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Kroger announces grand opening of NLR store

Kroger announces grand opening of NLR store

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.  – The Memphis-based Kroger Delta Division announced today the Grand Re-Opening of their North Little Rock Store, located at 6929 JFK Blvd. The “Grand Re-Opening” is scheduled for this Wednesday, January 25.    

It was just 10 (ten) months ago, in March of 2011, Kroger started remodeling the 57,840 square foot Store.  In September of 2011 the 25,455 square foot addition was completed to bring the total square footage of the newly remodeled store to 83,295 square feet.

McCain Mall to celebrate grand reopening

McCain Mall to celebrate grand reopening

Guests invited to experience a weekend full of fashion, food, healthy living and fun!

WHAT:           McCain Mall looks forward to celebrating its completed renovation with the community and invites them to participate in a celebration focused on a new year and a new mall!  Guests can enjoy prize giveaways every hour Saturday through Monday, and the first 500 guests attending the special event each day will receive a special giveaway, while supplies last.  Additionally, young visitors can enjoy arts and crafts each day at the Simon Kidgits Club corner.

Friday, January 13: Ribbon Cutting with Mayor Patrick Henry Hays, 7 pm – 9 pm

'Shop With a Cop' Phase II to benefit local families

'Shop With a Cop' Phase II to benefit local families

 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark.

Shopping with the sheriff

Shopping with the sheriff

Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. the Sheriff's Office will be taking a family from McAlmont Christmas shopping at the Target in North Little Rock.  The family is a single mother with seven children (5 girls and 2 boys).

You are invited to "shop with the Sheriff."

In addition, the Sheriff's Office Fraternal Order of Police lodge and other employees have donated and collected money for bicycles to give to children in need.

The bikes were presented to children in College Station and to children identified by Rev. Bennie Johnson and Stop the Violence.  Other presents and donations were given out to additional families that expressed a need.

McCain Mall hosts original Statler sleigh

McCain Mall hosts original Statler sleigh

Guests invited to fill the sleigh with nonperishable food items

WHAT: McCain Mall is honored to host a beloved piece of Americana, the Statler Brothers Sleigh, in conjunction with the North Little Rock Mayor’s Youth Council.

The sleigh is from their famous Christmas Album and will be on display at the mall throughout the holidays.

Guests are invited to view this majestic sleigh, which is modeled after a 19th century Russian and Canadian version, and also help end hunger this holiday season.

McCain Mall has partnered with the North Little Rock Mayor's Youth Council to collect nonperishable food items and canned goods for The Arkansas Rice Depot.  Visitors are asked to help fill the sleigh with these items December 10 and 17.        

COST: FREE

WHEN:  Friday, Dec.

REMINDER: Fashion designers apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

REMINDER: Fashion designers apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

Monday, October 17 is the deadline for fashion designers of all ages to apply to showcase their clothing lines at the fourth annual Little Rock Fashion Week, scheduled for July 16-21, 2012 at various locations in downtown Little Rock. To request an application for LRFW 2012 send an email to joinus@littlerockfashionweek.com.

LRFW highlights the best fashions by local, national and student designers at its Posh Expression and Young & Fabulous fashion shows. Participating clothing lines compete to win the distinction of LRFW’s “2012 Clothing Line of the Year.” The winner receives several prizes and perks for up to one year.

The 2011 winner, Laurella by Pittsburgh resident Laurie B.

Questions for the elected leadership of North Little Rock

Questions for the elected leadership of North Little Rock

So here are just  few questions that would lead to an effective set of cuts that would prevent taxing. I would appreciate published answers.

 

1.  How many total dollars (including man power hours and city employee positions are assigned to the site) have been spent trying to bring the USS Hoga here?  Please include all costs including the cost of the lawsuit against the Florida firm that wanted the Hoga.  Please include all amounts in the "riverfront development" fund and any dollars spent on the Arkansas Queen in the accounting.

2.  How many dollars and man power hours have been spent on the  toy helicopter and training certified police officers to fly it and precisely what purpose has it served?