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The city of Springfield will use the 180 days to seek public input and develop project plans.

Gov. Mike Parson announced in July he’s making $77 million of the federal coronavirus relief money available to Missouri businesses and nonprofits.

Greene County officials say they are ready to expedite the process after a delay.

Three taxing districts are slated to generate $15.6 million in public improvements across the city.

The majority of this year’s companies receiving top honors are among the most affected industries by COVID-19: restaurant, hospitality and health care.

Walking into Harold Bengsch’s Greene County office, it doesn’t take long to see the sign: “There is no limit to what can be accomplished when it doesn’t matter who gets the credit.”

More than 650 federal loans in excess of $150,000 were dispersed to Springfield businesses by early July.

The annual ceremony, held with virtual and in-person viewing parties, also honors 10 businesses and individuals

Former councilperson and attorney Kristi Fulnecky represents the plaintiff.

Hundreds of positions are available, organizers say.

Nonprofits and community organizations are the first allowed to submit requests for funds.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, municipal and nonprofit.

Beginning July 16, face coverings are now required in public spaces in Springfield.

Olsson Inc. is the civil engineer for a $500 million health care facility on the Fort Leonard Wood Army base that is estimated to serve 34,000 people.

How to navigate through this crisis and prepare for the next.

When the coronavirus pandemic took hold on the local economy, it put business plans to the ultimate test.

Officials caution all public locations are now potential sources of exposure.

After eight hours of public comments, staff presentations and debate, the vote is moved to July 28.

The development has been met with resistance from the neighborhood over the last few years.

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