White Hall United Methodist Church, 300 Church St., will hold its fish fry fundraiser from 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, May 1.
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The Optimist Club of Pine Bluff will host its youth appreciation banquet at noon Wednesday at Harbor Oaks Restaurant.
Hundreds of people shared fellowship and sampled chili at the Pine Bluff Parks and Recreation Department’s Chili Cook-off on Saturday at Saracen Landing.
William Campbell recently graduated from the University of Arkansas’ Cooperative Extension’s LeadAR Program. Campbell, of Reed, is a field manger III at the Pine Bluff office of the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services.
A three-member review panel will have 10 days to decide if former Pine Bluff Police Officer Jerry Lambert gets his job back.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission voted Friday to approve a third 180-day moratorium on issuing hog farm permits in the Buffalo River watershed.
A group of Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas linemen will depart Arkansas on Wednesday, April 29, to continue a mission that began in 2013 to provide electricity to remote Guatemalan villages. Arkansas electric cooperative linemen have assisted in providing electric service to more than 770 rural Guatemala residents.
CNN’s Jim Sciutto reports that American and Italian hostages were killed during a U.S. counter-terrorism drone strike against al Qaeda.
New York’s iconic Statue of Liberty was evacuated after a phoned bomb threat. CNN’s Deborah Feyerick reports.
A investigation into alleged drug activity at a house on the west side of Pine Bluff ended with the arrest of five men and the seizure of suspected drugs and two handguns.