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Ripley settles cases as Ride the Ducks anniversary nears

More than 30 lawsuits are in settlement negotiations.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, government, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

Columnist Andy Drennan warns about Congress changing IRA rules.

Among the $1 million issued, IDF takes advantage by upgrading its Monett plant.

CoxHealth and Mercy officials say they will not be certifying use of the drug.

Potential facility operators apply for city zoning approvals.

A contractor for the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance pleads guilty to claiming wages for work she didn’t perform.

The legislation authorizes funding for the governor’s Fast Track program.

Jeremy Hutchinson admits he accepted bribes from nonprofit officials.

U-Haul also plans to retrofit the former Napleton Autowerks dealership.

The ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China presents a mixed bag for local industries.

The hiring event hosted by American Legion is designed to fill up to 400 job openings.

More than 63,000 people visit in the last 12 months as officials prepare for a $19 million master plan.

It’s the largest amount among six other incubators in the state.

An amendment last night clarifies individual sales of tobacco products.

The man led a conspiracy to distribute more than 5,300 kilograms of methamphetamine.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2019 Day in the Life series gives a glimpse into the world of community powerhouse leaders.

SBJ shadows Springfield's Planning and Development director.

The Outland downtown is among those given the green light.

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