The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday said Jefferson Count Circuit Judge Leon Jamison was correct when he determined that the son of a Pine Bluff woman was dependent-neglected.
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Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility’s Boyd Point Treatment Facility is not being compromised by flooding along the Arkansas River, commissioners heard at a meeting Wednesday.
As low-lying areas of Jefferson County, particularly the Island Harbor area, brace for more water, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is gearing up in case they’re needed.
Condemned building owner Garland Trice is due to appear in court to respond to civil charges related to allegedly violating a city ordinance.
The Dollarway School Board voted Tuesday to accept a $13,723 bid by White Hall-based Roberts Plumbing to fix the hot water heater in the cafeteria at Townsend Park Elementary.
The Pine Bluff Planning Commission approved Tuesday the Sobriety Living Center’s request for a permit to develop a building to offer additional services for clients in an industrial zone at 2006 W. Fifth Ave.
The management company that owns three Huddle House restaurants, including one in Pine Bluff and White Hall, have settled a federal lawsuit accusing managers of racial discrimination by subjecting a black employee at Pine Bluff to racial slurs.
A flood warning has been issued for Jefferson County and will be in effect until further notice, as flooding along the Arkansas River is expected to hit flood stage in the area by Wednesday afternoon and be about two feet higher than the most recent bought of flooding in the same areas.
U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Arkansas, left, met with University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Chancellor Laurence Alexander on Tuesday at the school’s Aquaculture Fisheries Center.
Both the Pine Bluff Police Department and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are participating in this week’s 2015 Arkansas Law Enforcement Occupant Challenge, also known as “Click It or Ticket,” which will run through Friday.