In a sure testament to the ability of one man to touch numerous lives for the good through that preciously rare combination of a keen mind for business and a warm heart for his fellow man, the grand ballroom of the Pine Bluff Country Club was filled to capacity Thursday night with the family, friends, and colleagues of retiring Simmons First National Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer J. Thomas May.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department are as follows:
A $10,000 bond was set Thursday for a Jefferson County man who allegedly beat his girlfriend Tuesday.
The anticipated wintry blast arrived on schedule Friday morning but with less fury than initially feared.
As residents of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County prepare to decorate their Christmas trees, the Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Department has issued some advice for doing so safely.
LITTLE ROCK — Sleet and ice covered most of Arkansas Friday as a winter storm moved across the state, causing thousands of power outages and wrecks.
Reported crimes in the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County declined more than 33 percent in November, compared to the same month in 2012, according to the monthly report from the sheriff’s office.
State Troopers across Arkansas have spent most of last night and today assisting motorists who have been victims of snow or ice covered highways.
LITTLE ROCK — The much-improved relationship between President Obama and Bill Clinton has contributed significantly to Hillary Clinton’s perceived strength as a candidate should she choose to run for president, according to the authors of the bestselling book “Game Change,” which chronicles the 2008 presidential race.
WASHINGTON — The House last week approved legislation to discourage so-called “patent trolls” from filing frivolous lawsuits designed to prey on business innovators.