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Tristen's Hope Foundation board members say they "take all inappropriate behavior seriously" in a Facebook post announcing the decision to cancel events.

Revised plan incorporates fewer raised medians after economic impact study and conversations with business owners. 

Springfield City Council holds first hearings on handful of rezoning measures. 

Alex Riley says he wants to change a culture of "personality conflicts" disrupting the Missouri House.

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month for a live interview with one of 12 local professionals handpicked by our editorial team.

A mismatch between available housing units in the city and the income levels of those who reside in them was one of the chief issues raised in a housing study presented to Springfield City Council at its Dec. 5 luncheon.

Developers seek opportunities for higher-density structures.

Newsmakers in the areas of law, municipal, nonprofit and recreation.

Springfield is included on the list of eligible urban areas.

The company, which has an office in Springfield, is combining with Salt Lake City-based Snow Christensen & Martineau.

An initiative called Nixa 2045 is designed to guide decision-making, development and infrastructure projects.

Nine businesspeople share philosophies at 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

Sen. Karla Eslinger is scheduled to start as leader of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in mid-2024.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks examines a pattern of alleged improper behavior among state House speakers.

Blighted building report is a starting point for proactive enforcement, according to Councilmember Brandon Jenson.

State Treasurer Vivek Malek responds to a recent Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System board decision.

Streamlined permitting process reduces wait, officials say.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, engineering, law and nonprofit.

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.

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