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The former city manager transitions to an executive at the nonprofit.

Low economic development ranks must be improved, state officials say.

Statewide initiatives seek to reverse course in economic development.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, municipal, nonprofit and sales.

A sustainability council and the city’s convention center lead the way.

Springfield’s governing body votes to make the corridor a ‘multiproject redevelopment’ area.

Nicole Galloway’s office takes exception to improper benefits awarded to a former director.

The decision puts a previous $1.5 million judgment in the hands of the railway company and its insurer.

Springfield’s governing body votes to make the corridor a “multiproject redevelopment” area; blight and tax abatements pending.

The St. Louis-area contractor is wrapping up another development before starting its Springfield job.

The MSA’s jobless rate moves to 2.7 percent from 2.8 percent in April.

A local nonprofit is launching the Greene County Opioid Misuse Prevention Project.

Shaun Burke takes the helm of the board, and other local bankers are elected as members.

City Council votes to bring fire and police pay closer to the average Missouri household income.

The school’s board of governors is scheduled to vote today on the budget.

Work begins July 6 on a new bridge at the busy intersection.

The Show-Me State ranks second in the seven-state Plains regions measured by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Officials have been exploring the potential project since 2010.

Former Springfield-Greene County Health Department director leads the way.

Growing your company is good. Or is it? There are five things to consider when assessing if a growth opportunity will help or hinder your company according to Summer Massey, Loan Manager at Arvest …

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