The Bryant City Council members met in special session Thursday evening to address a proposed bond issue, but made no decision.
This issue â€” which was rejected by voters in May â€” has been revised to include only park improvements as suggested by Bryant People for Parks. This organization is made up of many of the various athletic associations in Bryant.
During the meeting, council members heard two different views about the issue during the public comment section before Alderman Rob Roedel presented a motion to adjourn without a decision.
The Crossfit Legit gym in Benton will be hosting an open house today to debut a new program for children.
The open house will take place from 3:30 to 7 p.m. at 3309 Winchester Drive in Benton.
Jason Miller, who has always enjoyed fitness, originally opened his gym in Bryant but has since moved to Benton to allow for more growth. The new location is also more convenient for many people, he said.
During the event, different groups will be performing workout demonstrations. A food truck, Beast Truck, and snow cones by Icemeister will also be available.
At approximately, 10:30 a.m. the victim of the accident died. Dorsey will now be charged with first degree murder.
Marcus Dorsey, 39, of Little Rock has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run accident that occurred Thursday afternoon at Alcoa Exchange shopping center.