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City officials plan a revote for development recommendations after 4-4 deadlock.

The Queen City has the second-lowest expenses among major Missouri cities.

The contractor submits the lowest offer of $11 million.

However, local pay is the worst in Missouri.

A misunderstanding was involved with an earlier tie vote.

At the end of July, the Federal Reserve switched gears on interest rates, dropping its target for the key federal funds rate.

The body votes unanimously to establish the community improvement district.

A second eatery from the fast-food chain is scheduled to open in Springfield this year.

The $20 million Center for Advanced Manufacturing is among projects marked as key.

Mystic River Falls is scheduled to open in summer 2020.

Area voters would have to pass a 1% retail sales tax to fund improvements.

CenturyLink will lease network to connect businesses and homes with high-speed internet.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

Guy Mace and Kirk Wheeler receive the John T. Woodruff Award.

Dr. Tom Prater is selected as chairman to help the city on its Forward SGF initiative.

The multimillion-dollar Southwest Region Early Childhood Center is scheduled for completion next year.

As moratorium expires, officials outline community improvement district on South Lone Pine.

Governor returns to city to deliver a State of the State at chamber event.

The local MSA’s jobless figure comes in at 2.9% in June.

The governor returns to the Queen City to deliver a State of the State address at chamber event.

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