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Entergy Arkansas Announces Grid Investment of More Than $62M

Entergy Arkansas Announces Grid Investment of More Than $62M
Entergy Arkansas will connect the Monticello Industrial Park to a substation in Reed with construction scheduled to start this fall.

Entergy Arkansas has announced plans to begin construction on a new transmission line from Monticello to Reed.
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Waltons Invest In Hospitality Group RopeSwing in Northwest Arkansas

Members of the Walton family are among investors in one of two hospitality companies launched recently in Bentonville, businesses whose debuts underscore the surge of the hospitality sector in northwest Arkansas.
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Fort Smith Retakes Top Spot in Arkansas Tech Business Index

The index is a comprehensive measure that provides a snapshot of economic activity in Arkansas cities. It encompasses a labor index, housing market index, construction index and retail sales index.
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ArcBest Corp. Breaks Ground in New Corporate Headquarters

Gov. Asa Hutchinson helped ArcBest Corp. of Fort Smith break ground Wednesday for its new, four-story, 200,000-SF company headquarters at Chaffee Crossing. ArcBest expects the building to be completed in late 2016 and said it will create 975 jobs through 2021. read more >

Washington County Judge Asks Highway Department for Bridge Inspections

Washington County Judge Marilyn Edwards has asked the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department to inspect all county bridges built in the last 20 years. read more >

Get Tickets Now to Arkansas Business Power Breakfast on Women Business Leaders

Tickets are now available to the next Arkansas Business Power Breakfast, which features experts who will share strategies on recruiting, retaining and inspiring women in the workplace to be leaders. read more >

Mathias Releases Tontitown Building Plans

Mathias officials were going to submit the plans for approval with the city on March 31 but postponed the submission until April. Arthur Thurman, president and COO of Mathias Properties, said the company wants to build two 14,750-SF warehouses on Agnes Drive adjacent to two warehouses it has already built. read more >

Baldwin & Shell Promotes Three (Movers & Shakers)

Tony Curtis, Clay Johns and Joe Lansden have been promoted within Baldwin & Shell Construction Co. in Little Rock. read more >

Moses Tucker Plans Condos, Winery for Fulk-Arkansas Democrat Building

Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock has purchased the former Fulk-Arkansas Democrat Building at 615 Main Street, with plans to rehabilitate it and add eight loft apartments and retail space that will include Raimondo Winery. read more >

Realtors: Arkansas Home Sales Up 9 Percent

Arkansas home sales increased by more than 9 percent in February while the price of those homes went up by more than 6 percent, according to data released Friday by the Arkansas Realtors Association. read more >

Greg Fernholz to Manage Homewood Suites in Downtown Little Rock

Greg Fernholz has been named general manager for the Homewood Suites being built at the site of the old Arkla Gas Building at Capitol and River Market in downtown Little Rock. read more >

Quarterly Business Analysis Luncheon Set for May 8 in Fayetteville

Kathy Deck, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research, will present her regular Quarterly Business Analysis as a luncheon on Friday, May 8. read more >

US Service Firms Grew at Slightly Slower Pace Last Month

U.S. service firms expanded at a slightly slower yet still healthy pace in March, an encouraging sign after multiple reports last week pointed to a slowing economy. read more >

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