YOUR BUSINESS AUTHORITY

Springfield, MO

Log in Subscribe

Government
498 results total, viewing 41 - 60

Locals are affected by the longest shutdown in U.S. history.

Topeka, Kansas-based Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers Inc. was the sole respondent.

Kuvera Partners is seeking incentives for the proposed Aquarium at the Boardwalk.

The governor discusses transportation and broadband infrastructure, higher education and the state budget.

The state’s jobless rate ticks up to 3.1 percent in December.

The decision sets a precedent involving transportation workers and the Federal Arbitration Act.

Voters will decide on the measure in April.

A four-home development planned in Phelps Grove is on hold.

The municipality moves to examine Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers’ credentials.

The no-interest program is available for workers in seven counties.

A refresh this fall to Springfield’s permit application and development review process got off to a rocky start.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, health care and nonprofit.

A longstanding federal program only recently considered by Springfield-area developers may bear fruit in 2019.

The conversation around transferring the Springfield-Branson National Airport to a stand-alone airport authority has begun with city officials. 

Free tickets are available through the end of the month.

Leaders are optimistic that the high-priority issues in southwest Missouri could get support in Jefferson City.

Fourteen firms are issued request for qualifications to serve as consultant and develop a market analysis.

Thomas Donohue discusses workforce and immigration, global trade and other issues.

City officials to look at state statute, city charter changes.

John Russell is tapped to succeed Lincoln Hough.

« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 25 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Editors' Pick

Who Owns the Block: National Avenue and Chestnut Expressway

Where newer commercial mixes with industrial, including a grain elevator turned mural

Most Read