Pine Bluff has trails that afford people a variety of recreational options.
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The Pine Bluff Commercial’s Christmas Card Fund campaign began its 28th year Thursday.
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The White Hall School District will take a second shot at getting voters to approve a bond issue to improve facilities in February.
Pine Bluff police are continuing their investigation into the death of Maranda Goldman but are still waiting on the Arkansas Crime Laboratory to tell them the cause of death.
The Trotter Auto Group is progressing with construction of a new dealership ahead of schedule, paving the way for an opening in March 2016, Company President Ford Trotter III said.
A proposal to rezone a portion of land on the west side of Pine Bluff to construct an adult daycare center and gated housing community won approval from the Pine Bluff Planning Commission Tuesday with Chairman Lou Taylor saying “you’ve knocked it out of the park.”
Pine Bluff Branch (National Association of University Women) will have their annual Scholarship Brunch & Fashion Show on Saturday, December 12 from 10 am-1 pm at New Morning Star Baptist Church Family Life Center, 1026 Missouri St. For information contact Mary Liddell at 870-643-2383 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will host their annual Little Miss Greek Pageant at First United Methodist Church on Saturday, December 5 at 7:00 pm, please contact Mary Liddell to purchase tickets at 870.643.2383 or send an email to email@example.com
The union of the late Herbert and Marether Herts resulted in an appreciation and support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Although neither of them attended UAPB, they both came from small towns in the South and understood the importance of being able to extend an opportunity to those that came behind them. Having passed away in 1992 and 2013 respectively, their estate bequeathed $207,643.95 to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff to establish the Herbert, Marether, and George Herts Scholarship.