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Springfield unemployment rate drops to pre-COVID levels

The jobless figure continues to decrease from a peak in April.

Ollis/Akers/Arney's Cameron Black says "wellness ... is perhaps the one constant that you can rely on at any time."

SBJ Editor Eric Olson talks physical and mental wellness with local industry executives.

Author LaDonna Greiner says that "if you focus on the things you value in life and convey your gratefulness for them, your body, mind and soul will thank you."

Research finds the COVID-19 pandemic – and the business closures, layoffs and health fears it caused – has led to heightened levels of stress. As one way to manage it, local CBD shop owners say they are seeing an influx of customers.

The health and hospice company is moving to the James River Towne Center in south Springfield.

Protel Systems & Supplies is the top recipient in the latest round.

Vernon County officials raise $30,000, which will be matched by Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

Crighton Olive Dunn Surgical Group is slated to be rebranded next month.

Mayors cite increased COVID-19 cases.

Missouri State University and Ozarks Technical Community College were the largest beneficiaries in the Springfield area to see a portion of state general revenue withholdings restored.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, banking & finance, education, health care, nonprofit and real estate.

Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students will return to four days a week in class.

The mandate had been scheduled to expire this week.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, government, education, health care and media.

With local coronavirus cases continuing to grow, Springfield City Council on Oct. 5 voted unanimously to extend the city’s masking mandate through early 2021.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The funding goes toward hiring veterans for a farm in partnership with CoxHealth.

The top recipient in the latest round of the CARES Act funds is the operator of Enterprise Park Lanes.

Leaders warn millions of dollars are being lost, putting the area's culture at risk.

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