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City officials have begun the process for a new comprehensive plan dubbed Forward SGF.

“Every client should be treated as a client for life,” says Lance Garrett, vice president of the Springfield Division of Crossland Construction. From the design phase through replacing worn …

They said it. We're reporting it. Fifteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2020.

Reflecting on 2019, the SBJ newsroom selected the top 10 stories that impacted Queen City business.

Banking, education, health care and nonprofit industries are among those represented.

The Springfield franchisee of Cincinnati-based Pet Wants began a brick-and-mortar store; SpringHill Suites by Marriott-Springfield North opened; and longtime Farmers Insurance agent Robert “Dewayne” Merritt started a Springfield agency.

John Russell seeks to retain his seat after being appointed this year by Gov. Mike Parson.

Cody Askins and Landon McCarter have built a vast audience, but their product is hardly known in Springfield.

Insurance agent Chuck Chalender succeeds financial adviser Dennis Heim.

Clay Trautman’s The Cast Group flips and renovates houses.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, civic, education, energy, insurance and law.

A new Missouri law allows the self-funded health plan to roll out to more employers.

“A lot has to be done within 72 hours,” says Keke Rover, Director of Ambassadors for Children. School enrollment, court dates and finding daycare are several issues a foster parent must …

Ten Springfield-area companies make it on the fast-growth list.

A group of legislators led by Sen. Eric Burlison, R-Battlefield, began evaluating the state’s retirement systems last month.

Kenny Gott: "Getting more Social Security money – or potentially much less depending on how and when you claim – may have a significant effect on your retirement comfort, for the rest of your life."

Richard Ollis: "If your business doesn’t have a robust plan for attracting and retaining talent, you will be at a significant disadvantage in the marketplace."

Tom Jensen says he helps businesses utilize benefits to attract and retain their workforce.

Missouri’s leadership is working to provide more affordable options to its residents.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

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