aid falters.

The deal with St. Louis Children’s Hospital follows similar move by Mercy in March.

Housing has always been a focus embedded within other priorities, mayor pro tem says. 

The funding comes from the federal agency's Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund.

Springfield City Council is considering $26 million in bonds to pay for acquisition of new workforce center and three other high-profile city projects. 

The city of Springfield is making big changes, according to Springfield Art Museum director Nick Nelson, and the museum is positioned to lead the way. 

Area provides possibilities for growth through annexation.

The assets of late hotelier John Q. Hammons transferred to his largest creditor in 2018 through a settlement reached in bankruptcy court. In recent years, a local development group has discussed purchasing a handful of those assets in a multifaceted deal that involves the city of Springfield and possible incentives, according to documents from the municipality.

Property enhancements include additional parking and luxury suites tower.

A combined 80 professionals are taking part in the next two classes this fall.

The legislation includes funding for Interstate 44 work.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The seven-year leader of the trails advocacy nonprofit is exiting June 14. 

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

The Sisters LLC is moving forward with plans for a restaurant in the shadow of a historic mill and silo at Chestnut Expressway and National Avenue. 

Changes were made to the project after the initial design was rejected.

Rule would impact one-fifth of US workforce.

A new 330,000-square-foot building is in the works, CEO Pavel Bosovik tells SBJ. 

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