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A giving milestone was reached in November as Community Foundation of the Ozarks Inc. announced it reached $500 million in grants and distributions since its inception in 1973.

Plans were solidified for two public-private partnership projects in 2021: the Grant Avenue Parkway and Renew Jordan Creek.

Costco Wholesale Corp.’s (Nasdaq: COST) entry in Springfield can be summed up by Mayor Ken McClure’s proclamation: “The rumors are true.”

The faces of leadership in the Ozarks’ health care scene saw transitions announced this year that will extend into 2022.

Missouri’s medical marijuana industry got off to a slow start this year but picked up momentum as dozens of businesses across the state began operations.  

In a short span, Springfield had two multimillion-dollar youth sports complexes in the works across town from one another.

Two of Springfield’s well-known banking institutions announced a planned tie-up in a deal valued at roughly $151.6 million.

In 2021, major projects in Republic came to fruition, letting other potential developers know the city is open for business.

Just a year after the COVID-19 pandemic led to large-scale shutdowns, vaccines became available to all Missouri adults in April and have since expanded to kids over 5. The Food and Drug Administration approved emergency use authorizations for three vaccines, which were developed with unprecedented speed, as local health officials worked to overcome vaccine hesitancy.

The nature of work changed in 2021, a year many thought of as post-pandemic, though COVID-19 raged on. While many businesses shuttered temporarily – and some permanently – as a precaution against the coronavirus in 2020, this year saw most businesses attempt a return to normalcy.

Introducing a new podcast that explores how companies and CEOs are taking ownership of our community in various ways. We’re telling the stories about how giving back is helping to grow …

The downtown Springfield staple is expanding to the neighboring city.

Wisper ISP can serve more than 13,000 households with the installations.

DiGiacinto Italian Restaurant is on the market.

John Kennedy leads the school that helps adult learners earn their high school diplomas.

Ethelmae Humphreys, a longtime leader of TAMKO Building Products, died Monday. She was 94.

Harry Reid, one of the longest-serving U.S. Senate majority leaders in history, died Dec. 28. He was 82.

John Madden, a professional football icon who was a Hall of Fame coach and broadcaster, died Tuesday morning. He was 85.

A pro-democracy media outlet in Hong Kong has shut its doors.

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