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Local grocers say SNAP bolsters bottom lines from superstores to gas stations.

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

Officials cite higher revenue and lower taxes.

The St. Louis-area contractor is wrapping up another development before starting its Springfield job.

Center would be located behind new MSU dorm planned by another Magers.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, government, legal, media, municipal and nonprofit.

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

Development of at least $10 million is a few years out.

A council measure is designed to help along the planned expansion of the school’s diesel mechanics center

A final vote is expected in two weeks on the projected spending, ahead of the July 1 start of fiscal 2019.

Redevelopment proposal is permitted amid the neighborhood's moratorium.

Vote comes after recent effort to collect input on coordinated collection via zones.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, accounting, banking & finance, construction, education, engineering, health care, law enforcement, municipal and nonprofit.

Oklahoma City and Dublin, Ireland, companies allegedly targeted Missourians in schemes, according to the secretary of state’s office.

The U.S. Green Building Council cites natural lighting and flood reduction work.

Officials are performing environmental investigations.

Trysta Herzog gives permission for her name to be unveiled as the battle between the state and municipal bodies continues.

The chamber and CoxHealth are among organizations leading initiatives in Taney and Stone counties.

Members also review nuisance properties and street improvements.

Craig Fishel and Jeff Munzinger plan to run for the same seat in 2019.

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