A three-member review panel will have 10 days to decide if former Pine Bluff Police Officer Jerry Lambert gets his job back.
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Trotter Auto Ford is moving ahead with plans to build a new dealership in Pine Bluff and is looking for the Pine Bluff Planning Commission to grant an exception to a zoning law as part of the project.
As of January, the Lighthouse Charter School of Pine Bluff became home to a drum line consisting of enthusiastic fifth-, sixth- and seventh-graders under the direction of music instructor Delong Austin.
The Rev. Larry Kirklin spotted Michael Simmons about 10 days ago, standing next to an abandoned commercial building across the parking lot from the Red Barn on Belmont Street.
The owner of a group of pit bull terriers that attacked and killed a man in March has been arrested and charged with manslaughter.
U.S. Steel’s Wheeling Machine Products issued notices to 255 employees at its Pine Bluff facility on Friday, April 17, stating that they may be laid off from their jobs after June 17, U.S. Steel spokeswoman Sarah Cassella said.
Simmons First National Corp. reported Thursday record core earnings of $15.7 million for the first quarter of 2015, an increase of $8.2 million or 110 percent, compared to the same quarter last year.
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff students, faculty and graduates celebrated the institution Thursday at the Founder’s and Honors Convocation at the H.O. Clemmons Arena of the HPER Complex.
Faculty members at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff discussed a host of ideas related to improving academic life on Wednesday at the 22nd annual Mary E. Benjamin Educational Access Conference.
The Arkansas Department of Correction opened the Pine Bluff Re-entry Center on West 13th Avenue on Saturday and is moving 54 female prisoners there to train them for life after prison.