The city of Springfield took its first step toward launching a new outreach initiative.
Four officials buy and sell tens of thousands of shares to collectively net millions.
New overall restaurant branding to be “Springfield specific.”
Updates include a $564,000 restaurant expansion and a possible rebranding.
A gas tax increase is among suggestions presented in an 87-page report.
George Thompson III’s visitation and memorial service are scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday.
Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.
About a dozen restaurants have signed on with Uber Eats in the first week of the on-demand food delivery service in Springfield.
The community colleges enters a partnership with Missouri State University.
A dozen Springfield restaurants initially are signed up to offer the delivery service.
Columnist Phill Brooks addresses the rate race on Missouri’s highways and provides suggestions from Europe.
John Youngblood is taking the Dodge, Ram, Chrysler and Jeep brands to Ozark.
Chrysler officials realign its brands in Springfield, and Youngblood Auto opens in Ozark.
Stan Dobbins will take on the job Jan. 1 as the municipality searches for a new law enforcement leader.
The company’s third-quarter profits rise 2 percent to $283.7 million.
Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.
Jeanie Williams made a career change buying Weezie’s Upscale Retail Boutique Outlet; John Bigler moved to Springfield and opened a law office; and Central Marketing Transport LLC settled into a new maintenance and driver facility in Stafford.
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Central Bank is converting this ATM site for its 22nd full-service branch in the Springfield area.
“It’s been hard for me to choose. There is a point when I knew I needed to focus on one of these businesses,” says Elle Feldman, owner of Elle’s Patisserie and Lavare Spa (now rebranded as …