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Andrew Bailey, the governor's general counsel, is promoted.
N.L. “Mac” McCartney, 99, was a council member in the late 1980s and early '90s.
Meeting includes bills to blight Grant Avenue area and revisit 7 Brew permit.
BK&M LLC, the development group seeking to rezone the northwest corner of Sunshine Street and National Avenue, unveiled architectural renderings of its mixed-use concept at an event it hosted Nov. 7 at DoubleTree by Hilton.
The initiative sets course for Springfield’s land use and development.
David Mercer is scheduled to start in the role on Dec. 1.
T. Todd Myers is selected as a circuit judge for the 31st Judicial Circuit.
Jimmy Liles says cuts to the Parks and Police departments may be on the way.
Three other local tax issues also are decided on Election Day.
Amendment 3 levies a 6% retail sales tax on recreational weed.
Over 70% of citywide voters said no to a mixed-use development adjacent to Sequiota Park.
Eric Schmitt's win for the U.S. Senate is among high-profile results.
Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, insurance, law, marketing and nonprofit.
The commission approved $825,794 for 69 small businesses.
Ginger Gooch is joining the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District.
Curtis Marshall writes in support of the Galloway ballot measure.
The U.S. senator is MSU's Bronze Bear recipient, and the Hamra Enterprises businessperson receives the Key to the City.
Husch Blackwell's Laura Robinson and Brent Meyer: "If you want to build in this market, all parties need to engage in creative risk-sharing mechanisms to get projects done."
Attorney Stephen F. Aton: "While you have a right to a jury trial, you may wish to consider whether your goals would be better met by the arbitration process."
Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.