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High lumber prices drag on contractors

Builders predict costs will remain elevated well into 2021.

A report indicates Springfield's rental growth rate is second fastest in nation over last decade.

Aquarium at the Boardwalk debuts after nearly two years of construction work.

Work on two road crossings is in motion on way to connecting Springfield and Ozark.

Nonfarm payroll ranks rise by 6,400 jobs in October.

The Missouri Job Center seeks feedback for seventh-annual survey.

The Greene County Commission approves more than $264,000 in latest round.

However, the area has the lowest weekly average among the largest counties in the state.

A RentCafe analysis of Census data finds an increase of 11 percentage points 2010-19.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The third-generation, family-owned business is building on the city’s west side.

The $40 million academic building will bear the name of Robert W. Plaster.

Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce announces the award during virtual event today.

Gov. Parson is among officials set to attend Thursday’s ceremony.

The city is asked to provide $4.4 million toward project infrastructure in expanded development plan.

Community members can fill out survey or request in person meeting to discuss feedback

The project was completed over four years and three phases.

Vintage Paris is set to expand Nov. 16.

Rankings released this morning reveal the best and worst places for U.S. military veterans to live out of the largest 100 cities in America. The top two cities are Orlando, Florida, No. 1, and …

State ranks fifth nationally, and companies say it's an attraction tool for the city.

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