Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.
It’s a call that was made across the country in 2020 protests: Communities need policing that is responsive to the needs of people.
For many with home-based businesses, it’s a no-brainer: Working out of the home is economical and convenient. For some on Springfield City Council, it’s a slippery slope toward changing the character of residential neighborhoods.
Brian Steele is seeking to represent District 139 in Christian County.
Chris Lebeck has worked for the Taney County community since 2018.
The nine community leaders will help the county allocate federal stimulus cash.
Taj Suleyman says leaders must be intentional about diversity, equity and inclusion.
Most Springfield workers would receive 4% increases; police, fire and health workers would be in line for $6,000 in retention pay over three years.
The state issues funds to help the southwest Missouri city evaluate its wastewater system.
Carnahan Evans' Robert Petrowsky: "While we don’t have an easy answer to your supply chain or employee recruiting concerns, we can at least keep you apprised of the legal issues that are likely to have the greatest impact on your business in 2022."
Spencer Fane attorney Ben Shantz: "The sheer breadth of the MMPA makes it difficult for businesses to operate with certainty."
As state legislators begin the 2022 session debating congressional redistricting, officials at the state and Springfield chambers of commerce remain hopeful that law-related priorities of their legislative agendas also will receive attention.
A Texas company is looking to build a mammoth gas station in northeast Springfield at the intersection of Interstate 44 and Mulroy Road, across the interstate to the north from TLG Peterbilt’s local operation.
Springfield’s historic city flag will be lowered and its new design raised on March 1, following City Council action on Jan. 10.
Ex-cop finds meaning through leatherwork at Grimbeard Leather.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, communications, hospitality, law and nonprofit.
When Springfield Business Journal readers learned a historic building was in line to be razed, social media comments came pouring in.