The local ballot also includes county and city of Battlefield tax issues.
Economists from St. Louis and Kansas City described Springfield’s economy as sturdy.
There’s a retirement crisis brewing in America.
SBJ sits down with local CEOs to talk presidential promises, technology and recruitment.
The governor highlights incoming jobs following a drop in August.
State officials choose Barth Fraker for a post in the organization.
Legislation seeks to cap benefits based on the unemployment rate.
Chris Straw, who’s led the department since 2010, plans to work his last day in January.
Local government is the biggest lag on the seasonally adjusted data released by the Department of Economic Development.
The Springfield hospital is no longer under threat of losing its Medicare agreement.
Members vote in favor of supporting economic vitality and public safety.
A recent graduate takes over as coordinator for the young professionals organization, while a legislative assistant also comes on board.
City Council is considering a rezoning that would allow the development to move forward.
Chambers of commerce are working to capitalize on missed opportunities last year.
The funding would improve the local justice system and reestablish services lost to past budget cuts, officials say.
Officials hope to bring attention to the Commercial Street bridge closed since last year.
An executive branch deputy counsel provides an update on the “No MO Red Tape” campaign.
The governor delivers his second address in Jefferson City.
The body considers three back-to-back bills for rezonings covering 15 acres.
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