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Jacksonville is a suburb 15 miles northeast of Little Rock and was named for Mr. Nicholas Jackson. He donated land to the Cairo & Fulton Railroad for a railroad right-of-way in 1870. A community formed around the railroad depot eventually forming the town of Jacksonville which was incorporated in 1941. The Battle of Reed's Bridge Marker is found in Jacksonville. It memorializes Confederate troops who prevented Union troops from moving toward Little Rock during the Civil War. Unique to Jacksonville are the Museum of Military History and the Guitar Museum.
Local Newspapers: Jacksonville Patriot Leader
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Arkansas State University
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Towns/Cities near jacksonville, arkansas : Gravel Ridge Cabot Sherwood McAlmont Gibson
City lists police chief finalists
Jacksonville's mayor on Sunday identified the three finalists vying to become the city's new police chief, a position that has been a consistent source of controversy and uncertainty for the city over the past year. The finalists include Christopher Chapmond, an assistant police chief with the Hot Springs Police Department; James Jones, a security and legal consultant in Michigan; and James Bacon, a former Russellville police chief who now works at a security company.Lanes of U.S. 67/167 to close
Work on a $79.2 million project to widen a 4.6-mile section of U.S. 67/167 between Jacksonville and Cabot will require multiple lane closings beginning Monday, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said. Lanes on U.S. 67/167 as well as the frontage road will require intermittent closings during daytime hours throughout the week, weather permitting.Isaac Henry faces controversy over residency in state House race in North Little Rock
Speaking of residency disputes in House races KARK reports on some oppo research that has been making the rounds that Isaac Henry , a candidate for House District 37, may actually be a resident of another district. He has connections to two homes, but KARK reports that, at least by outward appearances, he seems to live with his family in a home that is in a neighboring district.Opponents give views in special Senate race
In their state Senate race, Democrat Steven McNeely of Jacksonville and Republican Ricky Hill of Cabot disagree over Gov. Asa Hutchinson's plan to cut the state's top individual income tax rate and over the Legislature's proposed constitutional amendment that would limit certain awards for damages in civil suits.On tax-forfeited land, it's going, going, gone
A bidder makes an offer Tuesday morning at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock as the state land commissioner's office auctions off land and other properties on which the owners did not pay property taxes. The state land commissioner's largest delinquent tax sale of the season garnered more than $2 million after bidders purchased 217 of the 431 plots of land, homes and businesses on the auction block Tuesday at Verizon Arena.Panel opposes tweaks to public-records law
The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act Task Force on Monday voted on four proposed tweaks to the public-records law, erring on the side of more disclosure and transparency in each case. The committee -- tasked with making recommendations to the Arkansas General Assembly on amendments to the state Freedom of Information Act -- discussed bills that died during last year's legislation session , but that may be introduced again in 2019.More Food News: Wayback Burgers planned in Little Rock; Thai place opens in Jacksonville
Look for Wayback Burgers to open its first Little Rock outlet sometime the week of April 16 in the Chenal Curve Shopping Center, 16900 Chenal Parkway.5 central Arkansas police officers suing to ax director
Describing "chaos" in the Jacksonville Police Department, five officers sued on Wednesday to remove the mayor's designated Police-Department director, stating that City Attorney Bob Bamburg is holding the job illegally. The lawsuit says state law bars Bamburg from holding the position because he's not a police chief and because elected officials are prohibited from simultaneously holding two city jobs.Bail reduced for suspect in crimes in three states
A Pulaski County circuit judge has set bail at $100,000, down from $500,000, for a 25-year-old Jacksonville man facing federal kidnapping charges in Minnesota and suspected in the death of his girlfriend, whose burning body was found in New Orleans. Defense attorney David Sudduth argued for the bail reduction, since in Arkansas, Joseph Sean-Anthony "Joey" Porter is charged only with theft by receiving involving a car stolen from New Orleans.First Arkansas Bank & Trust Opens Conway Branch With Q B
Jacksonville will add two school resource officers to local schools after the city's Police Department leadership received sharp criticism for reducing the number of those officers. Mayor Gary Fletcher announced the move at a City Council special meeting Thursday night.Air Force chief talks about future in Jacksonville
Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson told a gathering Tuesday inside a hangar at Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville that the new military budget includes funds for 19 new C-130 transport aircraft, but she said she had "no clue" where the planes would be sent. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson told hundreds of central Arkansas airmen what was to come in the military branch's future Tuesday from inside an airplane hangar.Police pan 2 Jacksonville leaders
The Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police has cast a vote of no confidence in the leadership of Mayor Gary Fletcher and City Attorney Robert Bamburg, saying the two men have shown an "inability" to lead the city's Police Department. The organization criticized Fletcher and Bamburg in a statement announcing the weekend vote, raising concerns about a recent notice of personnel transfers, among other topics.
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