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The city of Springfield and Greene County Commission began reopening nearly all businesses beginning May 4 in its Road to Recovery plan.

Businesses restart with new rules in place amid the coronavirus pandemic.

City also approves tax increment financing plan for IDEA Commons redevelopment.

Grocery stores and restaurants are on the list of potential exposure sites.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks points to “bloated whales” and power given to the governor as examples.

It specifically differs from the city on religious services.

Local government leaders amend the Road to Recovery plan to also expand public gatherings.

The funding is earmarked for the utility company's transit service.

Company officials cite the impact of the COVID-19 crisis as earnings and sales drop.

Upon voter approval in August, the city also would impose permit fees for payday loan companies.

Attorney Andy Peebles says "it has become painfully clear over the past few weeks of the COVID-19 era that the standard way of doing business has evolved."

Columnist Lynne Haggerman unpacks the legislation.

The attorney says COVID-19 has caused more fear than any health or economic crisis in his 35-year career.

Casting a ballot is shaping up to look very different for Missourians in 2020.

As the state begins to ease its stay-at-home orders, local employers are beginning to consider how to bring staff back to empty workplaces.

But state officials say $1B is in the coffers, the highest on record.

Local hosts aren't expecting summer travelers for their lucrative side businesses.

Paycheck Protection Program funds help small businesses.

With business reopening in sight, officials allow curbside pickup and delivery to resume.

Bars, taprooms and movie theaters are among those that remain shuttered as other companies restart operations.

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