Two free multiday training sessions are planned.
Councilmember Craig Hosmer blames a climate of micromanagement for instability in city hall.
The city’s board recently approved a bid from Construct Cos. LLC.
Craig Hosmer, a member of the governing body, maintains the deal was done before it ever came to council.
Springfield Business Journal counts down the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.
While the 2023 session of the Missouri General Assembly led to passage of a roughly $50 billion budget that awaits approval from Gov. Mike Parson, local and state officials have mixed reviews on how well the past several months went in Jefferson City.
The development group's proposal is slated to appear before council on May 22.
Proposed contract would cover higher salaries and benefits for Springfield Police Department officers on campus.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks is the sole Queen City operation in a new state funding list.
The measure in Springfield would tax recreational weed at 3% to fund public safety, mental health, substance abuse and housing initiatives.
Reporter Karen Craigo brings you government and development coverage and analysis.
A council member stresses savings by negotiating quickly on Hotel of Terror purchase.
The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge is earmarked for funding, as are OTC and MSU.
Springfield City Council and owner of haunted attraction will continue negotiations instead of taking the issue to a public vote.
When Michael Cordonnier stepped down as presiding judge of the Greene County Circuit Court in March, Jerry Harmison was selected to take up the mantle and lead the judicial team.
Many of the local agency's pandemic-era resources are going away.
Buffer yard enforcement requires resident vigilance, city officials say.
The divergent House and Senate bills now move to reconciliation. May 5 is the deadline to pass the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
Ariake Sushi and Robata opened; Great Southern Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: GSBC) opened its newest branch in Springfield; and a longtime employee with City Utilities of Springfield went into business for himself with the launch of Van Every Drafting & Design LLC.