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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.
By Becca Bona With a fulfilling career in pharmaceutical sales, Kristi Smith credits her need to be involved and networking for her success.
North Little Rock completed a journey in Hot Springs on Thursday that many had predicted before the basketball season started.
A private real estate company made up of Arkansas business leaders has purchased the Office Depot in the Conway Towne Center on Skyline Drive with potential plans for redevelopment.
Family and friends of two women missing for two months from North Little Rock are bringing in a private investigator to help bring their loved ones home.
Voters avoided a tax increase by turning down a millage that would have given more money to the State's largest two-year college.
Buy more beautiful, handmade, quality products by Arkansas artists at ArtisanArkansas.com , a venture by the Arkansas Times and Bourbon & Boots.
A teacher for the North Little Rock School District has been arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop.
Jaclyn Kay Brown and Justin Samuel Wisniewski were married at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014, at Mayflower First Baptist Church, with Bro.
For 14 years, the Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas has enthusiastically shared its traditions with the people of central Arkansas through its Rock to North Little Rock St. Patrick's Day Parade 1 p.m. Sunday, Jennifer Nixon writes in Thursday's Arkansas Weekend section.
The advent of spring will hail the coming of the "CHDC Flyer, "the mini-train of the Conway Human Development Center.
Nobody was home and there were no injuries from the fire, said Capt. David Kissinger of the Springdale Fire Department.
With cold winter days continuing to linger , there's only one place to turn: delicious chili.