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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.

The health care system is expanding virtual care in rural areas for behavioral health.

A new national tax program to encourage investments in low-income areas has more details emerging about how it works.

Springfield competed against three cities of the same name in different states.

Customers to pay more as city’s reserves run low.

Developer seeks $7 million in tax assistance.

Jobless level in the local metro area decreases to 2 percent in October.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One idea is to use an employee outing day to volunteer for an organization so you can accomplish …

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, government, law, recreation and transportation.

Substitute bill removes several barriers to operating in emerging market.

The Missouri Job Center administers funding for America’s Promise program.

Both are below the national average, according to the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.

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