Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for families to gather around the table and eat a good meal. Unfortunately, some Pine Bluff residents don’t have that opportunity, but Feed a Friend Outreach Ministries seeks to change all that.
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The Pine Bluff Commercial’s Christmas Card Fund campaign begins its 27th year Thursday.
The following is a list of organizations that have sent announcements to The Commercial about free Thanksgiving meals they are offering Thursday.
Meegan Huston plates up meals to give out for free to the public Wednesday at Mother Hellum’s Hospitality House.
Alderman Steven Mays says he wants to prevent the Pine Bluff City Council Public Works Committee from meeting until he hears from representatives from many agencies so they can discuss the shared 71602 ZIP code between Pine Bluff and White Hall and the proper allocation of Pine Bluff residents’ money.
Fire officials say Thanksgiving Day tops the charts as one of the peak days for home cooking fires. Cooking is the leading cause of fires and fire-related injuries across the country.
Travis D. White won the runoff race for the Altheimer alderman Ward 2, Position 1 seat Tuesday against Kim Love, 54 votes to 22.
Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School students met with two community leaders on Tuesday and discussed interactions with police officers.
The sounds of generations past flooded the halls of Jack Robey Junior High School on Tuesday as the students held their first Thanksgiving Dinner for senior citizens event.
The Pine Bluff Planning Commission gave unanimous approval Tuesday to a man proposing to open a tavern at 315 E. Harding Ave., contingent upon meeting regulations and recommendations.