Sales tax revenue to fund Fort Smith city operations continues to move in the wrong direction. For the first four reporting months of 2013, the collections are 1.55% below 2012 levels and 4.33% below budget.
A special reception is being held on Thursday May 30, at Arvest Ballpark as general manager Eric Edelstein passes the torch to Justin Cole, who will takeover general management for the Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
What started off as an attempt by Whirlpool to ban the drilling of groundwater wells in the neighborhood north of its former manufacturing facility due to it admitted trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination has led to two lawsuits
Area residents could soon be smelling fresh paint along Garrison Avenue following the announcement today that Fort Smith is in the running for a revitalization project as part of the "Main Street Matters" campaign.
Consumers across Northwest Arkansas continue to boost local sales tax collections upward through the first three months of this year, despite the adjustment to higher payroll taxes and a colder winter season.
A revised risk management plan submitted by Whirlpool Corporation to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Tuesday (May 21) has left residents and city directors dissatisfied with the company's plan for cleanup.
Gov. Mike Beebe on Wednesday (May 22) presented four Arkansas companies with the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Global Trade during an awards luncheon at the Governor’s Mansion. The award honors companies for their leadership in exporting goods and services throughout the world.
When tragedy strikes, Wal-Mart is often one of the first on the scene to help as the retailer mans its own storm watch and disaster teams from its central command center at the Bentonville home office.