Washington County Banks Host Big Rise in Deposits

Washington County Banks Host Big Rise in Deposits

During the past 10 years, banks have come and gone in the Washington County market, but the headcount of lenders and tally of branches has grown.
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Big River Trail Blazing Adds More Mileage To Tourism Byway This article is available only in print.

A nearly $1.6 million project will mark an important step toward creating a biking-hiking corridor along the full length of the state's Mississippi River valley.
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Sherwood Pediatrics Plus Sold for $9.5M This article is available only in print.

A Sherwood developmental preschool, a North Little Rock hotel, farmland in Faulkner County, a real estate trade in Conway and residential acreage in Saline County combine for this week's group of million-dollar transactions.
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George Gleason Pay Rises to $6.9M

George Gleason, 64, chairman and chief executive officer of Little Rock's Bank of the Ozarks, received total compensation of nearly $6.9 million during 2017. read more >

Pay for Murphy USA CEO Andrew Clyde Slips to $5.8M

Even as a big fourth-quarter pushed Murphy USA's full-year profits to $245 million in 2017, CEO Andrew Clyde settled for a little smaller payday last year. read more >

Bank of the Ozarks Wants Name Change: Bank OZK

Publicly traded Bank of the Ozarks of Little Rock said Thursday that it wants to change its name to Bank OZK "as part of a strategic rebranding." Shareholders must approve the change, which would take effect in July. read more >

Stock Awards Boost Comp for Simmons First Executives

Compensation increased for two of the most highly paid executives at Pine Bluff's Simmons First National Corp. read more >

J.B. Hunt Tweaks Timing of Annual Stock Awards for Top Execs

A change in the timing of annual stock awards resulted in smaller compensation packages for executives of J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell — at least as reflected in the firm's latest proxy statement. read more >

Annual Show Lets Newport Show Off Artists, and Itself This article is available only in print.

Starting next month, a resurgent downtown Newport will host events on 22 of 26 weekends, culminating in late September with Depot Days, the city's signature music festival. read more >

Historic Helena's Cherry Street Draws Investors This article is available only in print.

The Cherry Street Historic District in Helena-West Helena is showing signs of reviving its faded fortunes. Following are some of the people who are leaving their mark on the once-thriving commercial avenue. read more >

Surgery Center Performs $3.4 Million Transaction (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

PTCOA Freeway ASC LLC, led by Drs. Meraj Siddiqui and Ronald Tilley, bought the 11,372-SF medical office-outpatient surgery center at 9 Freeway Drive. read more >

Bass Pro Sold (Again); Heart Hospital Stakes Out Benton Land

The southwest Little Rock Bass Pro Shops, a west Little Rock hotel and apartments in midtown Little Rock are making noise as this week's trio of multimillion-dollar real estate deals. read more >

Energy Security Partners CEO: Vision of Pine Bluff GTL Plant Alive

Roger Williams' vision to put a $3.7 billion gas-to-liquid fuel plant in Jefferson County has him arguing in two directions: convincing some people that the largest economic development project in state history can realistically happen, and explaining to others why it's not happening quicker. read more >

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