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The company first needs an annexation and rezoning on West Bypass.

Fazoli’s Franchisee Jamie Jacobsen and his wife Donna, have wanted to help local not-for-profit organizations since they started 24 years ago. Jacobsen says they also learned the their guest …

Keith Noble admits he knew about embezzlement conspiracy but did nothing while reaping the benefits.

Resident concerns delay plans for a mixed-use center northwest of Sequiota Park.

The company asks City Council to annex and rezone a proposed site.

“What we’ve tried to accomplish is more of an experience,” says David Burnett, Mt. Vernon Community Bank President, Mid-Missouri Bank. Burnett says customers should feel free to come in and use …

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

A new Missouri law regarding how meat – and faux meat – is packaged and labeled is facing pushback.

Assessed value of district to grow by more than 1,000 percent if approved.

A plan to expand rural internet service takes another step forward.

City earmarks $5.7 million to improve parks, sidewalks and the forthcoming O’Reilly Center for Hope.

Roughly $1.2 million project will supplement existing ag center in Mount Vernon.

Gov. Mike Parson signs a proclamation for the General Assembly to meet Sept. 10-14.

“A lot of employers don’t realize that vending can be an extension of their employee benefits,” says Emily Kinney of Kinney Vending. Kinney says businesses can use their vending program to …

Jenna Bush Hager is slated to visit Springfield later this month.

Steve Kitrel, Regional Manager with USA Mortgage, says there are several factors to consider when a realtor selects a lender. Kitrel says you should find a relationship-based lender that treats you …

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, law, marketing and nonprofit.

Court document references inspector’s warning of a sinking boat.

City Council tables two rezoning plans and increases the real and personal property tax rate.

August graduation was the fourth in what is expected to be a long line of capstone ceremonies.

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