Water-bill survey praises LR's value
Siloam Springs, Hot Springs order medical-marijuana moratoriums; temporary bans raise legal questions
Two Arkansas cities have imposed months-long bans on medical-marijuana facilities, a test of local control as prospective growers and sellers prepare to vie for state licenses beginning June 30.
Conversion of old site splits LR board
Plans to convert the long-vacant Mitchell Elementary into a Walton Family Foundation-backed charter school moved forward after Little Rock’s Board of Directors approved a zoning change Tuesday.
Money will fund police cars, emergency dispatch software
Little Rock will take a short-term loan to buy 60 new police vehicles and a new computer-aided emergency dispatch program after the Board of Directors gave unanimous approval Tuesday night.
Energy-efficiency standards at issue
A Little Rock proposal to seal a gap in the state's building rules for energy efficiency has been delayed -- for the third time -- over Realtors' concerns.
Free access open to online classes
Little Rock has secured federal money to build a roughly $2 million ramp to a bicycle and pedestrian bridge near La Harpe Boulevard, putting the city on track to close another Arkansas River Trail gap, officials said Friday.
Feeding-site shift meets resistance
Talks on moving some suppers for the homeless from downtown Little Rock to a resource center nearly 4 miles away gained traction Wednesday, but the path to such a deal holds several obstacles, including money, space and willingness.
A brewery and beer garden planned for east Little Rock received unanimous approval from the Little Rock Planning Commission on Thursday.
Better lighting, gallery flow, use of park on drawing board
The coming Arkansas Arts Center overhaul must address several existing issues that complicate visits -- including "mystery doors" and "buried knowledge" -- as it adds new features, the project's design team said Monday.