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Panel approves 4% raise for CEO of Arkansas water utility after 1 year on job

Central Arkansas Water's chief executive officer will get a 4 percent raise after a year on the job.

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Little Rock tech park sets 5 new tenants

City directors release $1.4M as project readies for Phase 2

Five more companies will be among the Little Rock Technology Park tenants when it opens March 1, the park's executive director, Brent Birch, announced Tuesday.

In Little Rock study, new apartment complexes' ill effects nil

UALR scrutinizes values, crime near new apartments

New apartment complexes in Little Rock have either no effect or a positive effect on nearby single-family home values, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock study commissioned by the city has found.

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City now accepting grant applications

Little Rock firm chosen for Arts Center work

Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects has been selected as the Little Rock firm to assist national architectural firm Studio Gang in the design of the Arkansas Arts Center's estimated $46 million expansion.

Little Rock institutes new pay scale of step, grade

System change to aid 383 in nonuniform staff union

Little Rock employees in the nonuniform workers union have been placed into a "step-and-grade" pay scale, something the state leader of the union called "historic" for the city.

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Tech park asks Little Rock to disburse funding; $1.4M needed for land deals, it says

The Little Rock Technology Park is requesting about $1.4 million of its promised city funding to prepare for negotiating the purchase of properties for Phase 2 of its construction.

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Little Rock planning, parks chiefs to leave posts in June

City starts search for replacements

Two Little Rock department heads have announced their retirements.

In Little Rock, trash calls light up lines at 311 Center

Garbage requests near 60,000 in 2016

Little Rock's 311 service request system is used mostly to request or report problems with trash pickup, a review of 2016 data shows.

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An ape for the ages: Gorilla at Little Rock Zoo now world's oldest

At 60, she’s short, round, gruff

A short distance inside the Little Rock Zoo's gates, settled into her habitat in the Great Ape Display, the oldest known gorilla in the world sits basking in the occasional February sunlight with little fanfare.