Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the conviction of an Izard County man for property theft by deception. Clifton Davis pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court and was sentenced to five years probation and to pay $5,232 in restitution to the Arkansas Medicaid Program, $500 in fines and court costs
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today praised the U.S. Supreme Court for unanimously protecting private property owners, a position Rutledge had urged in a friend of the court brief.
Congressman Bruce Westerman (AR-04) issued the following statement Friday (Jan. 15) in response to the Obama Administration’s plan to halt new coal leaseson federally-owned property
Thursday afternoon the Arkansas Development Finance Authority awarded $10,911,780 in federal low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC), another $161,091 in state tax credits, $3,131,000 in federal HOME program funds, $1,444,783 in Rural Development Preservation Revolving Loan Funds, $450,000 in mortgage settlement funds, and $200,000 in Finance Adjustment Factor (FAF) funds to help in the construction or renovation of affordable rental developments located throughout Arkansas
Governor Asa Hutchinson today issued a proclamation declaring Franklin, Garland, Howard, Izard, Johnson, Montgomery, Newton, Pike, Pope and Searcy counties a disaster area. Severe storms, flooding and tornadoes that began May 8 killed two Arkansans and damaged private property and public facilities in these counties. The governor issued the proclamation upon touring the affected areas Monday afternoon
An innovative and useful new product designed to greatly simplify a variety of gardening tasks, the Moonruver, has been developed by inventor John Moore of Newport, Arkansas. The invention’s unique design serves to greatly enhance the versatility and utility of a conventional riding mower.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has launched a new website for governor.arkansas.gov. This new site design is intended to reach beyond the Little Rock bubble and into the homes and offices of all Arkansans. It features all areas of our great state and highlights Governor Hutchinson’s focus on job creation, economic development, computer science, and a whole lot more
Pursuant to Article 6, Section 15 of the Arkansas Constitution, I write to inform you that today I have vetoed Senate Bill 79, which I have returned to you with this letter. I have done so because in its current form it is overbroad, vague and will have the effect of restricting free speech
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) formally awarded $1.5 million to boost economic development in the Lower Mississippi River Delta Region. This funding is provided through the Delta Community Capital Initiative.
The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have joined together to bring Arkansans a “one stop” spot on the Internet for information on protecting lives and property from tornadoes and floods.
Disaster recovery officials have a key message for homeowners, renters and business owners in the four Arkansas counties approved for individual assistance as a result of the April 27 severe storms: Complete your U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster loan application — Discarding it could be like throwing away money!
IDX, Inc. is eager to announce their newest client addition, Nicole Miller with Small Fee Realty, LLC in Russellville, Arkansas, in joining the ever growing database of real estate agents and brokers choosing to customize, advanced and improve their websites, by incorporating a custom IDX solution. With this new IDX software addition, Miller’s website will drastically change, developing a much more user-friendly and easy-to-navigate online property search process for prospective home buyers.
On March 28, Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe signed into law a measure that sets up one of the strongest home visiting systems in the country by ensuring investments are directed to programs that are proven to achieve successful results for children and families. The act, which was approved unanimously in both the senate and the house, also requires that home visiting programs track and measure outcomes such as improvements in maternal and infant health, family self-sufficiency and school readiness
Conner Eldridge, United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas; Christopher A. Henry, IRS-Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge for the Nashville Field Office; and Randall C. Coleman, FBI Special Agent in Charge, announced today that Brandon L. Barber, age 37, of New York, and four other men were charged with federal crimes stemming from schemes to defraud involving several Northwest Arkansas real estate transactions and Barber’s bankruptcy case.
Jerome Fantinel of Prime Real Estate in Fayetteville, Arkansas, have adopted the IDX, Inc. sponsored IDX Broker software. Their website now hosts a dynamic IDX solution which extracts raw listing data from the Arkansas Regional MLS (ARKMLS) and seamlessly integrates it onto the website Fantinel support. By pulling hundreds of listings from ARKMLS database, Smith can give their clients and other Arkansas area potential buyers the unique ability to quickly and easily find a property without ever leaving the convenient search page IDX Broker and Fantinel have created.
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