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Gardener’s Orchard & Bakery boasts about 2,000 trees, with another 1,000 to be added in the next year.

Springfield City Council is reviewing a potential redo of available property tax abatements.

Projects take shape in the neighborhood otherwise largely left untouched by expansive growth.

The local governmental bodies fill two vacancies.

When your training needs assessment shows there are gaps in employee performance the next step is to design an appropriate training solution according to Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce …

The contractor starts initial work before planned demolition in May.

Andrew Spurling with GFI Digital dispels five common myths around the selection and maintenance of your office copier from what your machine up-time expectations should be to how you can vet copier …

Jonathan Dodd and Brian Kubik started a partnership many years after they first met in grade school, finding trust to be the most critical piece to finding a business partner. The business plan for …

Crews widen a berm surrounding the city’s Compton Sewer Treatment Plant.

Officials expect a delivery of a new transformer after a failure last year.

Karen Best will participate in discussions at the White House, as well as meetings with the National League of Cities.

If you’re not a contractor and you’ve never worked with a contractor the selection process can be daunting. Learn three key things you should look for when hiring a building contractor. Sean …

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, education, health care, hospitality, marketing, nonprofit and service.

Steve Meyer is exiting the city after more than 30 years of employment with the municipality.

Prosecutors formally accept the company’s 2017 guilty plea.

Employee-turned owner triples housekeeping business volume.

Sen. Roy Blunt helped lead the way for cut as part of federal tax reform.

White River Marine Group plans to hire 130 workers within the first year of operation.

All workplace problems have root causes. When will training be the solution? Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development business development director, provides you the framework of a training needs assessment, which will uncover the root causes of a workplace problem and help you determine if training is the solution. A download is available at workforce.otc.edu/bootcamp with a complete outline for an effective training needs assessment. This is sponsored content. Duration: 2:29

The city’s tax increment finance commission plans to hold a hearing March 5.

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