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50 min ago | ArkansasBusiness.com
Actor Jeff Bridges visited with students Monday at a Little Rock elementary school to highlight the success it and the state has had in distributing more breakfast to low-income children.
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1 hr ago | ArkansasBusiness.com
Newk's Eatery plans to open a second central Arkansas location, this one in the Park Avenue development, site of the old University Mall, in Little Rock.
3 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Kavanaugh Boulevard has a reputation for having some of the best dining in town, and Acadia Restaurant in the Heights is a big reason why.
7 hrs ago | ArkansasBusiness.com
Chenal Heights Nursing & Rehabilitation, a 120-bed project in west Little Rock, is under new ownership after a $5.4 million transaction.
"Does this look like a college that is having financial problems?" Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill asked while showing off the nearly finished First Security Community Union during a tour of the Little Rock campus.
Actor Jeff Bridges is just one of many panelists speaking at the "No Kid Hungry" panel discussion.
Arkansas' third-ever fiscal session was dominated by debate about the future of the state's compromise Medicaid expansion, but that may be nothing compared to the fights that await lawmakers when they return to the Capitol in 2015.
The 12-story, 105-year-old Boyle Building at Capitol Avenue and Main Street in downtown Little Rock will be developed into a hotel, according to Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola .
SIGN OF PROTEST: Last month, AshleyMadison.com, a Toronto-based business that claims to be the "world's leading married dating service for discreet encounters," posted a billboard on Interstate 30 in Little Rock stating, "Who Says Cheaters Never Prosper? Happy Presidents Day!" along with a background of the U.S. flag and photos of former U.S.
Warning Coordination Meteorologist John Robinson said in an email that while chances for widespread severe weather are low, some isolated storms with hail and damaging winds are possible in western and southern parts of the state.
The iconic Rocket Slide, damaged by arson, is set to be replaced in Burns Park. North Little Rock city officials say their insurance company is cutting the city a check of $100,000 dollars for the slide, calling it a total damage.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Julie Mayberry, wife of Rep. Andy Mayberry, R-Hensley, and Rose Mimms, executive director of Arkansas Right to Life, sit in a gallery after the Senate voted to override the governor's veto of Mayberry's bill banning most abortions in the 20th week at the State Capitol in Little Rock, Ark.
APEX Men's Health Seated, from left: John Fuller, Chief Operating Officer; Dr. Jeremy Warford, Chief Physician; John Larmoyeux, Clinic Manager.
The Marriott in downtown Little Rock plans $16 milliion in renovations, which will include changes to some public rooms such as the lobby bar, the former cigar lounge and restaurant.
This week's Rock Candy anthem comes from Anthony L. Moss, a.k.a. Mossberg , who grew up in Little Rock and made a nearly perfect Southern rap album, "Ashes II Ashes, Dus 2 Dus," in 1995.