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Officials recommend $5 million for Springfield project.

Expansions and renovations are among projects planned.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One way employees can get involved is to volunteer as a lunch buddy. That’s where you would spend …

Officials expect to open Bussey-Cox-Lipscomb Hall to students in 2020.

Board of Aldermen approves initial term sheet to begin negotiations.

Planning & Zoning Commission sends proposal to governing body.

Some residents oppose the proposed Cherry Street development.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, engineering, education, government, recreation, technology and transportation.

Ten designs get the nod at event by Springfield chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Planning & Zoning recommends approval to council.

The municipality is docked for subsidizing its general fund with utility monies.

Officials also point to an incoming 1 million-passenger benchmark.

Nine businesspeople deliver advice to a crowd of 210 people.

“When searching for an assisted living community for your loved one, we want to make sure that it meets their personality and their personal needs,” says Alecia Robinson, Administrator at …

Ken McClure pays homage to his predecessor Paul Redfearn.

Existing employee is promoted, and an out-of-towner starts in January.

Officials seek more respondents for the MOmentum: State of the Workforce survey.

While insurance rates are on the rise, employees now can opt out of employer coverage.

Joe Reynolds succeeds Jeff Childs as chairman.

The Queen City, however, ranks 79th in financial security.

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