LITTLE ROCK — Former Pine Bluff Mayor Carl Redus Jr. has agreed to pay a $50 fine and receive a public letter of caution to settle an ethics complaint.
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Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists inspected the crappie population at Lake Saracen on Wednesday in a study intended to keep the species at a healthy population and thus avoid any restrictions on fishing.
The Pine Bluff School Board hired civil rights attorney and Arkansas State Rep. John W. Walker by a vote of 4 to 1 with two absentions at a board meeting Tuesday night.
Wheeling Machine Parts, a division of U.S. Steel in the Jefferson Industrial Park, is currently hiring additional employees.
Law enforcement officials are asking for help in locating a Redfield teen who has been missing since Monday.
A new high voltage transmission line is being planned for the Jefferson County area by Entergy Arkansas, according to the company.
A Conway man was killed and two others injured in a one-vehicle accident Tuesday in Grant County.
The Pine Bluff School District building needs major repairs that will likely cost at least half a million dollars, Superintendent Linda Watson said at a board meeting Tuesday.
The Pine Bluff School Board rescinded an Oct. 3 decision to pay Pine Bluff High School Principal Michael Nellums an additional $27,780, after Superintendent Linda Watson repeatedly warned it could trigger an audit finding and land the district in fiscal distress.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth and Alderman Glen Brown Sr. were at the center of a dispute Tuesday over the placement of campaign signs at the county courthouse.