Toad Suck Daze earned the gold award in the Festival of the Year category at the 2017 ALFiE (Arkansans Love Festivals and Events) Awards Luncheon, which took place Jan. 26, 2017, during the Arkansas Festivals and Events Association’s annual conference and trade show in Little Rock.
Andrea Woods, executive vice president and corporate counsel for Nabholz Construction Services, is the 2017 chair of the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors. New appointments to the Chamber’s 32-member board are Chris Coffman, Sarah Murphy, Mayor Bart Castleberry, Chris Boudrie, Julie Gillaspy, and Joanna Nabholz.
The Conway+ 2017 community profile and resource guide features interviews with local leaders in the public and private sectors. View the videos below and be sure to check out the digital edition of Conway+ for abbreviated transcriptions of these interviews and more.
Mark your calendar for these fun, family-friendly holiday events in downtown Conway.
Children’s programming at Toad Suck Daze earned the festival a Gold Pinnacle Award from the International Festivals & Events Association. Toad Suck Daze took home a total of eight awards at this year’s convention.
Off the Clock attendees got a first look at the University of Central Arkansas’s new Donaghey Hall in advance of the grand opening of the mixed-use development.
Conway Obstetrics and Gynecology welcomes Dr. Lauren Nolen to its staff and introduces MonaLisa Touch, the latest technology in improving women's gynecologic health.
Acadia Healthcare (NASDAQ:ACHC) of Franklin, Tennessee, broke ground Oct. 6 on a new 65,000-square-foot, 80-bed behavioral health hospital that will employ approximately 150. The facility will be located on Sturgis Road just south of The Meadows Technology Park.
Get a bird's eye view of the biggest infrastructure projects underway in Conway and Faulkner County.
Street trees, wider sidewalks, and streetscaping are more than simple aesthetics. These features can contribute to a city's economic growth.