The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
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When Seth Grahame-Smith came up with the idea for a mash-up of Jane Austen’s most popular book and a tale of today’s probably equally popular armies of the undead — resulting in the 2009 novel “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” — he had no idea that it would be such a huge success. He went on to have another hit with another genre novel, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” and though that book’s film adaptation fizzled at the box office, the new film of “PPZ” has some very strong buzz going. Grahame-Smith spoke about the book recently in West Hollywood.
Fifteen years later, Ben Stiller and his teeny-weeny flip phone are back on the runway for a continuation of his fashion-industry farce in “Zoolander No. 2.” And Stiller, who also co-wrote and directs, accessorizes his movie with the same fun and goofy energy as the first, even if the story is thinner than Kate Moss.
The Pine Bluff City Council is scheduled to consider a proposed ordinance Tuesday that seeks to prevent people from living at hotels.
Reported crime in the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County dropped 13.77 percent in 2015 compared to 2014, according to the year-end report from the sheriff’s office.
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A Pine Bluff man who was driving the wrong way on Interstate 530 in August 2015 and struck another vehicle head-on, resulting in the deaths of three people and injuries to two others, was legally intoxicated, according to a state police investigation.
A fire injured a man at his house Thursday morning, leaving burns.
The Economic Development Alliance for Jefferson County has announced that a major economic development project will be announced Tuesday.
Donors have given at least $20,500 to buy 100 rings for the 6A state title-winning Pine Bluff High School football team, which meets the goal of a fundraising campaign.