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Early travelers used a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River as a landmark. La Petite Roche (French for "the Little Rock"), named in 1722 by French explorer and trader Jean-Baptiste Bénard de la Harpe, marked the transition from the flat Mississippi Delta region to the Ouachita Mountain foothills. Travelers referred to the area as "the Little Rock" and the landmark name stuck.

Population: 189515
Local Newspapers: Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Zip Codes associated with little rock, arkansas: 72103 72114 72202 72204 72205 72206 72207 72209 72210 72211 72212 72223 72227
Towns/Cities near little rock, arkansas : Capital View College Station Sweet Home South End Cammack Village Boyle Park West Markham Douglas Corner Parkers-Iron Springs Shannon Hills

Little Rock News
Most Arkansas school districts OK'd for early start; only 12 in state have yet to get waivers

A total of 191 Arkansas school districts on Thursday got an OK from the state Board of Education to start the 2018-19 school year on Monday, Aug. 13, which is earlier than allowed by law. As a result of Education Board action Thursday and last month, only 12 districts in the state have yet to receive waivers of the statute that dictates the timing for the start of a school year.

Preschool, arts, safety high on group's to-do list for Little Rock

Chris East , Kara Wilkins and Antwan Phillips, three of the co-chairmen of Think Big Little Rock, unveil the group's ideas for improving the city during Thursday's Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting. A group of young professionals backed by the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce and a subgroup of business leaders unveiled an action plan Thursday that they said will make the Little Rock region thrive.

Think Big Little Rock makes its pitch to Little Rock Chamber

Think Big Little Rock , a group of around 100 young professionals aged 25 to 40, presented their vision for the Little Rock region yesterday at the Little Rock Regional Chamber's annual meeting at the Convention Center. Conceived and funded by Fifty for the Future , a coalition of business and community leaders, Think Big Little Rock was charged with developing an action plan to "improve the overall community in the Little Rock region for young professionals."

Artfully Accomplished

A $40 million gift from the Windgate Charitable Foundation will pay for new arts facilities at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. The largest single grant made by the foundation in its history provides another boost to UA's art school after the August announcement of a $120 million gift from the Walton Charitable Family Support Foundation.

Albuquerque high school students eyeing 'civil rights tour'

A group of Albuquerque high school students is trying to raise money to visit sites linked to the Civil Rights Movement in the American South.

Making NLR's Argenta a 24/7 Business Beacon

Mayor Joe Smith, right, and communications chief Nathan Hamilton look over the Argenta Plaza site, the mayor's grand vision for downtown.

Democrat announces 2018 Arkansas governor bid

In this Monday, Dec. 11, 2017 photo, Jared Henderson, the former executive director of Teach for America's Arkansas branch, speaks in Little Rock, Ark. Henderson announced Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 that he's seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson in 2018.

Little Rock apartments seek up to $589,692 in damages after city closed complex

The city of Little Rock's decision to close a Colonel Glenn Road apartment complex cost its owners between $414,759 to $589,692 in lost income, an economic analyst told a Pulaski County circuit judge on Monday. The city's analysis of losses at the Alexander Apartments comes in at about a third of the low estimate, $155,237.

Arkansas panel clears way for new Ten Commandments marker

In this June 28, 2017, file photo, a Ten Commandments monument outside the state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., is blocked off after a man crashed into it with a vehicle, less than 24 hours after the privately funded monument was installed on the Capitol grounds. The Arkansas Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission signed off on the final design Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, for a new monument, which will now include four concrete posts for protection.

Angry boarding house resident shoots man 22 times because of noise, deputies say

A complaint over noise provoked a 59-year-old Arkansas man to shoot a fellow boarding house resident 22 times, according to an affidavit filed earlier this week in the murder case. Robert Penny of rural Mountain Home is being held on $1 million bond in the Dec. 5 homicide.

Windgate makes $300,000 grant to Pulaski Tech for arts

A grant of $300,000 from the Windgate Charitable Foundation in Siloam Springs will promote UA Pulaski Tech's arts programming at its Center for Humanities and Arts , the college announced today. The Windgate Foundation - which also provided $20.3 million for the new arts facility at UA Little Rock - has been a generous supporter of CHARTS, providing $1 million to furnish and equip the facility, which includes classrooms, a 450-seat theater and the Windgate Gallery, and providing a $500,000 challenge grant to create an endowment, which Pulaski Tech met.

16-year-old boy faces charges after Little Rock carjacking

A 16-year-old boy faces multiple felonies after being arrested Monday in connection to a carjacking last week, according to an arrest report. Police arrested Braelyn Eskridge of Little Rock on Monday after the victim's vehicle was found at 9222 Interstate 30 Frontage Road and a traffic stop was made, according to the report.

Arkansas pork processor expanding operations, adding 34 jobs

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - An Arkansas pork processor and wholesaler is expanding its operations through a $2.1 million project that will create 34 new jobs.

Amen for ramen

On Mondays, Coby's, the cafeteria at Little Rock's Arkansas Heart Hospital, makes ramen with chicken. On Wednesday and Friday it comes topped with other proteins.

Church able to help needy children following anonymous donation

JONESBORO, AR - Thanks to an anonymous donor from Little Rock, the First United Methodist Church's Christmas Emporium received a $1,000 donation to replace toys that were stolen last week. During the emporium, parents pick out donated toys for their Christmas wish lists.

"In many cases, school district lines are the more potent...

That excellent sentence is from this fine Andre Perry piece on the connection between charter schools and continued de facto school segregation. The reality is that charter schools, private schools, and people who move to the suburbs for "better schools" that are almost always whiter schools are reinforcing what Brown v.

Style: 'Souper' ramen available in Little Rock

Most people think of ramen as a diet staple for impoverished college students, five-for-a-dollar plastic-wrapped instant noodles with seasoning packets that they can make in a minute in a microwave, Eric E. Harrison writes in Tuesday's Style section.

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