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Canadian golfer Ben Silverman earns first place at the Springfield tournament.

Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.

The Missouri State University Board of Governors yesterday approved two property purchases.

The transfer deal smooths the transition for OTC aviation program students to continue education at Drury.

Five years ago, a financial crisis loomed but dozens of recent and planned developments signal a turnaround for the city.

Michael Nesbitt, President of Nesbitt Construction, says he learned valuable lessons about work ethic and business from his father. Whether or not his father, Bill Nesbitt, founder of Nesbitt Construction, intended to prepare his eight-year old son …

While only 4,000 call the campus dormitories home, many still live nearby.

Employers add 11,900 jobs in June.

The concerns of Chesterfield Village residents rest on council’s July 24 verdict.

The local nonprofit arts and culture sector provides an economic impact of $26.9 million

Area developers say they’re dependent on certain tax credits under review at the state level, and economic harm would occur without them. The historic preservation tax credit – those …

Stakeholders propose economic development ideas near Jordan Valley Innovation Center.

One Call Care Management is moving into Warren Davis Properties’ building that formerly housed UnitedHealthcare.

Rob Dixon is slated to become DED acting director July 1.

Matthew Simpson joins the Governor’s Innovation Task Force.

Springfield City Council on June 12 passed a $348 million fiscal 2018 budget.

The latest state jobless rate is 3.9 percent for the third straight month, according to the Department of Economic Development.

Rob Dixon is slated to become acting director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

Ken McClure gives his first address after being elected to the job.

The city’s governing body reviews two redevelopment plans that would a combined 112 units to the market.

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