Tax Reform Poses Threat to Historic Preservation Program This article is available only in print.

Tax Reform Poses Threat to Historic Preservation Program

Tax reform proposals wending their way through Congress threaten federal historic tax credits, financial incentives that Arkansas developers, government officials and historic preservationists say have been crucial to economic development efforts in the state.
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UAMS' Projected Deficit Rises to $72M This article is available only in print.

UAMS is reviewing ways to increase revenue and slash costs, including possible layoffs to its staff of about 10,000. It is one of the state's largest employers.
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Lakewood Hills, WLR Courtyard by Marriott Lead Off Big Property Buys This article is available only in print.

A hotel, breastaurant, apartments and two homes in Little Rock plus apartments and retail space in North Little Rock combined with a carwash and retail property in Bryant with residential lots in Benton equal this week's group of big real estate transactions.
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