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SBJ interviews the acting planning and development director for the city of Springfield.

The university appoints two people for public safety and music roles.

The Plant Room by City’s Edge Botanicals opens in south Springfield.

Audrey Pauls will maintain business ownership while in law school.

MLS data show 12 residences with asking prices of $500,000 or more came on the market in May.

The region follows suit with other MSAs in Missouri measured by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The nonprofit is transitioning to Ozarks Lyric Opera.

OTC and SBU pen a new articulation agreement.

The show still will be held live on a quarterly basis, says entertainer Jeff Houghton.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking, education and nonprofit.

Dee King joins the behavioral health organization from Guaranty Bank.

Taj Suleyman joined the city’s leadership team on May 16.

Megan Neyer now covers southwest Missouri for the organizational solutions company.

The Missouri Technology Corp. seeks to grow entrepreneurial ventures.

A grand opening is expected next month.

Katiina Dull is transitioning to succeed Linda Saturno as executive director.

The Springfield attorney and representative is selected to lead Noble Health Corp.'s latest venture in Kansas City.

Judge Donald Burrell Jr., of Springfield, was one of three qualifiers.

A first installment of $28.5 million is received from the American Rescue Plan Act.

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