|LR Central Band Ready for Inaugural Parade
The Little Rock Central High School marching band will leave for the trip of a lifetime Thursday morning. The band and flag line are performing in President Barack Obama's inaugural parade in Washington, D.C.
|LR Central raising money for Presidential Parade in Washington
Saturday, the Little Rock High School band held a community pep rally at the Rivermarket to raise money for a unique opportunity. The unit will march in the Presidential inaugural parade.
|Streamer to blame for transformer explosion during parade
Entergy crews have determined what caused the transformer to explode during the Hot Springs Saint Patrick’s Day parade.
|St. Patrick's Day parade draws 90 floats
Saturday, more than ninety floats, marching bands, teams and cars joined 2012 Rock to North Little Rock St. Patrick's Day Parade proving that you do not have to be Irish to have fun on St. Patrick's Day.
|North Little Rock parade delights one week late
Sunday's mild temperatures and sun meant the North Little Rock Christmas parade could go off without a hitch. Last weekend's rain forced parade planners to postpone the festivities until this weekend which ended up working out for everyone, including Santa.
|First Ever Ninth Annual World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade
Tim Matheson, who played Otter in the legendary 1978 comedy "Animal House" among dozens of other notable roles, will be the celebrity grand marshal for Hot Springs' First Ever Ninth Annual World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, which is earning a reputation as one of the best St. Patrick's Day celebrations in America.
|LR hopes Mardi Gras parade will bring life to Main St.
Familiar sights and sounds march through downtown Little Rock. Today, the Southside Main street organization hosted a festival and parade for the Mardi Gras season.
|Weather cancels 1 parade, postpones another
The threat of bad weather has forced a Sherwood parade to be canceled and a North Little Rock parade to be rescheduled.
|Arkansas’ longest St. Patrick’s Day parade
Bagpipe groups, Irish themed floats, firetrucks and police cars wound through downtown Little Rock across the Arkansas River and through the streets of North Little Rock for today’s 2012 Rock to North Little Rock St. Patrick’s Day Parade.