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The vast majority give the green light at a special meeting, along with compensation agreement.

The city of Springfield’s Department of Workforce Development is the largest recipient.

The Springfield chamber recognizes Joe Turner at its annual meeting.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, law and nonprofit.

School officials say the $32 million proposal on the April 5 election ballot won’t raise taxes and will keep the district’s debt service property tax levy at 94 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.

USA Clay Target League receives the grant funding.

Issue is key to address recruitment and retention, says report's author.

It's the only Springfield metro area company on the list.

The wage hike initiative impacts all employees of the accounting firm.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, communications, education, entertainment and health care.

State’s $2.6B allocation is separate from city’s $40M pot.

Pioneer Outdoor LLC has divested its assets to Lamar Advertising.

Sen. Roy Blunt helps secure money as part of government funding bill.

Company CEO points to a strong backlog to start 2022.

Roy Harris Jr. also is convicted of child sexual exploitation and illegally possessing firearms.

Southern Missouri Regional MLS data show six residences meet criteria for SBJ feature.

Springfield is scheduled to host two basketball events this month.

Developer plans to clean up land and generate revenue at intersection of West Sunshine Street and James River Freeway. 

The location replaces another in the city north of Springfield.

Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.

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