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Complaints jump by 250% in the first three months of the year, officials say.

Kaiti Greenwade and Kirsten Poppen are selected to fill bench spots opening due to retirements.

Sustainability is a business priority, although challenges exist to collect data and measure impact, according to a 2022 study conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Google Cloud.

Editorial Vice President Eric Olson says the idea of compensating City Council members is another growing pain for Springfield.

The day after a tense exchange at the May 22 Springfield City Council meeting, Susan Istenes, director of the city’s Department of Planning and Development, resigned. 

Americans crave human connection. This is the finding of U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, who on May 3 issued an advisory declaring an epidemic of loneliness.

Springfield City Council will vote on an annual operating budget that is approaching half a billion dollars at its June 5 meeting.

The project in partnership with the county would develop land on West Division.

Former U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt is Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Lifetime Achievement in Business honoree.

With Vicki Pratt gone, the chamber utilizes existing partnership with CU to bring the utility's Dean Thompson on board, official says.

Topics included jobs, code revisions, housing, capital improvements, economic growth, education and new developments.

Revive provides information and resources, as well as locations of Narcan in the city.

The Growth and Development Advisory Council has been under Councilmember Craig Hosmer’s scrutiny since he learned about it a year ago. 

The local MSA follows suit with the other seven regions in Missouri.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle brings internet, public records and technology coverage and analysis.

Divided council rejects member’s bid for moratorium.

It's part of the Missouri budget on Gov. Mike Parson's desk.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks examines the state General Assembly’s closing days.

Construction of Chadwick Flyer Trail overpass expected to begin in 2024.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, government, hospitality, media and technology.

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