The Springfield chapter of The Indivisible Project rallies against legislation working its way through Congress.
In Battlefield, though, city’s proposed use tax narrowly fails.
Melissa Gelner of Askinosie Chocolate disagrees with governor’s decision and is frustrated by his policy team.
The legislation has bipartisan support from Missouri politicians.
Brian Bingle is scheduled to exit his post Oct. 27 after two decades with the city.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, civic, education, government, health care, law, municipal and security.
The move to block tax credits takes local developers by surprise.
The city will update four parks and update sidewalks at several locations.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.
Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division also investigates two out-of-state firms for targeting Missourians.
The request for qualifications follows approval of a $255,000 budget adjustment.
Two education leaders will receive doctorate in public affairs degrees at MSU in the spring.
Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.
Businesspeople and protesters react to the reform proposal after the first of several planned stops.
Council chooses an out-of-state graphic designer’s submission.
Michael Cordonnier succeeds Thomas Mountjoy, who held the position for eight years.
The project falls under permitted uses of the neighborhood’s moratorium.
The developer wants to demolish two old properties in favor of new multifamily buildings.
Ozarks Community Hospital Inc. CEO Paul Taylor speaks during SBJ’s 12 People live interview series.
Search sponsored by:
The 21-year-old is working to graduate in May while cultivating her small business.
“We’re doing really complicated math, forecasting way in the spring, what we’re gonna need in inventory by what date,” says Shawn Askinosie, the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. The …