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Arkansas aircraft servicer acquired by Lynx

Fly Arkansas its fourth purchase

A new company wanting to build a network of general aviation service companies has acquired one at the state's largest airport.

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Bypass for Monticello takes back seat to I-69

State highway officials agreed last week to stall the completion of a bypass around Monticello and use the more than $75 million available for the project to build a new 17-mile road from just east of the city to U.S. 65 in Desha County.

Airline to start daily Little Rock-Austin runs

Air travelers will have a direct flight between the Arkansas capital and the Texas capital beginning later this spring.

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Little Rock airport to begin non-stop flights to Texas capital

A Florida-based low-cost airline will inaugurate daily non-stop flights between Little Rock and Austin, Texas, beginning April 29.

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Contractor put on design team for $58M Cantrell/I-430 job

A Fort Worth contractor has been tabbed to help design the estimated $58.3 million project to remake the congested Cantrell Road/Interstate 430 interchange in west Little Rock.

Arkansas Highway Commission drops ballot bid, targets legislators for road construction funding

The Arkansas Highway Commission has abandoned pursuing an initiated act for the 2018 general election ballot asking voters for more money for road construction.

Arkansas Highway Commission abandons push for road construction ballot measure

The Arkansas Highway Commission on Tuesday abandoned pursuing an initiated act for the 2018 general election ballot asking voters for more money for road construction and instead said it would have another go at persuading lawmakers to cough up the additional funds when they meet in January 2019.

Little Rock road work stalled by legal woes

Hotelier’s bankruptcy locks up property needed by city

The bankruptcy of a Missouri hotel chain is holding up a project to widen a busy section of Kanis Road in Little Rock, the largest road construction project the city has undertaken using only city money.

Widening job in west Little Rock stalled after hotel chain's bankruptcy

The bankruptcy of a hotel chain is holding up a project to widen a busy section of Kanis Road in Little Rock, the largest road construction project the city has ever undertaken using only city money.

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I-30 project slowed by potential impact on oldest neighborhood in Arkansas' capital city

Effects on historic district a concern

Progress to build Arkansas' biggest civil engineering project is being slowed by its potential impact on the capital city's oldest neighborhood.