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A ribbon-cutting event marks the ceremonial opening of the 251 Champagne Blvd. facility.

The submission by Branco came after the city pushed back the deadline for bids twice.

Ray Leonard Marple admits to stealing from a trust fund under his control.

Bontiea and Tom Goss additionally are ordered to pay nearly $4.4 million.

The commission approves 31 awards for small businesses.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks reflects on the history of speakers in the state House.

Downtown problems partly a product of perception, officials say.

Wesley Young starts in the role next month.

The utility's president and CEO expects to exit the role early next year.

In a report to City Council, Director Taj Suleyman says his office plans to change its name to the Office of Belonging and Intercultural Development. 

As federal government touts potential economic benefits, U.S. Chamber of Commerce vows to file suit.

Springfield’s governing body expands co-responder effort and mulls reinstating jail diversion program. 

Brock Rowe offers eight ideas for addressing dangerous property in the city.

Drew Douglas starts as Joplin’s director of communications and marketing next week.

Springfield City Council enacted an ordinance outlawing cash-prize devices in February.

Roy Holand, former state legislator: "For those citizens bold enough to offer public comments, a more respectful and informational exchange could occur with the BOE adoption of the hearing policy used by the local city council and state legislature."

Plan set to transform 7.5 acres in north Springfield.

City officials and engineering consultants outline $32M project costs and schedule at community meeting.

Bill Darr is recognized for his agribusiness work.

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