Former Rogers Treasurer Jerry Hudlow Filed suit Thursday against the city and Mayor Greg Hines in the U.S. District Court in Fayetteville
ROGERS, AR -- A federal judge has ruled in favor of a fired Rogers city treasurer. Mayor Greg Hines fired Jerry Hudlow back in May of last year
The City of Lowell has reportedly announced Jerry Hudlow has accepted a position as Finance Director. The news came at Tuesday nights City
ROGERS, AR-- The City of Rogers will pay a fired treasurer $300,000 in his wrongful termination case. Mayor Greg Hines fired Jerry Hudlow in May
will be paying for a costly mistake. Mayor Greg Hines fired treasurer Jerry Hudlow in May of last year, under the advice of city attorney Ben Lipscomb. However
ROGERS, AR-- The ongoing feud between the city of Rogers and its former treasurer appears to have come to an end. Jerry Hudlow was fired just
Rogers AR - The city reached a settlement Wednesday in the lawsuit with its illegally fired treasurer. Treasurer Jerry Hudlow says private
with the Federal Aviation Administration, and has been paying $10,150 per month to keep the control tower up and running, according to treasuror Jerry Hudlow
Jerry Hudlow's office sits empty. His things are stacked and packed outside the door. The Rogers treasurer and chief financial officer was fired
Rogers -- Former Rogers Treasurer Jerry Hudlow claims he was targeted by city officials after raising questions about expense reports. "I don
BENTONVILLE: A tree behind the 21c Hotel has toppled over, and now the bees who called the tree home are in a sticky situation.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- The Omni Center and Compassion Fayetteville are offering a workshop on self-compassion.
ARKADELPHIA, AR--A little known Arkansas exemption for charities is a big stumbling block for a family trying to sue over a relative's death.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Arkansas ranks high in prescription drug abuse but a drug take back program aims to change that.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Protesters in Little Rock are demanding that state lawmakers adopt a federal program to deal with the delay of care for as many as 3,000 Arkansans with disabilities.