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Springfield voters will consider doubling the length of the mayor’s term and revising the city’s code of ethics in the April 2 general municipal election.

Activist group makes case for funding housing needs.

Pinnacle Award winner Mary Collette is among the honorees of the upcoming Toast to Tourism event.

The decision also means delay in consideration by Planning & Zoning Commission.

Mason Roller, 30, is accused of allegedly taking money for work that was not performed.

Matthew Hamner and Philip Fuhrman are appointed by the governor.

A May 25 opening is planned for the expanded and newly rebranded The Rush Republic Aquatic Park.

City hopes to sell biogas to national natural gas pipelines within two or three years.

Missouri DNR declares Springfield a qualifying local program for land disturbance permitting.

All Missouri MSAs tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics post increases in January.

Tenants’ rights organization objects to plans for use of what’s left of Springfield’s $40.3M federal COVID-19 recovery funds.

Officials aim to begin work this year on the 122-year-old structure.

Commerce Trust's Don Davis says all eyes are on the Fed: When does it plan to cut interest rates and how will it manage its balance sheet?

City aims to solve vacancy problem with new incentives.

Spencer Fane attorney Ben Shantz: "Business owners must be certain that they protect themselves through good contract drafting and stay informed about changes in Missouri law."

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses Republican infighting in the state Senate.

Mayor Ken McClure and spokesperson Cora Scott are co-hosts of SGF Local Matters.

Rachel Anderson, Winter Kinne and Teresa Parson are among 11 women selected statewide.

The Winning for Missouri Education coalition announces collection of 100,000 signatures.

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