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Hideaway Pizza Served in $3.2 Million Deal

A 6,705-SF pizzeria in North Little Rock and land for a 130-unit independent living center in west Little Rock form a duo of multimillion-dollar transactions this week.
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Arkansas Side of Texarkana Struggling with Dropping Alcohol Sales

Its beer and wine monopoly broken and grip on hard liquor sales slipping, Texarkana, Ark., faces a new economic reality that threatens both business and government.
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Is LR at Tipping Point After Shooting? PR Voices Weigh In

Arkansas media and public relations professionals fear that negative perceptions of the capital city are reaching a critical mass after the mass shooting at the Power Ultra Lounge downtown.
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