Lydia Wood-Harvey, a fifth-grader at Moody Elementary school, is looking to change the culture of bullying in schools all across the state.
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The Watson Chapel School Board decided Monday to interview three people for consideration to be the district’s next superintendent.
After receiving only one response to a request for bids to run the concession stand at Regional Park during the softball season, the Pine Bluff Parks and Recreation Commission voted Monday to give the job to B.J. Hulse, but for less money than what they had originally asked for.
The Pine Bluff Planning Commission is scheduled to consider a use permitted on review request Tuesday for a proposed homeless shelter on Laurel Street.
Marcell Mosley has brought a little national recognition to Arkansas-Pine Bluff men’s basketball.
A task force of four Pine Bluff municipal employees who are reviewing the bids of contractors seeking a contract with the city to remove the fallen former Band Museum/VFW buildings on Monday decided to ask the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality if the contractors need to be licensed to do asbestos work.
Ridgway Christian School has announced plans to offer a summer day camp program for students completing grades kindergarten to sixth grade beginning June 1 and continuing through July 31.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth said Monday she does not condone comments made by Pine Bluff Alderman Bill Brumett toward former Pine Bluff resident J.C. Cunningham in a Facebook exchange regarding the state of the city.
Editor’s Note: The following is an unedited letter from Alderman Bill Brumett concerning accusations that he intentionally called J.C. Cunningham “Cooninham” on Facebook. The local branch of the NAACP has called a press conference for Tuesday where they intend to ask Brumett to apologize on the same social media forum where the comments took place.
The Pine Bluff branch of the NAACP has called a press conference Tuesday to ask a Pine Bluff alderman to apologize on social media for comments he made.