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Lowell approves assembly warehouse construction

LOWELL -- The Planning Commission approved construction of an assembly warehouse in Commerce Park during its meeting Tuesday. Continue reading...

Lowell to discuss allowing alcohol sales at events

Lowell city officials again will discuss the option of allowing the sale of alcohol at city events at an Ordinance Committee meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Continue reading...

Lowell to discuss allowing alcohol sales at events

Subscriber onlyLowell city officials again will discuss the option of allowing the sale of alcohol at city events at an Ordinance Committee meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Continue reading...

Inland asks Rogers for trash rate increase

A request to increase the price of trash pickup for about 18,000 households in Rogers will go before a city committee Tuesday. Continue reading...

Rogers' water costs and fees to increase in February

ROGERS -- Residents will see increases to water service costs, fees and deposits next month after the Rogers Waterworks and Sewer Commission approved a proposal Tuesday. Continue reading...

Lowell approves dog tethering ordinance

LOWELL -- A dog tethering ordinance passed by the City Council on Tuesday could result in residents being fined if they restrain a dog to a stationary object. Continue reading...

Rogers plans millions in road work

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- About $60 million of street improvement projects paid for by the Rogers' 2011 bond issue will take place during 2015, city officials said. Continue reading...

Rogers starts work on northern trail loop

ROGERS -- Construction crews started work on the northern portion of a trail loop Thursday that will make access to businesses and other key attractions easier for pedestrians and bicyclists in the future, city officials said. Continue reading...

Rogers Council OKs Pinnacle Hills Parkway extension

ROGERS -- The City Council accepted a bid for extending Pinnacle Hills Parkway and Highland Knolls Road after about a dozen residents spoke both for and against the project Tuesday during the council's regular meeting. Continue reading...

Health officials warn of chikungunya illness

Arkansas Department of Health officials are preparing for the possibility a new mosquito-borne illness could begin spreading in the state this spring. Continue reading...

Flu's toll hits 11 after 8 deaths reported to state

200 hospitalized last week

Subscriber onlyInfluenza activity in the state remains high but has dipped in the past week, likely because of the holiday season, Arkansas health officials said Tuesday. Continue reading...

Medicaid expansion helps jails cover bills

Subscriber onlyA $50,000 medical bill from an inmate who was shot as he was taken into custody in March could have wiped out the Drew County jail's medical budget of about $40,000 annually, said Susan Potts, Drew County jail administrator. Continue reading...

Flu cited in two Arkansas deaths

Health Department reports 451 hospital admissions in state since September

Subscriber onlyThe first flu deaths in the state were reported to the Arkansas Department of Health this week as flu activity surged higher than peaks in 2013 -- the deadliest flu season in Arkansas in more than 30 years. Continue reading...

Greenway reaching finish line

Last stretch of trail system ‘spine’ to be built in spring

Subscriber onlyThe final 8-mile leg of construction on the 36-mile Northwest Arkansas Razorback Regional Greenway is within sight, but officials say its completion is only the beginning of a new trail culture in Northwest Arkansas. Continue reading...

State ranks last in outbreak prep

Health officials dispute rating but say report has its merits

Subscriber onlyArkansas is the least prepared state in the nation for an infectious disease outbreak, according to a report by the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Continue reading...

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