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Power Repair Work Begins on 67/156 After Accident
From Entergy Arkansas via Twitter: Repair work across 67/167 is expected to begin momentarily... causing traffic delays.
Pulaski Co. Pressures Cities Over Jail Funding
The ongoing squabble over funding one of Arkansas's busiest jails came to a head again Tuesday night.
Geovanni Leiva Brings Family Coffee from Guatemala to Leiva's Coffee in Sherwood
Leiva's Coffee of Sherwood is brewing up a philosophy of generosity, combining homegrown coffee with a belief in helping the less fortunate.
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Daily jail fee to be voted on, contract talks still in the works
Cities using the Pulaski County Jail could start paying a per-day per inmate fee if they don't come up with a contract before January 1st.
Paying for the county jail: Cities resist Villines' big hike
Buddy Villines wants to retire as Pulaski county judge at the end of this year with a new agreement on financial contributions to operations of the county jail.
North Pulaski Realtors and ARPAC support candidates
NPBOR President Teresa Burl and Jeannie Williams, ARPAC Trustee, were pleased to present campaign contribution checks recently in support of local candidates following hard fought primary elections.
St. Vincent to cut 157 jobs in health system merger
The CHI St. Vincent hospitals in Arkansas will reduce their workforce by 157 jobs as a result of the system created by the acquisition of Mercy Hospital in Hot Springs to go along with St. Vincent hospitals in Little Rock, Sherwood and Morrilton.
BLOG: Benton County Tops Safest Places in AR by Real Estate Article
A Real Estate blog is getting attention for it's newest list touting the safest places in America.
Sherwood's library-tax vote put on Nov. 4 ballot
Sherwood will hold a millage election during the Nov. 4 general election to raise funds to build a new library under legislation the City Council approved Monday night.