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District sales tax is expected to collect $4.5 million per year for more Highway 76 improvements.

NAMI chapter seeks new funding after loss of DMH money.

Only two eateries have applied to move operations after City Council passed three ordinances last month.

Springfield-Greene County Health Department Director Clay Goddard is preparing a face mask mandate for council review.

Ozarks Coca-Cola is among companies that secured the largest loans locally.

Six employees test positive at the Branson theme park.

Officials say project could be catalyst for downtown economic development.

Officials respond to an uptick in Greene County cases.

The organization cuts five full- and part-time positions that had been budgeted.

The Health Department director discusses a potential face mask ordinance and other COVID-19 issues.

The company does not plan to close any eateries.

The May decrease follows a spike in April that represented the first month of COVID-19 impacts.

The city will issue up to $48 million in Chapter 100 industrial revenue bonds for local plant upgrades.

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department director tells City Council he’s working on an ordinance for members to consider.

Bourbon & Beale began serving diners on the east side of Battlefield Mall; Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri finalized the purchase of Community National Bank; and the Greene County Family Justice Center moved.

Springfield Chamber Chair Robin Robeson: "As we were heading into 2020 and I was preparing for my year as chair of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, the COVID-19 pandemic and its unprecedented challenges certainly weren’t what any of us expected. And yet here we are, navigating these murky waters."

Springfield Business Journal Editor Eric Olson talks municipal government with regional city managers.

Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller: "As long as there is the potential for the disease to spread, and the potential to respond with stay-at-home orders, election authorities are duty bound to address potential complications by developing strategies and adopting best practices known at the time."

The council member discusses the SCOTUS decision to expand workplace anti-discrimination protections to sexual orientation and gender identity.

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