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Foundation awards $196K to SPS

Educators receive 96 grants districtwide.

Additional markets are on the horizon for the Springfield public accounting firm.

SBJ analyzes economic survey data results.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, automotive, banking & finance, education, law, nonprofit, real estate and technology.

Piatchek & Associates' Kenny Gott: "If you’ve been flying blind until now, it’s time to get some clarity."

BKD's Erica Smith: "It’s shaping up to be a very busy fall season for Congress as the Biden administration works to pass a budget that includes many programs from his campaign platform."

CFP Paula Dougherty says "it can be helpful to examine your money mindset, look for patterns that may interfere with your personal goals and replace what hinders you with more productive habits."

Michael Dismer engaged in a $4 million fraud scheme, prosecutors say.

SBJ interviews the managing director of Synergy Wealth Solutions Inc.

The university's board votes on how to spend the latest COVID-19 funds.

Council will consider accepting federal grant funding at its Sept. 20 meeting. 

The Ozarks Food Harvest fundraiser collects nearly $255,000 over the weekend.

City Utilities of Springfield presents annual budget.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, construction, education, law, marketing and utility.

Workplace fundraiser kicks off with new goals.

The past year-plus has seen noticeable growth for The Bank of Missouri, with the company boosting its presence in the Springfield area.

Two Men and a Truck is assisting the Springfield nonprofit’s efforts.

The funds are earmarked for providing in-home family support in eight counties.

The behavioral health care system's minimum hourly pay rises to $15.

The nearly 5,000 banks report $70.4 billion in combined profits.

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