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Arkansas’ second highest state park lodge reopens post-makeover
Things (and people) are looking up in Berryville’s town square
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Return of the Queen

Oh, the difference $9.6 million makes. Turns out, even a queen needs a makeover every 40 years or so. If you ever visited the lodge at Queen Wilhelmina State Park on Rich Mountain before it closed for renovations in early 2012, you probably remember the stunning panoramic view over the Ouachitas. You might also remember

Stop, look and selfie

It's kinda like Berryville's "Back to the Future." Until a few months ago, fading ghosts of classic advertisements were barely visible on the old brick buildings downtown. If you looked closely, the flaking exterior brick walls might have hearkened back to simpler days of drug store soda fountains and 5-cent general goods for sale, but

Reverse mortgages 101

Reverse mortgages are a type of home loan that allow a homeowner to convert a portion of the equity in their home into cash, either as a line of credit, a lump sum or a monthly cash payment. Federal Housing Administration (FHA) data shows the number and value of reverse mortgages have increased since 2012,

Mount Ida’s Front Porch Stage

Love good music? Head to Mount Ida and bring your lawn or camp chair with you to the Montgomery County Courthouse lawn any Saturday between May and October to enjoy the sweet sounds from the Front Porch Stage. For the past 13 years, the stage has seen the likes of country, Southern rock, bluegrass and