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Habitat postpones event, starts online fundraising

The nonprofit’s 15th annual Tool Belts and Bow Ties event was scheduled for this evening.

A spokesman cites the coronavirus and the city-county stay-at-home order.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issues a cease-and-desist letter for selling face masks at inflated prices.

The mayors of Nixa and Ozark also sign measures as the Greene County edict takes effect.

Prospective students are no longer required to take standardized tests.

Its stainless steel work is considered essential manufacturing.

The company's founder and CEO hopes to bring back the 10 employees within 90 days.

In an exclusive interview, Steve Edwards also warns hospital bottom lines are under severe stress.

Eighteen cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Greene County.

City staff has created a five-year proposal for funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Springfield Contractors Association also calls on members to donate masks to hospitals during COVID-19 crisis.

Taney County also discloses its first positive coronavirus case.

Seventeen cases have been reported by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department.

With 61 years in public health and public service, Harold Bengsch has led Greene County through many crises. Today, it's through his role in the county commission, but he previously led the Springfield-Greene County Health Department for two decades.

Springfield-area event calendars, usually packed with spring activities, are instead filled with cancellations and postponements as the impact of the new coronavirus intensifies.

Advisers recommend employers implement paid sick leave and telecommuting guidelines.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, education, government, manufacturing, media, municipal and nonprofit.

More than 1,100 new miles of fiber-optic lines are in the process of being installed throughout Springfield.

March 23 marks the first day of the Missouri General Assembly’s legislative spring break, and lawmakers say the likelihood of a productive session is growing slim with the threat of the coronavirus.

Christian County is down to one COVID-19 case after an investigation.

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