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Meeting delayed for last-minute campaign filings.

A grocery chain is among proposed uses for the contested site in University Heights. 

Var-iety Auto’s is no longer operational.

Law enforcement, fire safety and emergency medical services providers are recipients.

Nonfarm payroll ranks rise by 2,300 jobs, according to Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.

University Heights couple proposes $650K purchase of property at center of development dispute.

Company president says Kansas City market is first step.

Three new and two returning council members were sworn in prior to the new business portion of the municipal governing body’s meeting.

Officials have worked in recent years to secure grant funding for a Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant flood wall.

Two days after this month’s election decided the mayor and three council seats, members of Springfield City Council took in a ballgame at Hammons Field.

Historic inflation has thinned the margins for most businesses, and this is particularly true for restaurants.

Some workers may be reticent when it comes to discussing their compensation. Pay feels like a private matter – one, like decisions made within a voting booth, that no polite person would ask about.

The funding is part of $30 million in state ARPA allocations.

Governmental entities are funded in the latest round.

The move could lead to a citywide ballot measure on whether the city can seize the haunted attraction. 

The federal funding is designed to improve pipeline infrastructure in Springfield.

Roundhouse Services and Storage is creating 10 jobs, officials say.

Chris King stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from customers.

Gail Noggle has led economic development efforts in Bolivar and Polk County for the past seven years.

Voters also decide on new council and board of education members.

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