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Springfield residents had a chance to weigh in on the city’s proposed purchase of Hammons Field, home of the St. Louis Cardinals’ Double-A affiliate, on Feb. 6.

Staff recommended removal of 3-story structure.

Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.

Elevate Branson is the largest local recipient, according to Missouri DED.

Developmental Center of the Ozarks is the largest recipient.

A $16 million deal would use city general funds with no mechanism to recoup the expenditure. 

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

Court order posted to restaurant's door points to tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid rent.

Owners cite "supply chain issues, higher product pricing and some personal medical issues."

Developers praise city’s efforts to streamline processes.

$16 million deal includes purchase and renovations.

Rep. Travis Smith says legislation would drive business to the state, according to Missouri News Network.

Stephanie Stenger and Heather Hardinger are selected for Athena and Rising Star honors, respectively.

St. Louis Cardinals agree to keep its Double A affiliate in Springfield until 2038. 

Government data show all of the state's MSAs had decreases in December.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins seeks a solution for the Waters of the United States edict.

Developers are asked to make proposals to address a shortage.

Dan Wichmer fills the role left vacant by Jason Brown, who retired.

Joe Carmichael receives the award during the Springfield chamber's annual meeting.

The required distance between recreational marijuana facilities and day cares or churches raised debate at the Jan. 23 Springfield City Council meeting.

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