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Two Springfield Regional Arts Council executives are on a mission to build the value of local artists’ work.

Freeway Ministries plans to renovate the building for its headquarters.

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Mary Kromrey brings her health-and-wellness background to the outdoor-living nonprofit.

The organization will run two campaigns in lieu of the annual fundraiser.

The Council of Churches Foundation receives the top award of $25,000.

Dr. David and Linda Brown are scheduled to be honored during a December luncheon.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

The local chapter seeks to bring in $1 million for its annual Tree of Lights fundraiser.

A $600,000 grant propels the campaign for a new headquarters.

Housing Plus relies on incentives for low-income housing, but a state review has the company in a holding pattern.

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The nonprofit is one of two selected in Missouri by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

A Springfield tiny homes community is nearly halfway to its $2.4 million fundraising goal.

“I think this really empowers them to identify and to be able to have the courage to speak up, “ says Tijuana Julian, Executive Director of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Drury …

Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.

The tiny homes development for the homeless expects to take on residents next year after reaching its $2.4 million goal.

The board forms a search committee to quickly find Meleah Spencer’s successor.

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