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Growth is reported at 10.4% in 2019.

“Every client should be treated as a client for life,” says Lance Garrett, vice president of the Springfield Division of Crossland Construction. From the design phase through replacing worn …

The first customers will begin receiving access to gigabit internet through a partnership with CenturyLink, says Gary Gibson.

City and federal efforts are attempting to aid first-time homebuyers.

Council hears next step on Jefferson Avenue Footbridge and votes to join new energy district.

Todd Myers succeeds Becky Borthwick, who was promoted last year.

Sam Smith assumes his new role on Feb. 1.

The governor calls on a $100 million rainy day fund.

The county commissioner will exit at year’s end.

The governmental body considers a request that would pave the way for single-family units.

Alex Holden has been missing since New Year’s Eve.

Zim Schwartze steps into Missouri Capitol Police job after previous chief was fired.

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources grants a hazardous waste permit.

At least two entrepreneurs have been granted a license for infused-product manufacturing in Springfield.

Spending more than 35 years in the city’s planning and development department, Mary Lilly Smith has seen the evolution of Springfield firsthand.

Expected expenses are $233.7 million.

Three facilities are operating without a business license, city officials say.

The former state senator takes the seat formerly held by the late Virginia Fry.

The company plans to sell or close three stores outside of the Springfield market.

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