The Huntsville Planning Commission last week approved site plans for the construction of three houses in the Cedar Bluff subdivision.
The Hindsville City Council Monday decided to draft an ordinance to deal with unsightly dwellings in the town. An ordinance will need three readings and be published in the newspaper before it can be put into effect.
The Arkansas State Parks director said the swimming pool at Withrow Springs State Park will be open for Memorial Day in May 2020, after some final repairs are made.
Getting local businesses to take part in a survey in 2020 is vital to the Huntsville Economic Development Commission, member Kevin Hatfield told the group at its meeting last week.
A craft brewing company in Huntsville got one step closer to realization Monday night when the Huntsville City Council extended the lease on the Basham building from three to five and one-half years.
The final six rural water tanks have been inspected and test results sent to the Arkansas Department of Health, according to Madison County Water Facilities Board Manager Rodney Reynolds.
Business leaders searching for a new location study demographics, such as population, housing and transportation. Quite often, the first place they go is a locale’s website. Representatives of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission invariably tell audiences of elected officials and com…
The Madison County Quorum Court passed the annual property tax levy ordinance, which assigns millage rates on real estate and personal property for the current year. The biggest chunk of money from property tax goes to schools – 80 percent for property owners in unincorporated parts of the H…
The town of St. Paul, the Huntsville Water Department and a water project in south Madison County all officially received grant money last week during a ceremony in Little Rock.
After months spent talking about changing the subdivision ordinance, the Madison County Quorum Court on Monday let a proposed amendment die due to lack of a second.
Huntsville’s City Council voted Monday night to build kennels for temporary housing of stray animals at the city’s industrial park site. The exact location on the site and the starting construction date will be determined after the Ad Hoc Committee on Kennel Location meets again.
An ad-hoc committee studying where to put a temporary animal shelter met last week before submitting its findings to the Huntsville City Council, which was to address the issue at its meeting on Monday.
Madison County Judge Frank Weaver has been awarded the Association of Arkansas Counties’ (AAC) 2019 Wes Fowler Advocacy Award for his “tireless work in boldly advocating for the counties of Arkansas,” a news release said.
Former Adjutant General Mark Berry has announced his candidacy for House District 82, which includes portions of Crawford, Franklin and Madison counties.
The Huntsville Economic Development Commission recently did further study of the state’s Competitive Communities Initiative Evaluation, according to Economic and Tourism Director Nancy Marsh.
Madison County has seen a slight reduction in the money spent to house prisoners in Washington and Carroll counties this year, according to County Clerk Tamitha Blocker.
District 82 State Rep. Sarah Capp said a meeting last week concerning poultry farmers’ property taxes was productive, not only for lawmakers but state officials, as well.
The Madison County Jail is once again out of compliance with state regulations after another inspection was performed this summer, according to Madison County Judge Frank Weaver, who told the quorum court the findings at Monday’s regular monthly meeting.
The Huntsville City Council Monday tabled a decision on where temporary animal kennels will be placed after a motion to approve a plan did not get enough votes for passage.
Madison County has received $164,019 in Phase 1 funding for an elevator to be installed in the courthouse, according to a news release Tuesday from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program.
The Huntsville Economic Development Commission last week continued its work on the state’s Competitive Communities Initiative Evaluation, according to Economic and Tourism Director Nancy Marsh.
The swimming pool at Withrow Springs State Park will not open for the Labor Day weekend after a leak was discovered Monday morning, according to Arkansas State Parks Director Grady Spann.