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Rogers gains property from Cave Springs

Subscriber onlyThe city gained land Tuesday after the council agreed to annex property in Cave Springs. Continue reading...

Rogers acquires land from Cave Springs

Property owners request de-annexation

Subscriber onlyThe city gained land Tuesday after property owners said Cave Springs failed to provide them with required services. Continue reading...

Eminent domain proceedings begin to make way for Rogers trail completion

Subscriber onlyThe city council authorized the start of condemnation proceedings Tuesday to complete the Pleasant Ridge Trail. Continue reading...

Rogers voters approve city bond plan

Subscriber onlyVoters gave a green light Tuesday to almost $240 million in projects for the city's roads, parks and Police and Fire departments. Continue reading...

Rogers panel OKs housing requests

Subscriber onlyThe Planning Commission approved two rezoning requests Tuesday to develop housing. Continue reading...

Rogers plans multiple interstate overpasses

Subscriber only The city wants to help drivers get across Interstate 49 while avoiding cars getting on and off the busy road. Continue reading...

Rogers City Council approves growth map, moves into immediate effect

Subscriber onlyCouncil members unanimously approved and adopted an updated growth map for the city Tuesday night that will immediately go into effect. The Planning Commission unanimously approved the map last week. Continue reading...

Parks department hopes to create parks with bond approval

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The western portion of the city needs more greenspace to keep pace with the growing population, officials say. Continue reading...

Rogers seeks place for dispatch center

City asks voters to extend sales tax

Subscriber onlyEmergency response dispatchers work out of a converted jail cell when severe weather hits Rogers. Continue reading...

Planning Commission OKs development plan for Rogers

Subscriber onlyThe Planning Commission approved an update to the city's growth map Tuesday that aims to ease restrictions to mixed-use development. Continue reading...

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