Tucked away on Highway 124 in northern Faulkner County is the Arkansas Christadelphian Bible School. The school sits on land donated by James Daniel Martin in 1885 for holding Christadelphian gatherings. Martin was a member of a Christadelphian ecclesia that formed in the Georgia Settlement of Conway County in the early 1880s.
Conway Regional Health System has been named among 36 companies as one of the Best Places to Work in Arkansas.
Faulkner County’s Juvenile Court Girl Scout Troop brought home the Opening Doors Award on Saturday.
The early part of Day 2 of the AAA Arkansas State Legion Baseball Tournament began with a pair of eliminations.
Incoming University of Central Arkansas freshman Miles Smith won the Arkansas State Golf Association Junior Boys Match Play championship on Thursday at Eagle Hill Golf and Athletic Club.
A man suspected of burning down a Conway apartment building earlier this year has been federally indicted.
A public meeting regarding the future of Matthews Park will be held at the Greenbrier Junior High School Cafeteria on Thursday.
The Children’s Advocacy Alliance is continuing to partner with The CALL to raise awareness in the community through its Christmas in July program.