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The governing body votes 7-1 on a measure that would continue the 27-cent property tax per $100 of assessed value.

The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.

The former owner of Springfield’s Macaroni Grill and Ebbets Field is headed to prison for five years.

Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division also investigates two out-of-state firms for targeting Missourians.

Officials hope to bring attention to the Commercial Street bridge closed since last year.

The funding would improve the local justice system and reestablish services lost to past budget cuts, officials say.

SBJ sits down with local CEOs to talk presidential promises, technology and recruitment.

There’s a retirement crisis brewing in America.

Councilman Richard Ollis calls for the creation of a "workable" blight program.

Economists from St. Louis and Kansas City described Springfield’s economy as sturdy.

Officials with the Springfield manufacturer decline to comment.

One designer will win a $1,000 prize.

The Hogan Building will be demolished after staff members and a day treatment center for youths moves to the top of a medical tower.

The request for qualifications follows approval of a $255,000 budget adjustment.

A White House official says the plans are not confirmed, but others indicate the president is coming to town.

The commission agrees to lease facilities from Seymour-based All Detainment Solutions.

The governor selects two area residents and another two with local ties for positions.

The mayor visits Jefferson City to speak about funding recommendations.

The locations are docked for improper procedures.

The project falls under permitted uses of the neighborhood’s moratorium.

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