Alderman Bill Brumett said that he should have used the word “acknowledged” instead of “accepted” in an article in Saturday’s edition of The Commercial when he was describing J.C. Cunnigham’s response to his apologies.
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Family and friends of De’Trick Johnson remembered him as a loving, generous Christian man on Saturday at an outdoor vigil consisting of prayer, the lighting of candles and the release of balloons at Saracen Landing.
A fashion show fundraiser Saturday morning featuring apparel designed by Yurun Shen with the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff drew about 75 people to the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
A few light sprinkles did nothing to deter an estimated 350 children and their family members from converging on White Hall City Park Saturday morning for the annual White Hall Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt.
High winds and choppy waters Saturday on the Arkansas River curtailed the search for a man who is believed to have committed suicide by jumping into the river a week ago.
A Warren woman was killed early Saturday morning in a two-vehicle traffic accident on U.S. 63 in Jefferson County.
WASHINGTON — House Republicans and Democrats came together last week to resolve a decade-old deficiency in the way doctors are reimbursed by Medicare.
The Pine Bluff Planning Commission is scheduled to consider a use permitted on review request Tuesday for a proposed homeless shelter on Laurel Street.
LITTLE ROCK — The end of the state legislative session is in sight, House and Senate leaders say.
LITTLE ROCK — If you’re looking to take your green thumb to the next level, the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Master Gardener program is now accepting applications to become a trained volunteer. Participants will be given the training to sharpen their horticultural skills and the mission to share their knowledge with others.