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The Cubes Takes Shape in North Little RockLock Icon

There's a big distribution project in the works near Amazon's fulfillment center, and it's not the one Dollar General is developing. read more >
Real Estate

Texas Group Lassoes 165 Homes in Central ArkansasLock Icon

The group spent $39.6 million on houses it apparently plans to use as single-family rental properties. read more >
Banking & Finance / Energy

Staci Gasaway Hired as CFO at Seal Solar

She's the first person to hold the position at the energy company. read more >
Construction / Government & Politics / Public Companies / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food / Retail

Dollar General Plans $140M Distribution Center in North Little Rock

The project could create as many as 600 jobs. read more >
A file photo of Errin Stanger in 2019
Small Business

Errin Stanger Named Director of Winrock’s Regional Innovation Hub

She's worked for the nonprofit since it opened in 2014. read more >
L'Oréal hair dye on store shelves in California. Sales of boxed hair dye and other products have increased during the pandemic, and that demand has led the company to expand its North Little Rock facility. 
Manufacturing / Public Companies / Retail

L’Oreal Expanding In Response to Soaring Demand

The company has filled 50 new positions and is looking to add more as it undergoes a $12 million expansion of its North Little Rock facility. read more >
Real Estate

Coulson Oil Bought NorthShore Site for $430K

Two sites and a shooting range were sold in the latest round of real estate transactions. read more >
Real Estate

Two 7-Digit Deals in Pulaski County

You want more million-dollar deals? Here’s a pair. read more >
Construction / Education / Real Estate / Retail / Small Business

Fort Smith No. 1 in Arkansas Tech Business Index for September, 3Q

Fort Smith returned to the top of the Arkansas Tech University Business Index in September, and also led the way in the third-quarter rankings. read more >
North Little Rock leaders say this Motel 6 at 400 W. 29th St. is leaving the light on for some undesirable activity. | (Photo by Tre Baker)
Government & Politics / Legal / Tourism

NLR Leaders Want To Deep Six Motel 6

The city of North Little Rock is asking a Pulaski County court to declare a Motel 6 by the Laman Library a public nuisance. read more >
Situated on the banks of the Arkansas River, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center houses a permanent collection and hosts temporary exhibits throughout the year.
Construction / Real Estate / Tourism

Report: Clinton Presidential Center Boosts Downtown Economy, Tourism

Ten years since its construction, the $165 million Clinton Presidential Center has more than covered its cost. read more >
Construction / Restaurants & Food / Retail

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse Coming to McCain Mall

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is on its way to McCain Mall in North Little Rock. It's expected to open summer 2015. read more >
Government & Politics / Nonprofits / Tourism

Jane Chu to Visit Little Rock, North Little Rock Next Week

The chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts is scheduled to be in central Arkansas next week to meet with the arts community in Little Rock and North Little Rock. read more >
Restaurants & Food / Retail

Bar Louie Coming to McCain Mall in 2015

Bar Louie is opening its second location in Little Rock. The popular restaurant chain, which has 88 locations in 24 states, is set to open another spot at McCain Mall in North Little Rock early next year. read more >
Government & Politics / Transportation

Metroplan Study: Financial Commitment Key to Conway-LR Bus Service

A feasibility study released by Metroplan on an express bus service between Conway and Little Rock found that capital costs, funding sources and operating responsibility would be obstacles in the implementation of the route. read more >
Business Services

Jobless Rate Down in Most Arkansas Metros

Arkansas' unemployment rate dropped five-tenths of a percentage point in January compared to numbers from a year ago. read more >

Cities of Distinction Making Arkansas Stronger

Our cities, towns and communities represent the many patches on that quilt, stitched together through pride, unity of purpose and determination. Our cities and towns are determined to make better lives for their residents. They’ve done so through innovation, dedication and plain ol’ tenacity. Arkansas Business Publishing Group is proud to recognize these efforts with the inaugural City of Distinction awards program. read more >
Government officials, including Mayor Pat Hays and Congressman Tim Griffin, helped open North Little Rock's CNG pumping station.

North Little Rock: Actually, It Is Easy Being Green (Green Initiatives (Over 20K) | Winner)

The choice of North Little Rock as a 2011 City of Distinction in the category of green and energy conservation initiatives was an easy one. City government not only goes green itself, but encourages residents to go green. In fact, it makes it easy for them to do so. read more >