The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
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Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School students are studying the Civil Rights Movement and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Students walked around city streets Friday to celebrate King leading a peaceful march from Selma, Ala., to Montgomery, Ala., calling for racial equality and social justice. (Pine Bluff Commercial/ David Hutter)
The city of Pine Bluff has reached a settlement with former Pine Bluff Police Chief Brenda Davis-Jones in her lawsuit against the city over her 2013 firing.
Pine Bluff officials expanded barricades Friday to keep people away from the vacant Band Museum building, a day after its roof collapsed.
Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility General Manager Ken Johnson is reaching out to members of the Pine Bluff City Council as the utility’s proposed 23 percent rate increase makes its way through the legislative process.
Smart Auto Group is upgrading one of its properties as part of a long-term plan to improve its services.
Editor’s Note: Brenda Miles, an award-winning columnist from Hot Springs Village, has written a four-part serial about Valentine’s. Part III will appear in next weekend’s newspaper.
The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners on Thursday night approved the calling of a special election requested by the White Hall School District for April 14, but not until after a lengthy discussion.
Ward 1 residents shared concerns about crime, litter and blighted properties Thursday during the fourth and final listening tour meeting with elected officials and municipal employees.
The vacant Band Museum building suffered a collapsed roof Thursday, raising questions about the safety of people in the area.