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It's part of a $10 million round of funding.

The plaintiffs' attorney plans to file a complaint in federal court.

A mixed-use development plan that’s been opposed by neighborhood members since 2018 is scheduled for a vote next month.

The project for Greene County will renovate the existing courtroom and build precast concrete holding cells.

The new Greene County Sheriff’s Office and Jail will be able to house 1,244 inmates, up from 709 at the current jail.

The Greene County Commission began chipping away at the $34.4 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act funds this month when it announced the first round of awarded grants.

Litigation continues in the case seeking to overturn the district's reopening plan.

The "good" rating does not cover the Greene County Commission or the sheriff's office.

The government official discusses economic development and inclusivity for SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.

The vote was 3-2 in favor, though four votes were needed.

Local suits will set state precedent, attorneys say.

Council also approves two advisory teams for the Forward SGF comprehensive planning process.

The commission gives the green light for nearly $4.1 million in the first round of grants.

SBJ honors leaders in industries such as health care, law and nonprofit.

Julia King takes over for Kevin McConnell, who moved out of his district.

The developer of the mixed-used project has sought rezoning since 2018.

The attraction is expected to produce at least 450 jobs.

Twenty are celebrated in the 10th annual event.

Britton Jobe thrives as an advocate for Springfield.

Throughout his 17 years of law experience, David Healy has served in multiple community capacities from private and public law to leading nonprofit organizations.

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