Firm seeks job of developing strategy
The Little Rock Board of Directors will decide next week whether to allow the city to begin negotiations with an Ohio-based communication firm to develop a long-term Youth Master Plan.
The nonprofit recommended to take over operations of Little Rock's day resource center for homeless people wants to use volunteers, interns and community partnerships to leverage funds to improve the center and add more services.
Little Rock City Manager Bruce Moore issued a ban Monday preventing the man charged last week with threatening of Moore and the Public Works Department from entering any city-owned building.
LR center fosters fun, independence for disabled kids, adults
Little Rock's Therapeutic Recreation program for youths and adults with special needs is unique in Arkansas for how it works to integrate people with disabilities into the community, according to the program's coordinator.
The Little Rock man accused of threatening City Manager Bruce Moore and the Public Works Department pleaded innocent Friday and had his bail lowered to $5,000.
Emails sent to LR officials
Police charged a Little Rock man Thursday with felony terroristic threatening and two felony counts of making a terrorist threat in a case involving City Manager Bruce Moore.
Library system’s 2015 Literary Festival features John Waters, Rick Bragg
The Central Arkansas Library System announced its 2015 events Thursday, including an Arkansas Literary Festival lineup that will feature John Waters, maker of the movie Hairspray.
Zoning panel says Dollar General still needs its approval
The state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board granted a beer sales permit Wednesday to the Dollar General Store on Broadway in Little Rock.
The refinancing of six Little Rock Wastewater bonds will lessen the blow of future sewer rate increases, the utility's finance director said Wednesday.
The Little Rock Board of Directors deferred voting on a complete streets policy Tuesday after some city directors said it contradicts the city's Master Street Plan and complained that private developers weren't informed of the new burdens that would be placed on them under an amendment to that plan.