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Part of Conway’s growth includes a revitalized downtown district.

Economic Development Spurs Conway’s Ongoing Reinvention

Conway has had an impressive run over the past couple of decades, from downtown redevelopment to luring national and international companies to addressing tourism and neighborhood infill. read more >
Business Services / Manufacturing

HP, a Silicon Valley Icon, Is Ready for Its Break-Up

One of the nation's most storied tech companies will split in two this weekend, another casualty of seismic shifts in the way people use technology — and big-company sluggishness in responding. read more >

HP Holds Second Career Fair in Conway

HP Enterprise Services is hosting its second HP Developers / Business Analyst Career Fair in Conway on Tuesday and Wednesday. read more >
Business Services / Government & Politics / Investments

State Awaits $459K Incentive Payback From Hewlett-Packard

The check is in the mail, or will be soon, according to state officials who negotiated a deal with Hewlett-Packard to repay a portion of the $10 million in state incentive money the company received in 2008 when it opened a customer-service center in Conway. read more >
Business Services / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Hewlett-Packard to Hire 200 in Conway As Part of Growing Health Care Business

Hewlett-Packard Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif., says that it is planning to hire 200 software engineers and programmers for its operation at Conway. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Manufacturing

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs in Conway, Pine Bluff and Fort Smith

Tuesday's jobs announcement in Mountain Home was only one of several in what's turned out to be a busy week for employers looking to ramp up operations in Arkansas. read more >
Tab TownsellMayor, Conway

From the Mayor: Tab Townsell

Welcome to Conway, truly a once and future city. At this time, Conway is one of the best places in the United States to live, work and play. Led by the advent of Hewlett-Packard and Southwestern Energy, Conway’s economy is strong and growing, whether considering employment, retail and restaurant sales, or any number of metrics. read more >
Downtown Conway

Conway Good Fit for the Young As Well as Young at Heart

Located 30 miles from Little Rock, Conway is the northwestern entryway into the metro region and is attracting relocating families and new businesses that appreciate its quality of life. The city of nearly 60,000 is home to three colleges, scenic lakes and parks, a thriving business community, and a number of cultural and recreational opportunities. read more >
Southwestern Energy, a natural gas exploration and production company, has been awarded LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its regional office in Conway. The $25 million, 120,000-SF building, located at The Village at Hendrix, opened in January.

The Faulkner County Economy: Growth and Stability That Stand Out

Sustainable growth, security through diversity, maybe even a dose of serenity. Faulkner County’s economy offers a sharp contrast to what you’re used to seeing and hearing on TV. read more >