When Pine Bluff’s Julie Bridgforth reflects on the 2013 Boston Marathon, she remembers the horror she felt as two bombs exploded near the finish line — but she also remembers the people who responded to help the victims immediately afterward.
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The Pine Bluff City Council will take up a brief agenda at its regular meeting Monday night with the sole proposed ordinance up for a final reading being pulled by its sponsor for a later date.
The Delta Regional Community Services Outreach Network, Inc. held its annual Easter giveaway Saturday at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
A 14-year-old Pine Bluff boy was struck and killed by a vehicle that left the scene Friday night and police later located and arrested the alleged driver of the vehicle.
ST. CHARLES — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Friday officially renamed the White River National Wildlife Refuge to the Dale Bumpers White River National Wildlife Refuge in a ceremony honoring the former Arkansas governor and four-term U.S. senator.
Simmons First National Corporation on Thursday announced first-quarter 2014 core earnings of $7.5 million, an increase of $1.4 million (23 percent) compared with first-quarter 2013 earnings.
LITTLE ROCK — A Little Rock lawyer who was disqualified from the May ballot for a past administrative suspension filed a notice Friday that she is appealing the decision.
The Easter Bunny made drawings for Easter basket gifts Thursday during a program at Jefferson Comprehensive Care Center System Inc. All baskets were donated by employees and friends of the center and other agencies.