Rosewood Brings Retro Style to Hearses

Rosewood Brings Retro Style to Hearses

Along with running Morrilton Funeral Service and Rosewood Cremation, Richard Neal also owns and operates Rosewood Classic Coach, one of the few places in the United States where retro-style funeral coaches, more commonly known as hearses, are built from the chassis up and sold to funeral homes that want to offer their clients the opportunity to go out in style.
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Arkansas Health Task Force Nearing Recommendations

A legislative task force looking at the future of Arkansas' hybrid Medicaid program is nearing a deadline for recommendations.
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Developer Eyes New Retail, Loft Apartments for Argenta

Developer Eyes New Retail, Loft Apartments for Argenta

A developer is planning space for three new retailers and new upscale loft apartments in the 700 block of Main Street in downtown North Little Rock.
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Largest Commercial Projects in Arkansas list includes project, project value, location, contractor/construction manager, etc.

Rank Name Location Contractor/Construction Manager
1 Big River Steel Mill Manufacturing Facility Osceola Big River Steel LLC
2 High School North Little Rock Baldwin & Shell Construction Co.
3 Baptist Health Medical Center Conway CDI Contractors LLC
4 CARTI Little Rock Nabholz Construction Corp.
5 Robinson Center Music Hall Auditorium/Conference Addition/Renovation Little Rock CDI Contractors LLC

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Wal-Mart's Cindi Marsiglio Sees Progress in Made In USA Initiative

As Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Vice President of U.S. Manufacturing, Cindi Marsiglio oversees the company's 2013 initiative to spend an additional $250 billion on U.S.-made goods during the next 10 years.