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Federal CARES Act offers loans, other funding to mitigate COVID-19 related overhead costs
The global pandemic may be accelerating and uncertainty running high, but officials with the Arkansas Bankers Association (ABA) are firm in their assertion that the state’s financial institutions are well-positioned to weather the health crisis.
Final $2 Trillion stimulus offers $1,250 check to most Americans, extra $350 billion in forgivable bridge loans to small business owners
The Daily Record staff is compiling a comprehensive list of COVID-19 resources for small business owners and companies in Central Arkansas.
As Gov. Asa Hutchinson called for the closure of Arkansas’ three casinos for two weeks to key large crowds at bay, the Arkansas Legislature and most government offices are shutting down for the foreseeable future as the state takes steps to mitigate the economic and social impact of the spread of the coronavirus.
NAR, local realtors say most homebuyers now find home online
Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday (March 11) confirmed Arkansas’ first presumptive positive case of coronavirus, known as COVID-19, during a press conference at the State Capitol.
Statewide efforts have pushed third grade reading proficiency up 38 percent
Several Arkansas municipalities, nonprofits, state agencies and other non-tax entities are now taking advantage of new legislation enacted into law last summer to speed up the adoption of sun-powered solar energy project statewide in 2020.
Encore Healthcare and Rehabilitation at West Little Rock, a senior care community offering long-term care and short-term rehabilitation services, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on February 13 to mark its official rebranding from its former name, Pleasant Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation.
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