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Kyle Massey

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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Today's Power to Build 1-MW Solar Array Near NAEC Office in Salem

Today's Power Inc. of Little Rock continued its string of successes with small utility-scale solar projects Monday, breaking ground on a 1-megawatt solar array for North Arkansas Electric Cooperative near the co-op's headquarters in Salem (Fulton County). read more >

SPP to Provide Grid Reliability Services to 13 Entities in West

Southwest Power Pool, the electric grid and wholesale energy market manager that has its Southern headquarters in Little Rock, has reached agreements to be the grid reliability coordinator for 13 power entities in the Western U.S. read more >

With Bird's-Eye View of America, Author James Fallows Will Descend on Little Rock

The writer James Fallows is dropping in on the Central Arkansas Library System this month, but not quite the same way he's grown accustomed to descending on America's towns. read more >

No Arkadelphia Paper? Say It Ain't So, GateHouse

After back-to-back weeks of notable newspaper shutdowns by GateHouse Media Group Inc., including The Times of North Little Rock and the Arkadelphia Siftings-Herald, we seem to be at a tipping point for local journalism in Arkansas. read more >

200 Jobs New to Tata, Not to Little Rock This article is available only in print.

When India's largest multinational business group, Tata, announced its growing presence in Arkansas in May, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. said it was welcoming “more than 200 new employees to Little Rock.” Actually, the workers were already here. read more >

Best in PR, Communications Honored at ARcom Awards

Mangan Holcomb Partners/Team SI and Ghidotti Communications of Little Rock were big winners, along with the Arkansas Community Foundation, at the ARcom public relations awards ceremony Thursday at the Mosaic Templar Cultural Center. read more >

Arkansas Power Crews Head East to Help as Florence Arrives

Entergy Arkansas and the state's electric power cooperatives are offering a pre-emptive hand as Hurricane Florence bears down on the coast of North Carolina. read more >

Jerol Garrison Dies at 86; Former Gazette, AP&L Communicator

Jerol Garrison, the former Arkansas Gazette reporter who made a name for himself in the business world as director of communication for Arkansas Power & Light Co., died Thursday in Fayetteville, his home for the last seven years. He was 86. read more >

Little Rock Conference, Awards Honor Green Builders

The U.S. Green Building Council is honoring Arkansas companies this week with awards for energy efficiency and environmental design, including the annual Arkansas Green Tie Awards. read more >

Parking Lot Lease Deals at McCain: A Whole New Mall Game

Companies like Dillard's Inc., J.C. Penney and Macy's are surveying their vast parking areas and seeing new opportunities for dining and entertainment venues. read more >