posted: 05/29/2016 5:45 a.m.
Walking through the long-neglected, 1880 Thomas Cemetery in North Little Rock's Levy area, Kristal Clark gestured toward an area that lacked any grave markers, despite the hundreds of dead interred there.
updated: 05/24/2016 6:44 a.m.
Pledging the city's support for the Junior League of North Little Rock's relocation and continued existence, the City Council on Monday approved the sale of the E.O. Manees House, the league's headquarters since 1962.
posted: 05/22/2016 5:58 a.m.
Wanting to help with the expansion of a downtown business, Mayor Joe Smith is proposing that North Little Rock sell the 120-year-old E.O. Manees House, uprooting the Junior League, which has used the house as its headquarters for more than 50 years.
posted: 05/19/2016 3:13 a.m.
A vote conducted through email by the North Little Rock Advertising and Promotion Commission members to approve a development loan drew differing opinions Wednesday on whether the voting procedure violated the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.
posted: 05/15/2016 2:45 a.m.
Updated map ready on Burns Park sites An updated map of activity sites and points of interest at the 1,625-acre Burns Park is now available online, the Parks and Recreation Department announced last week.
posted: 05/12/2016 5:45 a.m.
Poisoning of some of the vegetation outside North Little Rock's famed Old Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park is causing the city to consider installing security cameras at the historic site.
posted: 05/10/2016 3:08 a.m.
Pulaski County Special School District buses will be able to make their morning and afternoon runs from property at 7508 MacArthur Drive in North Little Rock in an agreement reached Monday between the school district, the city and neighborhood representatives.
posted: 05/09/2016 2:49 a.m.
A $10.17 million overpass project on East McCain Boulevard that has the potential to open up development on North Little Rock's eastern side will likely be ready to proceed by month's end.
posted: 05/04/2016 3:14 a.m.
Volunteers sought for cleanup day Volunteer groups will meet May 14 to pick up litter along streets, in parks and on playgrounds in their neighborhoods during the annual Great North Little Rock Cleanup.
posted: 05/01/2016 5:50 a.m.
Long overshadowed by more visible remembrances of other wars, Arkansas' stories of World War I will be given more public attention over the next two years.
posted: 04/26/2016 5:45 a.m.
North Little Rock aldermen on Monday approved adding the former Stone Links Golf Course to the list of 35 parks under the city's Parks and Recreation Commission, but the action doesn't designate the property as an official city park.
posted: 04/24/2016 2:44 a.m.
Museum to remain separate from parks Moving the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum under the control of the North Little Rock Parks and Recreation Department won't place the tourist attraction into the city parks system for legal reasons, Mayor Joe Smith said last week.
posted: 04/24/2016 1:06 a.m.
Charlie Duveen’s eighthgrade physics class in New York is designing a nuclear-powered submarine as a semester project due in time for review Thursday by U.S. Navy architects and engineers.
posted: 04/22/2016 2:47 a.m.
Vandalism at Little Rock's historic Mount Holly Cemetery this week came just days before an annual fundraiser to help preserve the grounds of the cemetery, founded in 1843.
posted: 04/21/2016 3:20 a.m.
Rock Region Metro wants to start early in informing and engaging elected officials, its customers and the general public about bus route modifications it will be able to make after voters defeated a transit-tax proposal in a March 1 election.