UALR student interns to deliver services in LR schools
Little Rock is entering into a partnership with the Little Rock School District and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to continue operating the Love Your School childhood obesity prevention program at eight elementary schools.
The Little Rock Board of Directors wants Arkansas' two senators and the city's congressional representative to meet with board members about how lack of Internet sales tax collection is negatively affecting revenue growth in municipalities.
Little Rock lots' sale on agenda today; board to decide on city’s selling of subdivision for $160,000
Plans to purchase and develop 80 city-owned lots in Little Rock's Rolling Pines subdivision will go before the city Board of Directors for approval today.
Judge tosses part of suit against LR
A couple whose unoccupied house was mistakenly demolished by a city contractor can pursue its lawsuit against Little Rock on certain grounds, a judge ruled Friday.
Central Arkansas Water anticipates spending about $6.5 million to build a transmission main that connects its system to the newly acquired Maumelle system.
The cab company that won a lawsuit last month challenging Little Rock's taxi-permitting process as enabling a monopoly hasn't applied for permits to operate this year.
Architect sets talkon building's design
Shelter's adoptions top 1,800 for 2016
Peck, LR’s sole new board member, vows progressive push
Capi Peck never saw herself as a politician, and only within the past year decided that she would seek election to the Ward 4 seat on the Little Rock Board of Directors.
Brad Cazort said he's heard rumors that Little Rock doesn't shut down every Tuesday night while the Board of Directors meets. Now he's aiming to find out.