A steady flow of Southeast Arkansas residents filed through the doors of the Pine Bluff Convention Center on Thursday for the Business Expo, hosted by the Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce.
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Jefferson County Drug Court will celebrate National Drug Court Month on Friday with a celebration at 9:30 a.m. at the Jefferson County Courthouse. Supervisory Special Agent Anthony Lemons of the Drug Enforcement Administration will be the featured speaker.
The Pine Bluff Arsenal has announced the permanent closing of the Pine Haven Golf Course on Monday, May 30.
The Regency Square Shopping Center got its first grocery store in several years when Food Wise opened on Wednesday to a packed store and long lines.
Since the finale of “Redneck Island: Battle at the Lake” premiered in March, Katie Milam, the Pine Bluff woman who was selected for the show, has been traveling the United States with her Redneck Island competitors with whom she’s become great friends.
The Arkansas Parole Board recommended that one Southeast Arkansas resident receive a pardon and turned down applications from two more.
Arkansas’ voting equipment is out of date and Secretary of State Mark Martin said Tuesday his office is trying to improve it.
A proposed appropriation ordinance that would transfer $334,100 to the Jefferson County Road Department to cover expenses for the rest of the year was approved by two committees of the Jefferson County Quorum Court on Tuesday during a brief meeting.
The nonprofit organization supporting the proposed Redfield Tri-County Charter School’s application is hoping a fourth time will be the charm in its campaign to establish an open-enrollment charter school in the White Hall School District.