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Survey data inform economic development trends.

Douglas County and the city of Mansfield are selected for street infrastructure projects.

 This is the third in a series of articles about the top 10 initiatives of Forward SGF, a comprehensive plan that, if approved by City Council in the fall, will carry the city of Springfield through its next 20 years.

Some on Springfield City Council oppose drive-thru component of plan on Grant Avenue Parkway.

It's the largest project in school history.

SBJ started the awards in 2011, and today 240 men in the community are able to claim the title.

City spokesperson says event draws people from 32 states and 18 countries to downtown Springfield.

The Nixa internet company has received some $90 million to date for rural infrastructure efforts.

Council is scheduled to decide on whether to send a new tax to voters.

Stakeholders visit the Springfield campus to celebrate the opening.

This is the second in a series of articles exploring the 10 main goals of Forward SGF, the city of Springfield’s 20-year comprehensive plan.

The latest survey data yield results.

The development will clean up an area council members characterized as “blighted” and frightening.

Springfield Business Journal on Aug. 3 hosts the first Visioning Workshop of the year showcasing themes of the 2022 Economic Growth Series.

 The city of Springfield has released a draft of its comprehensive plan for the next 20 years.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Also in June, month-over-month data show a 5,300-job increase statewide.

Attorney Adam Holmes says the effects of these changes will be to direct opportunity zone investments into areas that have a greater need for an influx of capital.

Downtown Springfield Association's Rusty Worley: "It is only through synchronizing the thoughts and aspirations of as many of our neighbors as possible that we can chart a course to a shared destination on the horizon."

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