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A deeper dive into a wider 30 A deeper dive into a wider 30 A look at ARDOT's environmental report. July 18, 2018
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  • UAMS restarts cardiac surgery program

    The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, which had to suspend its cardiac surgical care in May when its heart surgeon, Dr. Gareth Tobler, retired before a new hire had been made, has resumed its program.
  • A new design for 30 Crossing: No, not narrower.

    The Arkansas Department of Transportation has made a few changes to the 30 Crossing project that will widen the seven-mile Interstate 30 corridor through North Little Rock and Little Rock, the most significant for downtown Little Rock being the creation of a four-lane Second Street from Mahlon Martin Drive east of I-30 to Cumberland Street west of I-30. The new street would serve as relief from traffic to and from the interstate, to be concentrated at Fourth Street.
  • Out with the maples in the River Market

    The Little Rock Planning Commission will consider today a change to the River Market overlay district that could change the fall palette of the district from red to yellow: The city will ask to remove the maple trees planted along President Clinton Boulevard and elsewhere in the district and replace them with gingkos.
  • Two for 2nd Friday

    Brewer family at Butler, Bryant at HAM.
 

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