Hilton Garden Inn To Keep Reservation in Little Rock

Hilton Garden Inn To Keep Reservation in Little Rock
A Hilton Garden Inn is planned for construction on this property by 2017.

Ground should be broken during the next 30 days for the seven-story, 140-room Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Little Rock.
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Startup Airline Brings Nonstop New Orleans Flights to Little Rock

Glo, a New Orleans startup public charter operator, announced Tuesday that they would begin offering flights beginning Nov. 15 servicing Clinton National Airport.
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Arkansas Dedicates New US 63 Bridge Thursday at Black Rock

Arkansas highway officials will be in Black Rock to dedicate a new bridge over the Black River.
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