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Apartment rezoning-vote delay upsets visitors

A vote by the Little Rock Board of Directors on a rezoning request to allow an apartment development on South Bowman Road has been rescheduled again after Vice Mayor Lance Hines didn't allow it to proceed to its required public readings Tuesday night.

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For Little Rock police, residency rule floated again

City director cites concerns in U.S. over killings of blacks

For the second time in just over a year, a Little Rock city director plans to ask the Board of Directors to adopt a residency requirement for police officers.

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Free session set on genealogy research

Plan for city ID card moves forward in LR

Officials want bank, business feedback

Little Rock officials will soon seek feedback from banks and businesses on a proposed municipal identification program with the hope of beginning to issue identification cards by January, City Manager Bruce Moore said Wednesday.

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Revised LR rezoning plan set for vote

A rezoning application that would make way for another apartment development in west Little Rock off of Bowman Road is back before the Little Rock Board of Directors.

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PetSmart donates dog food to shelter Through a PetSmart Charities partnership, more than four tons of dog food have been donated to the Little Rock Animal Village.

After 4th fireworks, city loses $400 in traffic chaos

Official cites failed communication

Emptying of the River Market parking deck after Monday's firework show in downtown Little Rock "did not go smoothly" and communication breakdowns "led to unnecessary confusion" and long wait times to exit, an official said.

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River Market plans 20th-birthday bash The River Market is celebrating its 20th birthday this week with a day full of events Saturday.

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Mobile farmers market set to roll in Little Rock

Reworked bus taking fresh produce to neighborhoods

A repurposed bus will soon make its way across Little Rock offering locally grown fruits and vegetables for sale to residents who live in areas with little or no ready access to fresh produce.

Little Rock youth intervention agency to close as grants dry up

New Futures For Youth, a nonprofit agency that works with and administers youth intervention programs, will close its doors this summer after 28 years in business.