Grace Episcopal Church at 4101 S. Hazel St. will conduct its annual Blessing of the Animals at 2 p.m. Sunday.
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The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners certified the school board election results Monday and set the location of a school board runoff election.
Pine Bluff Historic District commissioners plan to invite city and county leaders to their Friday, Oct. 17, meeting to provide them with information related to the creation of a downtown model block.
Two sewer rehabilitation projects began in mid-September and are ahead of schedule, Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility Manager Ken Johnson said Monday.
Testimony is expected to begin Tuesday morning in the trial of a man accused of shooting two people to death in 2012.
In response to more people being without food, the Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas began a hunger action campaign Monday across its 10 counties to collect food for residents in need.
Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter has ruled that Pine Bluff Police Lt. Denise Richardson was justified when she shot her boyfriend Aug. 15.
The back half of a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood said to have been used as an airport limo for the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs has found new life as one of the more unique barbecue grill rigs around.
Former prison escapee Timothy “Bo” Buffington, who turned himself in to authorities Thursday, will make his first court appearance on the escape charge in early October, according to Prosecutor S. Kyle Hunter.
Serving customers is the hallmark behind Relyance Bank, a philosophy that has facilitated its continued growth, says its CEO.