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As Expected, Most Hog Football Tickets Going Up

As Expected, Most Hog Football Tickets Going Up

As expected, most Fayetteville tickets to Arkansas Razorback football games are going up in price, but ticket prices for the Hogs' one Little Rock game per year are going down, the University of Arkansas announced Tuesday.
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Bourbon & Boots Acquires Tales from the South

Bourbon & Boots, the "Southern-inspired lifestyle brand" based in North Little Rock, has acquired the public radio show Tales from the South, the company officially announced.
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In Little Rock, National Parks Chief Says System Must Appeal to Millennials

The National Park Service must broaden its appeal to millennials as it celebrates its 100th birthday this year, the director of the agency said Tuesday in Little Rock.
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Personal Income in Arkansas Metro Areas See Increase

The eight metropolitan areas of Arkansas reported increases in local area personal income in 2014, with growth ranging from 1.6 percent in Pine Bluff to 4.1 percent in Fort Smith. read more >

Developmental Center Sells for $3.2 Million (Real Deals)

The sale of a 30,565-SF clinic in Little Rock, a string of apartments in the Hillcrest area and an 82-room motel in southwest Little Rock top the latest real estate transactions in Pulaski County. read more >

Subcommittee to Start Search for Arkansas Game & Fish Leader

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Chairman Emon Mahony has named a three-person subcommittee to start the search for a new commission director. read more >

Investor Group Paid $12.4M for Gateway Property

The total purchase price for the approximately 54 acres around the Outlets of Little Rock and Bass Pro Shops in southwest Little Rock was about $12.4 million read more >

I-30 Changes Worry East Little Rock Property Owners

The unknown changes wrought by a future improvement of Interstate 30 have downtown Little Rock players concerned. read more >

East Little Rock's 'Innovation Alley' Drawing Grit, Funk Lovers

Margaret McEntire has found herself in the midst of a second redevelopment wave in downtown Little Rock. A player on the River Market scene since 1999, McEntire is now hosting change instead of making it happen. read more >

StudioMAIN Developing LR Financial Quarter

Aiming to help downtown revitalization reach its true potential, a nonprofit group called StudioMAIN has unveiled plans to market an area of downtown it's calling the Financial Quarter. read more >

Bentonville Urbanites Pick Pocket Community

Pocket neighborhoods are growing in popularity with people who are looking to scale down their residential footprint. Proponents said the concept is most popular with baby boomers who are looking to live out retirement in such a setting and millennials who eschew subdivision life. read more >

Quartet of Apartments Produces $49.6M Buy (Real Deals)

Fairfield Apartments, Berkley Apartments, Pleasant Pointe Apartments and Valley Crossing Apartments, all in west Little Rock, were sold to affiliates of Monarch Investments of Colorado. read more >

Facebook Posts Raise Questions For Employers

The Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled in December that a woman who was fired for posting “arguably” critical comments about her employer on Facebook could receive unemployment benefits. It's the latest decision in an escalating legal war between employment and social media. read more >

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