posted: 07/26/2002 5 a.m.
Bob Clark, former superintendent of the Conway Human Development Center, has moved off the center grounds.
posted: 07/16/2002 5:02 a.m.
A decision to allow former superintendent Bob Clark to live on the Conway Human Development Center campus until Aug. 30 will be examined this week by a legislative personnel committee.
posted: 06/30/2002 4:56 a.m.
Donna Watts sat near her son's grave. It was a brisk January day, but she was barely aware of the cold air brushing her cheeks.
posted: 06/28/2002 4:54 a.m.
Susan Fennell remembers it as "The Day." Ten years ago, she took her 6-year-old son, Alex, to live at the Conway Human Development Center.
posted: 06/26/2002 4:52 a.m.
They called him John-John. He was 32 years old and had been sick much of his life. Diabetes. Congenital heart disease. Chronic hepatitis-B infections. Down's syndrome. Kidney problems.
posted: 06/24/2002 4:48 a.m.
It was 7:35 p.m. on April 17, 2001, and something strange was about to happen on living unit 6 Cedar.
posted: 06/24/2002 4:30 a.m.
For 15 years, when one Conway Human Development Center resident became angry, staff members ordered him to get on his knees, put his hands behind his back and place his nose on the ground.
posted: 06/24/2002 4:28 a.m.
She was having a bad day. And on Sept. 19, 1998, everyone around her had one, too.
posted: 06/23/2002 11:48 p.m.
Editor's note: Information in this story is sexually graphic and may offend some readers. For years, Anthony has sexually preyed on fellow residents at the Conway Human Development Center.
posted: 06/23/2002 11:39 p.m.
A partial list of problems cited by state and federal investigators at the Conway Human Development Center 2001-02.
posted: 05/07/2002 6 a.m.
The primary responsibility for operating the six human development centers rests in the hands of the Developmental Disabilities Services Board and not the state Department of Human Services.
posted: 03/31/2002 5:05 a.m.
Bob Clark, longtime superintendent of the Conway Human Development Center, has resigned following a barrage of critical reports by state and federal investigators.