City: River Trail safety a concern
LITTLE ROCK -- Little Rock wants feedback on a proposal by the city's bicycle committee to reduce travel lanes on Riverfront Drive to make way for larger bike lanes.
Downtown banner contest launched
‘Reclamation’ is favored by panel
The governing body of Little Rock Wastewater wants to remove the word sewer from its title.
A Little Rock ordinance requiring city employees and businesses contracting with the city to agree to an expanded nondiscrimination clause passed with loud applause and little discussion Tuesday.
So no Act 137 breach, city lawyer says
The nondiscrimination ordinance being considered by the Little Rock Board of Directors tonight wouldn't violate Arkansas law because state law already protects against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, City Attorney Tom Carpenter said.
A small area of Little Rock's West Ninth Street will be transformed into a thriving cultural corridor for a day in October to showcase the area's potential.
Questions delay ‘Complete Streets’ decision for 3 months
After a three-month delay, the Little Rock Board of Directors is scheduled to vote on a street policy this week that would require city streets to be designed for all possible users.
Venture's focus: History, the arts The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies is partnering with the U.S. secretary of state's office and other entities to start an education initiative aimed at developing innovative curriculum for high school art, language and history classes.
A meeting to decide whether a recovery house can continue operating in a historic home on South Broadway in Little Rock took a distinctly different tone Thursday than the same discussion last year when a state commission refused to issue a permit.
The Metropolitan Housing Alliance in Little Rock voted to reactivate its Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership program Thursday.