Monica Horton of Springfield City Council discusses the city’s proposed recreational marijuana tax.
The Springfield businessperson admits to his role in a nearly $14 million wire fraud scheme involving pandemic stimulus funds, federal prosecutors announce.
The local marijuana business acquires an existing company in Lee's Summit.
Buc-ee’s is a magnet for satellite development, city official says.
Life360 Church officials respond to a recent report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Rhonda Lewsader has worked for the municipality for more than two decades.
Proceeds from the 3% tax would fund public safety, addiction prevention and treatment, mental health services and housing.
The 30-year plan includes new buildings and multiple renovations and upgrades.
Former BCFO leader opens new office through private company.
The awards recognize excellence in business, including employee and revenue volumes and impact on the community.
Organizations are recognized for years in business, and Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Roy Blunt.
Company officials cite his aviation industry oversight during his time in public service.
A property care team to be activated in 2024 is one of the chief proposals of the city of Springfield’s Nuisance Property Work Group. Rental inspections are another.
More affordable housing may present a parking shortage.
The Hamra Enterprises CEO says he's "seriously considering a run for governor."
Previous operator Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks is engaged in litigation with the state.
Art Zone LLC, Launch Virtual Learning Center and The Permit Shop relocated.