Michigan-Based Company Setting Up Manufacturing Facility at LR Port
A Michigan-based manufacturing company is setting up a production facility at the Port of Little Rock in 2020.
During a press conference today at the port, HMS Mfg. Co. executives announced plans to build a new manufacturing hub for the company, which produces home organization housewares. Read the full story here.
From Courtroom to Boardroom, Ruth Whitney Proves a Formidable Player
With a list of credentials that can stop anyone in their tracks, Ruth Whitney owns any room she enters.
An attorney and entrepreneur, she founded inVeritas, a Little Rock public affairs firm, and Select Litigation, a jury selection and litigation support services company, after leaving public service under then-Attorney General Mike Beebe. Read the full story here.
Twitter Will Ban Political Ads, CEO Jack Dorsey Says
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced today that the social media platform will stop all political advertising in November. The ban is expected to go into effect Nov. 22.
In a series of tweets, Dorsey wrote that Twitter will no longer allow political advertising with a few exceptions, such as voter registration ads. Read the full story here.
Hot Springs Cancer Center Accredited by National Organization
A Hot Springs health center has been accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.
The CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Cancer Center received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Cancer, which recognizes excellence in patient care. Read the full story here.
It’s All About the Money: LRSD and the State Board of Education
If the rest of the state didn’t know before, it does now. The Little Rock School District (LRSD) is a mess.
Articles abound about what is going to happen to the LRSD printed in progressive and conservative periodicals both in state and out of state. Read the full story here.