Statistics show that more than 18% of Arkansas households face food insecurity, and Ritter Communications is committed to helping reduce that number.
The popular clothing store near the food court of The Mall at Turtle Creek will close this month, store employment confirmed to NEA Report.
The proposed tax increase would cover sewer upgrades and sanitation department costs and would lead to a reduction in residents’ trash bill.
Slim Chickens will be occupying the Highlands Shopping Center’s first out pad.
If you owned a PS3 between 2006 and 2010, there’s no reason you shouldn’t collect a little extra cash from this proposed settlement.
The U.S. Senate unanimously voted to confirm Chris Caldwell to serve as the Federal Co-Chairman of the Delta Regional Authority (DRA).
The House is set to send the GOP tax bill to the President’s desk to be signed into law Wednesday.
Ritter Communications is joining many ISPs in pledging to continue to provide internet services as it always has.
The pastor was said to have not gotten the congregation’s approval before the decision and accused in a newspaper article of excommunicating some members.
While some may have donated blood for money, such as at plasma centers, a new innovation is promising payments to qualified donors who spit in a tube and mail it back in.