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James Meadows joins the law firm in the of counsel role.

ProsperU provides free classes, regardless of whether participants are customers.

Robert Cirtin, Dr. Deiter Duff, Craig Jones, Sarah Newell and J.R. Webb are selected.

Complaints jump by 250% in the first three months of the year, officials say.

Kaiti Greenwade and Kirsten Poppen are selected to fill bench spots opening due to retirements.

Josh Beaird, an employee since 2010, succeeds Joe Page as the CPA firm's leader.

SBJ interviews the interim dean at the William H. Darr College of Agriculture at Missouri State University.

Reporter Mike Cullinan brings workforce, new business and marijuana coverage and analysis.

The day after a tense exchange at the May 22 Springfield City Council meeting, Susan Istenes, director of the city’s Department of Planning and Development, resigned. 

Americans crave human connection. This is the finding of U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, who on May 3 issued an advisory declaring an epidemic of loneliness.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, health care, hospitality, manufacturing and nonprofit.

First cohort is maxed out at 30 students.

Over 20 venues are participating in the craft beverage program.

Former U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt is Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Lifetime Achievement in Business honoree.

With Vicki Pratt gone, the chamber utilizes existing partnership with CU to bring the utility's Dean Thompson on board, official says.

Fortify the Future's largest investment area is in scholarships and academic programs.

Forbes ranks the Springfield health care system No. 162 out of 300.

The local MSA follows suit with the other seven regions in Missouri.

SBJ interviews Nixa Public Schools' superintendent.

Immigration could be the answer to some of the area’s workforce problems.

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