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Symphony for the Village? Orchestra Eyes East Little Rock

Symphony for the Village? Orchestra Eyes East Little Rock
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Little Rock

After plants fell through in the Creative Corridor along downtown Little Rock's Main Street, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has turned its sights to a possible location in Little Rock's East Village development.
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Higher Standard: Will New Deduction Rules Hit Arkansas Tax Pros?

Doing your own taxes can be like changing your own motor oil, Little Rock CPA Brian Thompson says. Even if it's simple, it can be a mess.
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When Government Works (Editorial)

Rock Region Metro, central Arkansas' transit system, will be partnering with organizations that serve the homeless to provide free bus passes to eligible homeless people.
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Conway Hospital Rivalry Goes Before Lawmakers This article is available only in print.

State lawmakers are scheduled to resume their inquiry into the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' contract to provide emergency room and orthopedic services at Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway. read more >

Ready for the Minimum Wage Hike? (Trey Cooper Commentary)

Becoming more efficient may be helpful to employers in absorbing the initial shock of the increased minimum wage. read more >

Hogs Without Pigskins Get Upgrades This article is available only in print.

About $50M in facilities are in the works for track athletes and baseball at the University of Arkansas. read more >

Red Lobster Serves Up $4.2M Transaction (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

A New York company bought the 7,594-SF restaurant in west Little Rock from an affiliate of American Realty Capital Properties Inc. of Phoenix. read more >

Arkansas Heart Hospital Experts Pumping Up Prevention

As the Arkansas Heart Hospital of Little Rock builds its $77 million hospital in Bryant, it also is working to keep patients out of the hospital. read more >

A Surrender of Oversight (Editorial)

The story about the mental health services provider that ripped off both taxpayers and the mentally ill reveals what happens when bureaucrats and lawmakers surrender their oversight duties to highly conflicted parties. read more >

Elizabeth Murphy to Market Guardian Group in Jonesboro (Movers & Shakers)

Elizabeth Murphy has joined the Guardian Group in Jonesboro as a licensed producer and internal marketer. Mandy Vickers is the new executive director of the Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce. read more >

Rode Microphones Gives Crystal Bridges Offshoot $1M

Rode Microphones of Sydney has given the Momentary, a contemporary arts satellite to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, $1 million. read more >

Walton College Dean to Receive Whitney M. Young Award

Matthew A. Waller, dean of the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, will receive the Whitney M. Young Award from the Urban League of the State of Arkansas. read more >

Arkansas Business Concludes 2018 Executive Leadership Academy, Sets 2019 Dates

Leaders from a mix of business, nonprofit and policy sectors concluded the Arkansas Business Executive Leadership Academy on Oct. 26. read more >

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