Jefferson County saw an increase in the number of homes that were sold in March 2015 versus March 2014, according to a report released by the Arkansas Realtors Association.
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Tiffany Curengton has been promoted to store director at the Brookshire’s at 1605 E. Harding Ave. Previously, she was an assistant store manager at Brookshire’s on Dollarway Road.
About 75 people have been laid off at U.S. Steel Corp. Wheeling Machine Products in Pine Bluff, according to a spokeswoman.
Fort Smith maintained its position atop the Arkansas Tech Business Index for February, but its rating dropped 2.27 points from the previous month.
Construction on the new Dollar General on Blake Street is progressing. The new store will join a series of Dollar Generals in the Pine Bluff area. The Dollar General corporation has more than 11,000 stores nationwide. The building is being worked on by Little Rock based construction company Van Tassel-Proctor Construction. (Pine Bluff Commercial/Stephen
Relyance Bank has named Michael Rossi vice president, loan review manager, according to Chuck Morgan, president and CEO of the bank.
Whitney Robinson can serve as a source of inspiration to her fellow Pine Bluff twenty-somethings who may view their place of birth as an obstacle to future success.
Southwind Milling Co., 4215 Emmett Sanders Drive, will celebrate the construction of its new plant with a topping off ceremony at the Pine Bluff Port at 10:30 a.m. Monday, May 11.
After weeks of lagging well behind the state’s five-year average in planting progress, Arkansas growers have finally pulled within a few percentage points of historic averages, according to a crop progress and condition report published Monday, May 4, by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Simmons First National Corp.’s top executive earned more than $1.5 million last year, based on a May 1 proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.