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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema purchased by Sony

The Springfield theater is among the 35 locations that will continue operations.

Edward Walton is scheduled to start as executive director next month.

The nearly $1.4 million project to fix a leak includes upgrades, official says.

The Element by Westin is planned with 123 rooms near Ballparks of America and White Water.

Todd J. Rock was the lead mead master at the business, which closed in recent months.

Springfield Regional Arts Council partners with CFO and Musgrave Foundation on grant awards.

Kyle Moats has led the Missouri State program since 2009.

Mid-July is targeted reopening date for Moon City Pub.

Hounds Town USA franchisees bring concept to town.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, education, hospitality and manufacturing.

Dropshots set to open this month in Ozark with championship courts.

The company is partnering with Silver Dollar City Co. on a yoga cruise on Showboat Branson Belle.

The self-guided tourism initiative for breweries, distilleries and wineries started in 2018.

Ozarks Lunkers debut brings 6-on-6 variation to Queen City.

Chamber hits pledge goal for growth initiative, prepares for fall housing study release.

Farmers Market of the Ozarks is partnering with Downtown Springfield Association on the Park Central Square market.

Rage Fitness plans to rebrand Royal Barbell as RF Iron, the companies announce.

Reporting by the Missouri Independent indicates the court system cannot shield the company from criminal prosecution for gambling violations.

Ron Schneider is hired as the successor to Bob Belote.

Guest columnist Katie Jones: "Incorporate direct mail into your marketing efforts and experience the tangible benefits it offers firsthand."

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