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Musicians turn to virtual performances and commissioned songs for income.

Restaurant owners were given approval to use parking lots and sidewalks for business operations.

Council will vote on $4.8 million access and infrastructure agreement on June 15.

Missouri residents can choose COVID-19 as a reason for voting absentee.

Safety precautions are implemented in line with city and federal guidelines.

Joseph Passanise joins a state group that works to bring jobs and spending to Missouri.

The local metro area's jobless rate came in at 9.1% in April.

Event organizers cite coronavirus concerns.

The university will eliminate 24 positions in response to "historic budgetary issues" and COVID-19.

The city will receive $916,000 through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for coronavirus relief.

Greene County Collector Leah Betts recognizes the serious business done in her government office.

As national supply chain issues impact the meatpacking industry, higher prices and demand have been the norm in recent weeks for local meat companies.

Attorney Stephen Aton writes about an executive order from Gov. Mike Parson that expires this month.

Forums are slated throughout year as economy recovers from COVID-19.

A handful of businesses also are identified as potential exposure sites.

Editor Eric Olson singles out a couple business leaders for their gutsy performances in this pandemic.

Cleaning protocols and social distancing guidelines have been put in place.

Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.

State Workforce Development Director Mardy Leathers visits Springfield for a tour.

Company officials cite "repeated threats" after potential COVID-19 exposure.

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