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The SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging sponsors Tax Counseling for the Elderly each year. Find details about this program as well as how to make an appointment. More The Municipal Election is Tuesday, April 5. Be sure to vote and make your voice heard on many city and county ballot items, including a sales tax renewal for Springfield. -- Results are in!
More On Tuesday, April 8, many residents of Greene County will have the opportunity to vote on community issues and elected positions. -- Results are in!
More Greene County residents will vote on a use tax initiative for the county on November 5.
More The Community Focus 2013, a report for Springfield and Greene County, was released on September 26. Find out what "blue ribbons" and "red flags" were indicated for our community's health and vitality. More On Tuesday, April 2, residents of Greene County will have the opportunity to vote on several community issues and elected positions. -- Results are in! More From census records to Civil War photos to UFO sightings -- students, genealogists and historians will love mining a new electronic resource, Fold3, for reliable historical documents. More The General Election will take place on November 6. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voting matters! More Want to learn about the Ozarks from a different point of view? A storytelling project called Stry.us has moved into Springfield for the summer, and Ozarks citizens are invited to join in by reading the stories and adding to the discussion. More Help the Library observe it by going greener. Also find community resources for recycling and reusing materials. More The "Community Focus 2011," a report for Springfield and Greene County, was released on October 4. Find out what "blue ribbons" and "red flags" were indicated for our community's health and vitality. More How have Library computers and the Internet made a difference in your life? Learn more about the online survey available Sept. 9 - Oct. 3. More Instead of sitting down with those heavy tomes in the Library, you can now search the Encyclopedia of Associations anywhere you have Internet access and your Library card. More Think Social Security is just for your grandparents? Think again. Watch a free webinar from the Social Security Administration on March 10 to learn more. More The Ozarks' ethnic makeup is growing more diverse, and health care providers need to understand cultural differences to best serve patients and coworkers. Volunteers are sought through December 31 to serve on a task force to help health care organizations prepare for the future. More