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Rosalyn Thomas takes on the role after the exit of Marilyn Harris.

Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.

The appointment was set up by last month's superintendent announcement.

The former Doling Elementary School on West Atlantic Street may soon begin a metamorphosis if the vision of a husband-and-wife team comes to fruition.

March 1 was the first day of operation for the Springfield Public Schools Police Department.

The e-commerce retailer will pay full tuition for students to attend the local schools as part of a nationwide expansion.

Stephanie Hein plans to move into a faculty emeritus role this summer to focus on her campaign.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education and nonprofit.

The funding is designed to address community red-flag issues.

Chad Courtney and Charles Taylor are supported by the business organization's board.

She succeeds Corey Bray, who took a job in Oklahoma.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, human resources and nonprofit.

New pilot program is part of $1T federal infrastructure package to boost supply chain.

Missouri State, Drury and OTC make announcements.

Branson West-based Ozarks Teen Challenge is nearing completion on the first of two buildings planned on the site of its current facility.

New executive director positions are announced.

Mike Rakes says enhancing the student experience is one of his top goals.

Springfield City Council last month approved the sale for $1, citing a public benefit.

COVID-19 has quickened digital growth at organizations.

Eric Wilken is selected to succeed Matt Teeter.

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