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City investing $325K on C-Street parking lot improvements

Work at Campbell Avenue and Pacific Street is scheduled to start next week.

The federal government alleges Michael Felts used millions of dollars in federal relief funds for residential home purchases and improvements rather than eatery expenses.

H Design Group is among businesses also tapped to receive federal funds.

Elevation Enterprises' project, which is opposed by the neighborhood association, is up for a vote in November.

He's the fourth person to be recognized under Mayor Ken McClure's five-year tenure.

Andrew Doolittle is a partner in a Grant Avenue Parkway project that recently received a zoning variance. 

SBJ interviews Republic's deputy city administrator.

However, nonfarm payroll ranks decrease in August.

A mobile integrated health care unit is being created.

Rate increases are on deck for three years beginning in fiscal 2024.

Randall Halley at one point was the top doctor in Missouri prescribing the fentanyl drug Subsys, according to court documents.

Carrie Long receives jail time and an order of restitution for a $1.3 million theft and tax scheme.

Crawford, Murphy & Tilly is expected to have recommendations by summer 2024.

Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick: "I want Missourians to have the financial tools to achieve their goals without accruing burdensome debt."

Former state government exec transitions to MSU leadership.

City and county collaboration is proposed for the $4.8 million facility.

Two veterans in the wellness industry teamed up for their first ownership venture; Triple Diamond Real Estate LLC moved; and the Springfield-Greene County Library District opened Library Express East.

Business owners with cameras on site may add themselves to the registry, as can homeowners with doorbell or mounted security cameras.

The commission approves $785,000 for small businesses.

Becky Borthwick heads to state Court of Appeals, while Jerry Harmison fills local vacancy.

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