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Apartments May Replace Plans for Aloft Hotel in Little Rock This article is available only in print.

Apartments May Replace Plans for Aloft Hotel in Little Rock
Developers eye a change of plan for the Boyle Building.

Chi Hotel Group LLC is looking at the possibility of up to 96 apartments in the Boyle Building at 500 Main St.
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More Cold Brews Coming to Hot Springs This article is available only in print.

The craft beer scene in Hot Springs is growing red hot.
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Rogers Airport Prepares for $6.6 Million in Improvements

An Arkansas airport will briefly close to allow for a $6.6 million construction project for runway, lighting and drainage improvements.
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Arts Organization Gets Land Near Marshals Museum Site in Fort Smith

The Community School of the Arts, a nonprofit arts education group in Fort Smith, announced Thursday that a tract of land had been donated to the organization. read more >

Trump's Cuba Plan Puts Stone in Path of A Better Relationship (Ed Kardas Commentary)

Friday's news about Cuba was disheartening to Southern Arkansas University professor and Cuba expert Ed Kardas. read more >

Northwest Arkansas' Most Expensive Home Sales of 2016 This article is available only in print.

The number of seven-figure homes sold in Washington and Benton counties almost tripled in 2016 compared with the previous year. read more >

Pulaski County's Most Expensive Home Sales of 2016 This article is available only in print.

Sales of luxury homes in Pulaski County jumped in 2016 to a number not seen since Arkansas Business began tracking them in 2004 – 29 homes sold for $1 million or more, up from 20 in 2015. read more >

Arkansas Attorney General Again Rejects Casino Proposal

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has again rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment to legalize casino gambling in the state. read more >

U.S. Marshals Museum Unveils New Renderings, $16.5M Budget

The United States Marshals Museum unveils new renderings for its 50,000-SF facility that is set to open Sept. 24, 2019, in Fort Smith. read more >

Northwest Arkansas Council Names Nelson Peacock CEO

The Northwest Arkansas Council named Nelson Peacock, a McCrory native and the senior vice president of government relations for the University of California system, as its CEO. read more >

El Dorado Gears Up for Arts District's Grand Opening

A planned $100 million entertainment district in El Dorado has a new name as the city gears up for a grand opening later this year. read more >

TheatreSquared to Break Ground on New Theater

TheatreSquared Artistic Director Robert Ford and Executive Director Martin Miller said Wednesday that the theater will break ground June 23 on its new permanent home. read more >

CJRW Offers 3 Top Tips on Saving Companies' Reputations

What keeps company chieftains up at night? Financial risks, of course, but also risks to their companies' reputations, Mark Raines told tourism marketing professionals last week at the Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock. read more >

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