Two new industrial developments could bring activity, jobs to Springfield
A country lane and quiet pasture could be giving way to some bustling industries.
The City Council will soon be voting on separate annexation and rezoning measures. Approval of the bills would pave the way for at least two new heavy manufacturing developments on Farm Road 199 south of Kearney Street.
First would be a new SRC facility. SRC is a re-manufacturing company with several facilities spread ...
Hitchhiker attacks Good Samaritan who stops to give him a ride
A Carroll County man is in custody after the sheriff's office says he tied a man to a tree and beat him up.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office says Charles Taylor of Eureka Springs was driving down County Road 717 when he stopped to pick up a hitchhiker.
The sheriff's office says Taylor knew the man who has been identified as Jeffrey Matlock.
While giving Matlock a ride ...
Scam of the Week: Don't fall for the trademark trick
If you work for or own a business with a logo, crooks are sending you a bill.
You need more than just good ingredients, an experienced cook and fine sauces to make a Springfield-famous lunch.
"You become very protective of it," said Wing Yee Leong.
Perfecting a dish takes decades. Wing Yee Leong says serving excellent food on each plate keeps the doors open.
"It's your reputation. You trademark ...
Beautiful sunsets tonight
Rain chances increase this week ...
Blancharde appears in Greene Co. court; detective says she met boyfriend on Christian dating site
A woman from Springfield made her first court appearance in Greene County on Monday morning for the murder of her mother. Gypsy Blancharde, 23, is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the stabbing death of Clauddinea "Dee Dee" Blancharde, 48.
Dee Dee's body was found in her home just north of Springfield on June 14. Law enforcement officers arrested Blancharde and her boyfriend, ...
Tennesseean who drove to Missouri for sex with girl gets 10-year prison term
A man from Tennessee received a 10-year, 1-month federal prison sentence on Monday for enticing a minor victim to engage in illicit sexual activity in Lawrence County. Dylan Garcia, 29, of Huntingdon, Tenn., will not be eligible for parole and will have 15 years of supervised release after he gets out.
Garcia, who pleaded guilty last Dec. 19, admitted he used the Internet and a cell ...