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Downtown jazz club closes

The Hepcat opened in August 2019.

Patients with mild symptoms can stay at home under digital doctor care.

The CARES Act funds will be used to support homeless services.

The figure has decreased every month since a pandemic peak in April.

The Greene County Commission approves more than $544,000 in latest round.

This year’s total is down from 2019 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Revenue Department is slow to respond to applicants, citing COVID-19 issues.

UMB Bank's KC Mathews has predictions for the 2020-21 U.S. economy.

Just as banks experienced waves of applications this spring from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, the federal loan forgiveness process is starting to pick up speed of its own, according to banking officials.

Local hospital leaders say COVID-19 hospitalizations are reaching critical levels.

The Missouri Job Center seeks feedback for seventh-annual survey.

The Greene County Commission approves more than $264,000 in latest round.

The crowdfunding event is slated to return in 2021 with a "rally for recovery" theme.

Walk-in freezers and coolers are provided to partner food pantries.

Officials cite efforts to mitigate COVID-19 exposure risks.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The Greene County Commission approves $317,376 for small businesses.

The incumbent Republican earns nearly 57% approval in the bout against the state auditor.

SCA's Megan Short says the construction industry provides a ripple effect to create jobs and inject money into our local economy.

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