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Eureka Springs Votes to Uphold Anti-Discrimination Ordinance

Eureka Springs Votes to Uphold Anti-Discrimination Ordinance

Voters in a northwest Arkansas town have upheld an expanded anti-discrimination ordinance passed by the City Council in February. Preliminary results show the Eureka Springs ordinance was ratified by a 579-231 vote in Tuesday's special election, according to local media reports.
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Rock Town Whiskey Called 'Easy To Love' by Wall Street Journal

Little Rock's Rock Town Distillery received a favorable mention recently in the Wall Street Journal.
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PTI to Provide Projection Mapping on Old State House for LR Film Festival

The projection mapping used to illuminate and transform Cinderella's castle at Disney World in Orlando will be a part of the Little Rock Film Festival, thanks to Power Technology Inc. of Alexander, an Innovate Arkansas firm.
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Vacancy Rate Declines in Central Arkansas Office Space

The vacancy rate for office space in central Arkansas continued its decline in the first quarter of 2015, falling to 8.4 percent compared with 8.8 percent in fourth-quarter 2014 and 11.1 percent in the year-earlier quarter, first-quarter 2014, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange. read more >

Big Companies, Big Revenue: 75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas Worth $32.8B

The 75 largest private companies in Arkansas generated total revenue — self-reported and estimated — of $32.8 billion in their most recent fiscal years, up nearly 7 percent in a year. read more >

Arkansas Business Hall of Fame Seeks Nominations

The selection committee for the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations for the 2016 class of inductees. read more >

Tyson Foods Gives $500,000 to Walton Arts Center

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale on Thursday donated $500,000 to the Walton Arts Center expansion campaign. read more >

Arkansas' Top Exporters Recognized, Officials Call for Ex-Im Bank Renewal

At an awards ceremony recognizing the state's top exporters, Arkansas small business owners and an official with the U.S. Export-Import Bank called for the bank charter's renewal. read more >

US Gas Prices Rise 22 Cents per Gallon

The average national price of a regular gallon of gasoline has jumped 22 cents in the past three weeks to $2.80. In a survey of cities in the Lower 48 states, Los Angeles had the highest-priced gasoline at $3.95 a gallon. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, had the lowest at $2.32. read more >

New US 63 Bridge Opens over Black River at Black Rock

The new U.S. 63 bridge over the Black River at Black Rock is now open to traffic. read more >

Women Share Stories, Strategies About Leading, Growing Ranks in Business

Women must have an expectation that their potential is limitless, and organizations must understand that diversity is key to powering success, three women business leaders said at a panel discussion Friday morning. Includes video. read more >

High Water Closes Barge Traffic on Parts of Arkansas River

Portions of the Arkansas River flooded onto park land Wednesday after weekend storms caused high water levels, and officials said closures on the waterway could last through the Memorial Day holiday. read more >

Boomerang Car Washes Clean Up in Two Seven-Digit Deals

Our six-pack of seven-digit real estate transactions this week is populated by a pair of car washes, two west Little Rock homes, a North Little Rock motel and an eight-bit store in Little Rock. read more >

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