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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.
His Outtakes column appears every week.
North Little Rock's $30 million police and courts building, scheduled for a September completion, is seen as a roadside advertisement for the city. read more >
Nate Disarro figures he profits at least three times when he tells the success stories of Arkansas' captains of business. That's a big part of his job running Content Titan of Little Rock. read more >
Bob East is pioneering a new way of siting remote solar facilities for commercial clients by swapping a $60,000 solar array for 12 acres of city-owned land in England (Lonoke County). read more >
County Judge Barry Hyde flipped the switch on a new 756-panel solar project Tuesday at the Pulaski County Detention Center near the State Fairgrounds in Little Rock, and Today's Power Inc. joined him in basking in the glow. read more >
The Arkansas PBS Foundation has a new name, a new board president and new board members as it supports a bigger role than ever for Arkansas PBS, formerly the Arkansas Educational Television Network. read more >
The International Renewable Energy Agency says that despite the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, worldwide renewable energy capacity grew by more than 260 megawatts in 2020, up more than 50% from the year before. read more >
Lanxess, the German multinational chemical maker that's partnered in a major south Arkansas lithium-extraction project, will soon be producing electrolyte solutions for lithium-ion batteries. read more >
Ouachita Farms near Hot Springs Village and Dark Horse Medicinals of Little Rock are up for a state license to process medicinal cannabis. read more >