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The local area’s jobless figure ticks up a tenth of a point.

Betsy Seay moves out of her district.

The governing board will take up the request next month.

The seven-county Ozark area grows employment by 1.5 percent in 2017.

Outlook: Recession risks should be contained through 2019.

Chamber Economic Outlook event keynote speaker Kathleen Navin spoke with Springfield Business Journal on tariffs, minimum wage and other topics.

Recession risks to be contained through 2019, says keynote speaker Kathleen Navin.

The local area’s average weekly take-home pay increases by 1.2 percent in the first quarter.

Frank Romines is exiting after two years in the role.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “I think a lot of people don’t know where to volunteer or how to get involved,” says Mitch …

Officials want to connect downtown and Wonders of Wildlife.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, energy, lodging, nonprofit, real estate, transportation and utilities.

Little is stated about property owner’s intent beyond desire for retail zoning change.

A $12 hourly rate would be reached by 2023, if Prop B passes in November.

The Show-Me State’s jobless rate ticks down a tenth of a point to 3.4 percent.

A former Branson Belle employee claims he left his job due to emotional distress.

The fund currently has a nearly $500,000 balance for improvements.

A sale of wooded acreage is planned if the request is approved.

Officials have a list of potential projects for consideration.

Jason Gage takes over as Springfield city manager.

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