Trying to beat an oncoming thunderstorm with 50 mile-per-hour winds, family and friends of the late Maranda Goldman moved up their planned balloon release at the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park but still went ahead with it.
Fifteen years ago this week, the Governor Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center opened its doors to the public with the intention of educating people about Arkansas’ fish and wildlife. The center also works to preserve the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s mission of wildlife conservation.
A $10,000 bond was set Friday for a woman who allegedly stabbed her cousin after an altercation Wednesday.
A Pine Bluff woman was arrested Thursday after she allegedly hit a man several times with her fist and tried to run over him with a vehicle.
Here’s five ways to have fun this weekend.
Gatehouse Media, the owners of The Pine Bluff Commercial and The White Hall Journal, has named Ed Graves as the new Senior Group Publisher, effective immediately.
According to an online property market site, the Plaza Hotel at 2 Convention Center Drive was sold at an auction on June 2. The starting bid was $750,000, but the site — loopnet.com — doesn’t indicate how much the 200-room hotel that’s attached to the Pine Bluff Convention Center sold for.
Brian Ramsey has been promoted to associate athletic director for external operations at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Ramsey spent eight years as the department’s communications director.
Several ministers whose churches are located on the north side of Pine Bluff have voiced concerns over illegal dumping going on near their properties.
LITTLE ROCK — The death of state Rep. Sheilla Lampkin, D-Monticello, over the weekend has elicited fond tributes from Gov. Asa Hutchinson and other government officials.