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Missouri Prime Beef Packers discloses decision impacting 335 employees in state WARN notice.

An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

Scramblers restaurant is the top recipient in the latest round.

Voters in April are slated to decide on the mayor’s term of office and code of ethics changes for city personnel.

Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.

College’s student aid via program jumps 263% for 2022-23.

Developers say city needs a variety of housing types to meet demand.

The state senator from Springfield is set to be on the ballot in the August primary.

A cannabis industry firm in Michigan is rolling out a rebranding of the dispensary to High Profile.

Average weekly wages were $1,054 in Greene County during the three-month period last year.

The funding from the Missouri Technology Corp. goes toward the Innovate SOMO initiative.

“We need to make the city of Springfield easier to work with.” That was the opening salvo in remarks by Don Harkey, owner and CEO of People Centric Consulting Group LLC, at the Feb. 12 meeting of Springfield City Council.

Police begin enforcement without delay, chief says.

Springfield needs more people to invest in blighted properties and bring them back into the housing stock, according to Brock Rowe, director of the city’s Building Development Services department.

The funding is part of nearly $1 billion awarded nationwide.

Owner says negotiations continue, but he and the city remain far apart on terms. 

The Associated General Contractors of Missouri and the state’s highway department commit to developing an innovative transportation system in the state.

Police chief says enforcement will begin immediately to shut down hundreds of devices throughout the city. 

A combined home for the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office and jail is coming to fruition in Mount Vernon.

Funding for the environmental examination was included in the governor's budget approved last summer.

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