The Pine Bluff Planning Commission is scheduled to consider a use permitted on review request Tuesday for a proposed homeless shelter on Laurel Street.
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The Pine Bluff branch of the NAACP has called a press conference Tuesday to ask a Pine Bluff alderman to apologize on social media for comments he made.
Editor’s Note: The following is an unedited letter from Alderman Bill Brumett concerning accusations that he intentionally called J.C. Cunningham “Cooninham” on Facebook. The local branch of the NAACP has called a press conference for Tuesday where they intend to ask Brumett to apologize on the same social media forum where the comments took place.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth discussed the state of the city Friday as a guest speaker with the Pine Bluff Downtown Lions Club at its weekly meeting at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
The Arkansas State Police will be conducting a driver’s license clinic on at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, in Division One of Jefferson County District Court to help people pass the Arkansas Driver’s License test.
Although Pine Bluff police in recent months have made a number of arrests for business robberies, the numbers so far this year exceed those of a year ago, so police are offering a number of tips for business owners and employees to help them reduce their chance of becoming a victim.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has been asked to appoint a special judge to hear the case of Jefferson County Clerk Patricia Johnson, who was charged with multiple felonies earlier this week.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
Jefferson County Sheriff Gerald Robinson plans to ask the Jefferson County Quorum Court to revise a 1995 ordinance dealing with vicious animals in the wake of the death of a man who was mauled by a pack of pit bulls last week.
Jefferson County Clerk Patricia Royal Johnson is the fifth county elected official to have been charged with a crime since 2003.