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Greg Byler of Blue Iguana Car Wash responds to recent crime stats reported to City Council by the chief of the Springfield Police Department.
Motion by Craig Hosmer to pause development is relegated to committee.
Missouri officials confirm Amendment 3 permits subtraction.
It’s the company’s first response since litigation was filed last year.
Councilmember Matthew Simpson withdraws sponsorship for related annexation bill.
A Citizens Memorial Health Care director and a Springfield entrepreneur get the nod from the governor.
At contentious Springfield City Council meeting, the councilperson says, “Developers have the ear of council and neighbors don’t.”
Mercy Springfield Communities relocated a clinic; San Clemente, California-based law firm Gilson Daub Inc. expanded to the Springfield market; and a second video gaming center for Contender eSports Springfield LLC opened in the Queen City.
The governor emphasizes infrastructure, workforce development and education, and health care, among other topics.
During 12 People You Need to Know, the governing board member says she intends to run in the April election.
The university receives funding to work with law enforcement agencies.
Mayor Ken McClure is challenged, and Richard Ollis won't seek re-election.
An exception was in the area of robberies, which officials say will continue to be a focus in 2023.
Attorney Andy Peebles: "The value of an estate plan goes far beyond the time and money it can save your loved ones once you are gone; it also provides assurance that those individuals will be taken care of when you are no longer around."
SMBA Executive Director Crista Hogan: "With the adoption of recreational marijuana, the word expungement has entered our lexicon. But what does it mean and why should the business community care?"
Columnist: Lynne Haggerman has legal tips to consider.
As recreational marijuana sales are expected to begin statewide next month, legal and human resources officials say the clock is ticking for employers to ensure their workplace policies are up to date.
Voters will decide on lodging tax expansion in April.
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.
Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Chamber announces Small Business Award finalists
Volt Credit Union CEO takes job in Florida
Local entrepreneur wins World Series of Poker event