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The assets of late hotelier John Q. Hammons transferred to his largest creditor in 2018 through a settlement reached in bankruptcy court. In recent years, a local development group has discussed purchasing a handful of those assets in a multifaceted deal that involves the city of Springfield and possible incentives, according to documents from the municipality.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued the final ruling of its Pregnant Workers Fairness Act on April 15, with the rule going into effect June 18. Companies with at least 15 employees must provide reasonable accommodations for known limitations regarding pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition.

The legislation includes funding for Interstate 44 work.

Collections from the city of Springfield’s 3% sales tax on adult-use marijuana are lagging, with multiple dispensaries failing to remit the tax in the first three months of collections.

Reporter Karen Craigo writes up government and development coverage and analysis.

An updated Lawrence County Health Department facility is under construction in a new development area on the south side of Mount Vernon, according to project officials.

Restaurant and retail use eyed at high-traffic corridor.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The MSU president is recognized as he nears his retirement from the university.

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

Bernadean McAfee seeks the District 132 seat currently held by Crystal Quade, who is running for governor.

The municipality encourages users to unfollow the account that has over 18,000 followers.

An employee since 2015, Joshua Best most recently served as museum affairs officer over audience development.

The Sisters LLC is moving forward with plans for a restaurant in the shadow of a historic mill and silo at Chestnut Expressway and National Avenue. 

Changes were made to the project after the initial design was rejected.

Officials expect the 397 E. Central St. library to be offline for around 10 months.

Rule would impact one-fifth of US workforce.

A new 330,000-square-foot building is in the works, CEO Pavel Bosovik tells SBJ. 

Half of cannabis retailers did not remit voter-approved sales tax in first two months.

The architecture firm submits new proposal after city of Ozark's governing board voted against initial design.

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