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Fourteen firms are issued request for qualifications to serve as consultant and develop a market analysis.

Thomas Donohue discusses workforce and immigration, global trade and other issues.

City officials to look at state statute, city charter changes.

John Russell is tapped to succeed Lincoln Hough.

Four houses were planned in south Springfield.

Lincoln Hough and Lee Ann Walker exit their positions.

Maurice Jones rounds out the city’s leadership team, bringing 20 years of economic development experience to a new role.

Local leaders work to highlight the stories of once-bustling African-American communities and business districts.

Newsmakers in the areas of construction, education, government, health care, logistics, manufacturing, media, nonprofit and real estate.

The company seeks to avoid large cost increases from a 30 percent duty.

The launch comes three years after the federal government selected the Republic Road site.

Park Board seeks new sponsors after end of 10-year agreement.

Trading Epic allegedly uses Facebook to solicit a local investor.

The decision follows former leader Bob Cirtin’s denial of Nicole Galloway’s examination.

Local figures line up with most of Missouri, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Local owners rent homes to 15,800 guests, according to report.

They said it. We're reporting it. Sixteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2019.

Seeing development occur from a city perspective for three years, Sarah Kerner has an inside track to the evolution of Springfield.

A six-year state representative from Springfield, Kutak Rock LLP attorney Elijah Haahr next takes on the speaker of the House role.

The utility enters into a new agreement to buy wind energy.

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