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The Springfield Business Development Corp. marked more than $88 million in capital investment pledges last year, officials said at the organization’s Feb. 21 annual meeting.

Web Editor Geoff Pickle details plans to expand SBJ’s digital news products.

The partners expect the project to start by July and wrap up in 2021.

The $90,000 investment will provide education for up to 300 students.

Plans call for more than 130 projects totaling roughly $109 million in recommended funding.

Half of survey respondents plan to add full-time staff, but qualification challenges persist.

Annual chamber-hosted event draws a crowd of nearly 490.

Sports Facilities Management takes over the day-to-day operations.

The team seeks millions of dollars in damages.

Alleyway and parking improvements, as well as signage installations, are planned.

Local employees take home an average $838 per week in the third quarter.

Half of Momentum respondents expect to add full-time staff in the next year, but majority report difficulty filling positions.

Paula Adams, president of Penmac, says they try to help clients find gainful employment regardless of whether they have a permanent address. She says they partner with Council of Churches to try …

A spokeswoman cites plans to invest elsewhere in the Queen City.

Officials target an early summer launch for the $23 million Mystic River Falls.

Commercial projects make up majority of the $122 million total in 2019.

Community members are shaping priorities for Springfield’s new comprehensive plan.

Greg Snider, Paul Satterwhite, Dale Helle and Steve Strobel are the new owners.

A city official suggests removing a sunset provision set to take effect next month.

Residents are asked for feedback through Imagine Nixa.

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