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Organization hosts Sept. 27 information event for ballot issue.

Board of Aldermen approves initial term sheet to begin negotiations.

Officials expect to open Bussey-Cox-Lipscomb Hall to students in 2020.

The developer seeks to rezone 6 acres at Campbell Avenue and Weaver Road to multifamily residential.

Proposal at Grand Palace is under city review months after saying no to public financing for Branson Adventures.

The nonprofit Prosper Springfield will now take the lead on future Zone 1 initiatives.

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“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “I think a lot of people don’t know where to volunteer or how to get involved,” says Mitch …

TommyHawks Axe House opened; Missouri Air National Guard started its first recruiting office in Springfield; and Primrose Marketplace sold.

Milton Cranford admits he paid Arkansas legislators to steer state funding toward Preferred Family Healthcare.

“I think the biggest barrier to solar installation is making sure you’re fully informed on what you’re buying, says Leroy Schaefer with Sunbelt Environmental Services. Leroy says whether it’s …

Workforce incentive grant program clears House committee.

Alleged conflicts of interest are the basis of planned investigation.

Local figures line up with most of Missouri, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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