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36th Annual International Greek Food Festival this Friday and Saturday

Opa!  Did you miss something this past May? The International Greek Food Festival? Well, it’s here! It’s a little different this year, but the food promises to be as good as always. The event, which is the largest ethnic festival in Arkansas, was postponed this May due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Annunciation Greek Orthodox…

Kim’s Alterations masks up with style

Just because masks have become a daily necessity, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your sense of style or personality. Kim’s Alterations is selling these unique, delicately hand-embroidered, cotton face masks at her shop located at 2002 N. Mississippi just off Cantrell Rd. Masks sell for $15 each and come in a variety of colors,…

Bill Puddephatt Joins the Brokerage and Leasing Team

Kelley Commercial Partners is pleased to announce the addition of the newest member of the brokerage and leasing team, Bill Puddephatt, CCIM. After a distinguished 45-year banking career serving national and state financial institutions in Central Arkansas, Bill Puddephatt, CCIM, has joined Kelley Commercial Partners and is excited to use his experience structuring and financing…

Batesville – a small community with big opportunities

Recently, Jim Dailey and Hank Kelley traveled about 90 miles northeast of Little Rock to visit the city of Batesville. They consulted with Mayor Rick Elembaugh and Chamber President Crystal Johnson to explore economic development opportunities in this small community located along the shores of the White River. Their hosts led them on a tour…