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Month-over-month job gains tally 5,900, according to latest state data.

Permit request prompts members to suggest revisiting the issue.

Springfield’s Buc-ee’s travel center – the first in the state and one of the northernmost stores in the Lake Jackson, Texas-based chain – opened just before 6 a.m. on Dec. 11 for the first time.

Zoning commission last night votes down the latest iteration of the development proposal by BK&M. 

Missouri USA Wrestling's championships are coming to Wilson Logistics Arena.

A grand opening event marks the first Missouri store in the travel center chain. 

The Springfield Sports Commission announces the NXTPRO Hoops Series will play at local venues in 2024.

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A mismatch between available housing units in the city and the income levels of those who reside in them was one of the chief issues raised in a housing study presented to Springfield City Council at its Dec. 5 luncheon.

Throughout November and December, An Old Time Christmas at Silver Dollar City lights up the Ozarks.

Developers seek opportunities for higher-density structures.

Bass Pro-sponsored event spurs $500K annually, officials say.

Former leader takes role at Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield.

An initiative called Nixa 2045 is designed to guide decision-making, development and infrastructure projects.

An application process is opened by the community restoration nonprofit.

A memorandum of understanding between the local utility's board and the Southwest Missouri Joint Water Utility Commission awaits U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approval.

SPS to target inefficiencies in two of its schools.

All of the Missouri MSAs tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics post increases in the past month.

The school board is considering both closure and expansion options as it mulls study by Davis Demographics.

Steve Childers to lead city’s key growth initiatives, including Forward SGF.

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