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Through her nonprofit, she’s committed to expanding diversity in technology.

The information technology industry is growing faster than the national workforce can keep up. Springfield isn’t immune.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, education, government, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.

Nonprofit leaders say the homeless cycle is fueled by a lack of affordable housing and employment options.

Half of survey respondents plan to add full-time staff, but qualification challenges persist.

Local employees take home an average $838 per week in the third quarter.

Half of Momentum respondents expect to add full-time staff in the next year, but majority report difficulty filling positions.

Paula Adams, president of Penmac, says they try to help clients find gainful employment regardless of whether they have a permanent address. She says they partner with Council of Churches to try …

The decision follows the buyout of the newspaper’s parent company.

Springfield is not required to pay back more than $245,000.

Greene County is doubling down to address a bottleneck in the local criminal justice system after a pilot program last fall helped shorten the list of people in jail waiting for legal defense.

The school also looks to add satellite campuses.

4 by 4 Brewing has doubled its barrel production in the last year in a growing craft beer market.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, community, construction, education, government, health care, law and nonprofit.

Community members are shaping priorities for Springfield’s new comprehensive plan.

WalletHub publishes a list ranking ethnoracial, linguistic and birthplace diversity.

Parks play a large role in our quality of life, from creating memories to generating more than $15 million in annual visitor spending. Diana Tyndall, marketing & sponsorship coordinator with the …

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, agriculture, banking and finance, construction, education, government, health care, law, technology and transportation.

City officials have begun the process for a new comprehensive plan dubbed Forward SGF.

Among cities statewide, the Queen City falls short to Joplin.

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