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Activist group makes case for funding housing needs.

The decision also means delay in consideration by Planning & Zoning Commission.

Newsmakers in the areas of cannabis, education, health care, human resources, manufacturing, marketing, nonprofit and real estate.

Mason Roller, 30, is accused of allegedly taking money for work that was not performed.

Matthew Hamner and Philip Fuhrman are appointed by the governor.

City aims to solve vacancy problem with new incentives.

Spencer Fane attorney Ben Shantz: "Business owners must be certain that they protect themselves through good contract drafting and stay informed about changes in Missouri law."

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses Republican infighting in the state Senate.

Mayor Ken McClure and spokesperson Cora Scott are co-hosts of SGF Local Matters.

The Winning for Missouri Education coalition announces collection of 100,000 signatures.

The pro-voting rights organization supports Scott Crise, Danielle Kincaid and Susan Provance.

Senate bill proposes top degrees from other public universities.

Taxing district would fund improvements to shopping center’s interior and exterior roads.

An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

Scramblers restaurant is the top recipient in the latest round.

Voters in April are slated to decide on the mayor’s term of office and code of ethics changes for city personnel.

Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.

The state senator from Springfield is set to be on the ballot in the August primary.

A cannabis industry firm in Michigan is rolling out a rebranding of the dispensary to High Profile.

“We need to make the city of Springfield easier to work with.” That was the opening salvo in remarks by Don Harkey, owner and CEO of People Centric Consulting Group LLC, at the Feb. 12 meeting of Springfield City Council.

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