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Mothers are disproportionately tasked with caregiving, officials say.

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

Cris Swaters succeeds Jasmine Bailey.

The state General Assembly's 2022 session is underway.

They said it. We're reporting it. Fourteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2022.

The latest rate is 2.1% in November, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

John Kennedy leads the school that helps adult learners earn their high school diplomas.

U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on OSHA and health care vaccine mandates in January.

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

The figure rises to $11.15 per hour, with a jump to $12 scheduled in 2023.

The industry supports nearly 21,000 jobs locally this year, according to state report.

The Springfield City Council member is tasked with building inclusivity within the health care system.

Employers add 7,600 jobs compared with October.

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.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, community, education, municipal, nonprofit, real estate and law.

The potential impact of a federally mandated COVID-19 vaccine for larger businesses is concerning but will hopefully be minor, panelists said at a Dec. 8 Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

It's designed to bolster the future of the teaching profession.

Bill Redinger starts next year as chief human resources officer.

The gift establishes the Gene Haas Foundation Precision Machining Lab.

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