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City seeks feedback on use of C-Street TIF funds

Alleyway and parking improvements, as well as signage installations, are planned.

Harlan Hill leaves the position he’s held for two years.

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 …

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

Jamie Tillman discusses her plans after being denied medical marijuana dispensary licenses.

After two decades as a prosecutor, he’s taking the bench in Greene County.

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.

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

Rezoning cases for two south Springfield developments were brought before council.

Robert Spence is receiving care at CoxHealth, according to his family.

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

Public funding to the tune of $1 million will go toward the new Behavioral Crisis Center.

Neil Slagle succeeds Jeff Coiner, who took a job last year at MSU.

Defendant Steve Martin says his company is working with its customers to resolve the matter.

John “Scott” Hardwick admits he withheld more than $300,000 from the IRS.

A city official suggests removing a sunset provision set to take effect next month.

Residents are asked for feedback through Imagine Nixa.

Robert Spence is honored by Mayor Ken McClure.

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