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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.

Population: 29916
Local Newspapers: Jacksonville Patriot Leader
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Arkansas State University

Zip Codes associated with jacksonville, arkansas: 72076 72099
Towns/Cities near jacksonville, arkansas : Gravel Ridge Cabot Sherwood McAlmont Gibson

Jacksonville News
Jacksonville can't get chief back for now

The Arkansas Supreme Court has denied a motion by Jacksonville that would've temporarily reinstated the city's police chief. Jacksonville Police Chief Geoffrey Herweg had been on the job fewer than three months when Pulaski County Circuit Judge Alice Gray removed him from his post in June.

Voters few in school elections

In quiet early voting and absentee elections that drew no more than two dozen voters, North Little Rock and the Jacksonville/North Pulaski school districts' voters re-elected three unopposed incumbents to new terms of office. Sandra "Sandi" Campbell was re-elected to a second three-year term to the North Little Rock School District's Zone 6 position.

Arkansas school district asks judge to declare staffing, facilities...

The Jacksonville/North Pulaski School District is asking a federal judge to declare the 4,000-student system unitary -- or in compliance with its desegregation obligations -- regarding staffing and facilities. Scott Richardson, an attorney for the district that is only in its second year of independent operation, sent the request to U.S. District Judge D. Price Marshall Jr. on Friday.

Jacksonville man, 21, accepts 25-year prison sentence for 2014 slaying

A 21-year-old Jacksonville man has accepted a 25-year prison sentence on reduced charges for the 2014 killing of a North Little Rock man after the prosecution's only eyewitness to the slaying, already twice convicted of robbery, picked up robbery and burglary charges. Robert Chandler Harris shot and killed 28-year-old Michael Cook in July 2014, less than a week before Harris' 18th birthday.

First Arkansas Bank & Trust Branches Out Into Conway

First Arkansas Bank & Trust of Jacksonville struck a $1.5 million deal to buy a Conway branch from Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff.

Court hears state pet-projects funding suit

The Arkansas Supreme Court returned from its summer break Thursday, hearing oral arguments in a lawsuit filed by a former state legislator who has sought to end the practice of lawmakers directing state funds toward local pet projects. The lawsuit filed by former Rep. Mike Wilson of Jacksonville is similar to a case he previously won.

Cities set alcohol-sales elections

The Jacksonville and Sherwood city councils voted unanimously Thursday evening to schedule a special election Nov. 14 for the old Gray Township voting district to decide whether to allow on-premises alcohol sales after 60 years of being a dry area. Jacksonville council members approved calling the election during their regular meeting Thursday.

Lawmaker to run for mayor

State Rep. Bob Johnson, D-Jacksonville, announced Tuesday that he will run for mayor of Jacksonville in the November 2018 general election. "I'm running because, in my heart, it's time for me to do it, and I feel like I can do a really good job," he said.

Wife shot in head, man gets 65 years

A 63-year-old Jacksonville man who fatally shot his wife during a drunken argument and then called for help accepted a 65-year prison sentence Tuesday. Barely six months after he killed 53-year-old Vanessa Ann Austin, Larry James Hawkins pleaded guilty to reckless manslaughter, reduced from first-degree murder, and being a felon in possession of a firearm before Pulaski County Circuit Judge BarrySims.

House's Armstrong rules out re-election bid; Scott to run

Rep. Eddie Armstrong, D-North Little Rock, said Tuesday that he's not running for re-election next year in order to focus on his family and his growing business. Jamie Scott of North Little Rock said Tuesday that she plans to seek the Democratic nomination for the House District 37 seat that Armstrong holds.

PoloPlaz, Valentus Specialty Chemicals Merge

Valentus Specialty Chemicals and PoloPlaz, Inc. have merged, according to a press release from the former. PoloPlaz, founded in Jacksonville, Ark.

PE-backed Valentus buys PoloPlaz

Valentus Specialty Chemicals , a portfolio company of Huron Capital , has acquired Jacksonville, Ark.-based PoloPlaz Inc , a maker of high performance wood floor coatings for gymnasium and residential applications. No financial terms were disclosed.

Arkansas man accused in death of Alabama woman

Charges have been filed against an Arkansas man in connection with the discovery of an Alabama woman's body at a lake near Jacksonville. Little Rock television station KTHV reports that David Houston-Harvey faces two felony charges in connection with the death of 23-year-old Laramie Cline.

Woman's body found in Arkansas is that of Alabama woman

A body found in central Arkansas has been identified as that of an Alabama woman. Arkansas State Police say the remains of 23-year-old Laramie Cline were found Sunday at Lake Pickthorne near Jacksonville, about 15 miles northeast of Little Rock.

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