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City Council gives green light to capital improvements program, an annual act required by the city charter. 

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, and law.

Member argues addressing poverty should be higher priority for body.

Rebekka Coffey is promoted to city clerk.

The new office is the ninth for the Springfield-based firm.

State Rep. Alex Riley welcomes fast-moving business innovations.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses a flood of legislation that would impact public schools.

The project was temporarily pulled from the Springfield governing body’s agenda following a meeting notice complaint.

The funding goes toward environmental job training.

The Missouri secretary of state's office alleges investors were marketed investments at grossly inflated prices.

Grant program is set to sunset in August.

Deal with gas station could open 1K acres to development.

The total, which includes almost $3 billion in American Rescue Plan Act funds, is roughly $12 billion more than the current fiscal year budget.

Seven Springfield and Rogersville residents are charged in the conspiracy involving multiple companies and two states.

Roughly $7.7 million in federal funds have been issued to date, officials say.

Council approves infrastructure reimbursement for 53,000-square-foot gas station.

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.

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