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Fishing retail shop Modern Outdoor Tackle moved; Healthy Spot LLC opened; and Springfield law firm Strong, Garner & Bauer PC changed names and moved its office.

Data presented to Springfield City Council by Police Chief Paul Williams on Nov. 20 show a diminishing number of crimes against persons in the city. His report covered the first three quarters of the year, a period ending Sept. 30.

Steve Childers to lead city’s key growth initiatives, including Forward SGF.

Lynn Rowe, 79, had a five-decade career in law enforcement and the longest stint on record for SPD.

Data show crime is on the wane, but community members sound a warning about an uptick in violence. 

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

Steve Childers is tapped to lead the Department of Planning and Development.

Rep. Melanie Stinnett, R-Springfield: "With final approval now in place, let us unite as Missourians in celebrating this huge step forward, recognizing that by caring for new mothers during their postpartum journey, we are sowing the seeds of a healthier and more family-friendly Missouri for generations to come."

The Dec. 8 hiring event is geared toward people exiting prison.

DRS Contracting is among five Midwest home renovation companies that agree to pay fines for alleged violations of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act.

Samantha Payne joins Springfield's government as development project facilitator.

Issue pits workplace safety against residents’ right to access facilities.

The chamber's political action committee in partnership with the HBA is going away amid a shift in engagement with council candidates.

Neighborhood preservation is cited as a reason for the new process informing both tenants and owners of pending alcohol sales. 

Kimberly Hoffer awaits sentencing in litigation involving multiple defendants.

The company now known as Strong Law PC moves to Hammons Tower.

Jordan Paul is scheduled to start in the role on Jan. 2.

Judge Ginger Gooch is selected for a recent vacancy on Missouri’s highest court.

The Greene County Commission authorizes its latest federal stimulus funds for small businesses.

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