Face coverings will be required in public spaces beginning July 16.
The funding pays for COVID-19 expenses already incurred by the Springfield health system.
Annual festival organizers cite COVID-19 concerns as the primary reason.
The annual event honors 22 businesspeople.
The newest aid adds to $1.3 million already issued.
Justin Burnett seeks the seat currently held by Jan Fisk.
CASA of Southwest Missouri Executive Director Laura Farmer sounds the alarm on budget reductions to the Department of Social Services’ Children’s Division.
The Price Cutter Charity Championship is scheduled for play without spectators.
SBJ Features Editor Christine Temple joins health experts in calling for City Council to pass a face mask mandate.
General Motors announced it would lay off workers at its Wentzville assembly plant near St. Louis.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis named a new chief operating officer.
The Washington Redskins will change its name after facing backlash, a source familiar with the matter told ESPN.
Walmart is adding so-called health ambassadors to the front of select stores nationwide.
Costco is keeping coronavirus senior hours in place indefinitely after a surge in cases.
Analog Devices announced it would acquire rival chipmaker Maxim Integrated Products for nearly $21 billion.
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma sold $9.6 billion worth of shares in the Chinese e-commerce company.
A sealed copy of "Super Mario Bros." brought in $114,000 at auction.
The Kansas City Business Journal compiled a report on the industries that received the most Paycheck Protection Program loans in the city.
A St. Louis-area man was indicted for allegedly evading taxes when operating an automotive warranty company.
Protestors gather downtown June 6 to support a widespread call for an end to racism and social injustice following the recent death of George Floyd.
“Are we going to let the last five months impact the next 20 years going forward?”
—Randall Whitman of the city of Springfield, on the impact of COVID-19 on Forward SGF
New products and stores are on tap this year for Goodman Manufacturing.
After a three-month public pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, city officials have begun crafting a vision for the next 20 years in Springfield.