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- Four bright-eyed teens line one side of a library table in arguably the most iconic address in Little Rock, Central High School.
- Saline County has many local charities, the most unique of which is the Churches Joint Council on Human Needs (CJCOHN), sometimes called “CJOHN.”
- The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law hosted a reception on Oct. 24 to name a classroom in honor of alumnus Sam Perroni.
- Brad Sims, who has worked as the media and online instruction specialist for the College of Education and Health Professions for a decade, is also a landscape photographer specializing in Arkansas scenes.
People have always been fascinated with the unknown world of ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night.
- A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate has achieved her dream of becoming a homeowner with the help of the University District’s First Time Homebuyer Program.
- Opera has evolved over the last several decades, bringing together audiences far and wide to witness performances like no other.
- It is with profound gratitude for a lifetime of service that we, Williams & Anderson PLC, announce the retirement of a founding partner of our firm, Philip S. Anderson.
- The Central Arkansas Library System — commonly known as CALS — is working hard to shake off the stereotype of librarians shushing patrons deep within dusty stacks.
- Mental health in the legal profession has been a growing concern since the early 1990s. Legal professionals are expected to tackle complex cases, work long hours, display emotional intelligence with clients as well as colleagues, all the while maintaining a social life outside of work.