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The board hopes to draw new businesses to the area through a branding initiative.

The Queen City gets the nod for three broad areas where companies can defer taxes when creating jobs.

Bill Skains takes over for the retiring Mike Booth.

Kirk Stange, Founding Partner, Stange Law Firm says people have many misperceptions about divorce. “I know that clients, at times, look at divorce like a speed race, like a drag race — let’s …

A microbrewery and engineering firm office are planned.

The governing body begins to review applications for a planned summer hire.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, athletics, banking & finance, education, health care, marketing, municipal and nonprofit.

Possible tax abatement and room to grow made property ownership part of next-stage growth plans.

Some steelworkers cite shortage on ‘panic buying.'

Springfield City Council plans consideration at its meeting tonight.

Steve Edwards receives the honor from the Health Department.

Missouri is a top 10 producer in five of the seven ag commodities China may hit with tariffs.

Income and corporate taxes would drop in proposed bill.

The new federal credit-backed loan allows an extra five years of maturity.

Missouri State University’s new student-funded Taylor Health and Wellness Center is currently open for patient care.    MSU students voted to impose a $29 fee per semester …

An increase in property taxes will be in place until 2038.

Questions will be addressed on public financing for Branson Adventures.

Following clients to the Northwest, the second office is scheduled to open this month.

Dealership plans 40,000 square feet across two buildings in northeast Springfield.

Sun Solar LLC CEO Caleb Arthur used federal tax cuts and lemonade from the lemons of President Donald Trump’s solar panel tariff to add 30 new jobs to his company.

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