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Expected expenses are $233.7 million.

Three facilities are operating without a business license, city officials say.

The former state senator takes the seat formerly held by the late Virginia Fry.

The company plans to sell or close three stores outside of the Springfield market.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, health care, law, manufacturing and retail.

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

Family law attorney John Pratt has over 50 years of legal experience, mainly in private practice.

Congressman Billy Long, R-Mo., has served as the U.S. representative for Missouri’s 7th Congressional District since 2011.

William “Bill” Ralph Hass was 83 years old.

The SBJ editorial team went hunting again for the coolest office spaces in the Springfield area.

This isn’t your run-of-the-mill law office.

Nearly a dozen local applications were submitted to the state for the competitive license.

The state will next announce selections for cultivation facilities.

The governing body also hears a bill on sewer rate increases.

SBJ discusses the blooming industry with stakeholders.

Newsmakers in the areas of construction, government, health care, law, municipal and nonprofit.

Missouri’s medical marijuana program has yet to officially launch, yet efforts already are underway to legalize recreational use in the state.

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

In the last week of the 2019 Missouri legislative session, Gov. Mike Parson achieved one of his top priorities to fund the Fast Track grant program.

Local and national interest in Missouri’s burgeoning medical marijuana industry blazed through state expectations this year.

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