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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
Levee fails, 100 Humnoke homes flood
The town, which has a population of less than 300, has between 16 inches and 2 feet of standing water in places, according to Doug Erwin, the Lonoke County county judge. The levee surrounded the town, which has a lower elevation than the communities around it, Erwin said, so water from Cabot and Jacksonville rushed in when the levee broke Monday night.3/8/18 Police beat
According to an incident report, officers were called out shortly after 5:30 p.m. after the 33-year-old victim said he believed someone shot through his bedroom window. "Upon further investigation of the window, it appeared to be a small hole in the window that appeared to be made by a pellet gun," the officer wrote in his report.In NLR, Fairfax's new name is McCain
Fairfax Drive in North Little Rock has a new, yet familiar, name, with a nod to the street's history still to come. The City Council approved the renaming of Fairfax Drive to East McCain Boulevard on Monday evening, effective immediately.JPs approve regional pact for LR-based mental-crisis unit
Eleven central Arkansas counties and cities agreed to help fund a regional crisis-stabilization unit for mentally ill people through a Pulaski County Quorum Court action Tuesday evening. The agreement, approved unanimously by Quorum Court members, is among Pulaski, Grant, Perry, Saline, Jefferson and Lonoke counties and the cities of Little Rock, North Little Rock, Sherwood, Jacksonville and Maumelle.Assault case sent to juvenile court
A North Little Rock teenager, accused of participating in a home-invasion assault in Jacksonville, will be tried on the charges in juvenile court where Braylon Lunnie is already facing unrelated charges of aggravated assault on a police officer and forgery.Lane work planned for U.S. 67/167
A $79.2 million project to widen U.S. 67/167 from Jacksonville to Cabot will require a series of lane closings and modifications to two on-ramps beginning Monday and lasting throughout the week, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said. Lanes on U.S. 67/167 and the northbound frontage road will be closed at various times, weather permitting.Surplus cash back to state, judge orders
Almost $969,800 in state economic-development funding that would have paid for new restrooms in Ward's baseball park, an electric generator for the Cabot animal shelter, a jail in England and books for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program in Pulaski County, among other things, must be returned to public coffers, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza ruled on Tuesday. But one-third of it -- $323,267 -- must go to pay the legal expenses of Mike Wilson of Jacksonville who brought the lawsuit that led to the high-court ruling that legislators had illegally funded the program out of the state General Improvement Fund, the judge said.Sig Sauer Introduces New Varmint & Predator Elite Performance Ammunition
SIG SAUER, Inc. introduces Varmint & Predator Elite Performance Ammunition. This new V&P line of ammunition features copper-jacketed, yellow-tipped projectiles designed for explosive expansion and match-grade accuracy.Initiative partners Air Force, schools
Facing future recruitment and retention shortfalls, the U.S. Air Force is experimenting with a new approach, and Arkansas is one of its first targets. The Air Force wants to collaborate with secondary schools and colleges near installations like Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville.Work set along U.S. 67/167 from Jacksonville to Cabot
A $79.2 million project to widen U.S. 67/167 from Jacksonville to Cabot will require a series of lane closings and modifications to two on-ramps beginning today and lasting throughout the week, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said. Lanes on U.S. 67/167 and the northbound frontage road will be closed at various times, weather permitting.Prosecutors say Japan fight nearly killed man; trial to be held in Little Rock
Newly filed court documents say a former Jacksonville man who has been indicted in Arkansas in a 2016 fight in a restaurant on an American Air Force base in Japan nearly killed one of three U.S. airmen with whom he fought. Rodrigo Pineda Gomez, whose wife is a U.S. Air Force major based on Misawa Air Base in Japan, was indicted this month in the Eastern District of Arkansas on one count of attempted voluntary manslaughter and three counts of assault by striking, beating or wounding.Authorities in central Arkansas find 2 bodies at trailer park in apparent murder-suicide
Jacksonville police on Thursday were investigating an apparent murder-suicide after two people were found dead, according to an agency spokesman. Authorities were notified of the deaths midday Thursday, and a child was at the residence when the deaths occurred, according to police spokesman April Kiser.Ex-Arkansan charged over brawl in Japan
A bar fight at a U.S. air base in Japan has resulted in a former Arkansan facing charges of attempted manslaughter and assault in federal court in Little Rock. On Thursday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Beth Deere presided over a teleconferenced plea and arraignment in which Rodgrigo Pineda Gomez, formerly of Jacksonville, asked to be released until his Arkansas trial stemming from a Feb. 6 indictment handed up by a federal grand jury in Little Rock.
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