H+N Architects is a locally owned and operated, full-service architectural firm. Founders and principal architects Liz Hamilton and Joanna Nabholz have experience designing projects ranging from multimillion-dollar commercial buildings to residential properties.
Therese Williams, director of events at the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce, and Adena White, director of communications, received the IOM graduate recognition in July from the Institute for Organization Management.
The first project at the Central Landing development on the site of the former Conway airport will break ground this summer. Central Arkansas developer and Burkhalter Technologies Inc. CEO John Burkhalter today announced plans to build a $70 million development that incorporates 339 luxury apartments into 18.7 acres of the mixed-use development.
Molex's new design center will increase investment in Arkansas’ growing technology community and improve Molex capabilities in product design, prototyping, and manufacturing.
Conway’s Downtown Partnership recently took part in a Main Street America study to better understand its merchants, residents, visitors and overall market.
Festival organizers announce the 2018 entertainment, contributions, and promotions.
Toad Suck Daze now has an official hot dog, thanks to the collaborative efforts of Petit Jean Meats and Conway High School’s culinary arts program. Sarah Maull created the recipe for the winning masterpiece, “Toad Mode,” which will be sold at Toad Suck Daze May 4-6, 2018.
At 61 participants, the Conway Area Leadership Institute class of 2018 will be the largest class in the leadership program’s 30-year history.
Organized by the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and underwritten by the University of Central Arkansas, the North Metro Healthcare Awards honored individuals who are making an impact on the overall health of the community they serve and companies that are dedicated to the health and wellness of their employees.
Two of Arkansas’s best-known brands in children’s programming are teaming up to enhance STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education in central Arkansas.