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Deanna Moore is now leading five publications owned by Phillips Media Group.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, construction, education, energy, law, marketing, media and procurement.

Lack of anti-bias law means low score for city.

Cris Swaters succeeds Jasmine Bailey.

The location provides customer support for Mini-Circuits.

The state General Assembly's 2022 session is underway.

Sean Thouvenot is the 2022 board chair for Associated General Contractors of Missouri.

Georgia-based Link Media Outdoor expands its Missouri territory.

Wisper ISP can serve more than 13,000 households with the installations.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle counts down the most-read stories on SBJ's website.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, consulting, government and health care.

In this special feature, newsroom staff selected some of the coolest new offices in town and asked the businesses’ leaders to give a personal tour to show off their modern office spaces.

Gary Ellison is the 2022 Pinnacle recipient.

An Old Time Christmas is recognized by USA Today and its readers.

Brian Tyndall is a 20-year employee of the radio station operator.

A Springfield resident responds to the city's request for feedback on flag proposal.

After Ryan Mooney's exit, the organization makes two high-profile interim appointments as a search is launched.

The Springfield nonprofit comes out on top for inaugural STOP Award recognizing education work.

The product catches the eye of younger generations, as well as The Wall Street Journal.

More resident feedback is sought by city officials.

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