• Police News Briefing-Shooting of Springfield Officer

    A Springfield Police officer received serious injuries when shot in the line of duty this morning. Our thoughts and prayers are with the officer and all of our colleagues at SPD. The health of this officer and the privacy and support of the family are our primary concern at this time. This new conference was held today at 4 pm at the Public Safety Center.

     
  • MOmentum 2015 Summary -The State of the Workforce Luncheon.

    Interviews and highlights of The State of the Workforce Luncheon.

     
  • Girls On Fire

    Do you have what it takes to be a Springfield firefighter? We want to encourage women all across the Ozarks to explore firefighting as a career option.

     
  • SGF 2014 Year In Review

    2014…it went by so fast. Enjoy this look back to the past year in Springfield.

     
  • Chasing Platinum Project

    Alternative Opportunities, Inc., in collaboration with the City of Springfield’s Department of Workforce Development, was recently awarded a $40,000 grant from Chase to provide career readiness testing via ACT’s National Career Readiness program (NCRC) to students in underserved rural communities. The program will launch first in Stone and Taney counties, enabling those communities to get closer to Certified Work Ready Community status. The Missouri Career Center will also employ its Mobile Career Center to reach the students and also to […]

     
  • Festival of Lights Kickoff – 2014

    Springfield’s annual Festival of Lights, kicked off at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22 at Jordan Valley Park. Mayor Bob Stephens signaled the start of the holiday season by lighting a 33-foot Norway spruce, located in the park, east of the Mediacom Ice Park. The musical tree and surrounding park will be lit up with thousands of lights.

     
 

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