A citywide event in Little Rock this weekend will allow residents a behind-the-scenes look into artists' studios and the processes they use to create their work.
Disposable photo stickers chosen over paper sign-ins, reusable numbered badges
Little Rock City Hall has switched from a visitor check-in system that involved signing a sheet of paper and receiving a numbered badge to a new electronic kiosk that prints off a wearable sticker badge with a photo.
$2 movies set again for summer nights
Planning, Parks directors retiring
New leaders for Little Rock's Parks and Recreation and Planning and Development departments will begin transitional positions within the next two weeks in anticipation of taking over by the end of the month.
Implementation of a Little Rock municipal identification program has been pushed back to later this summer.
Library changes operating hours
Food give-away questions lead to evictions, they say
An advocate for the homeless is cautioning service groups against sharing information with a Little Rock committee looking into best practices for mass feedings of homeless people.
It says exempt as drainage district duns landowners
An improvement district in Pulaski County that pays for a levee that protects Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field and nearby property from flooding is at odds with the airport over a lack of fee payments.
Rex Nelson has been promoted from his weekly column contract with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to a full-time position as senior editor that will put his columns in print three days a week.
Before a committee of advocates, nonprofit representatives, business owners and Little Rock officials can recommend a solution on how to go about feeding large groups of homeless people, they will first have to agree on the problem.