Pending a last-minute settlement between the two sides, the federal lawsuit filed by former Pine Bluff Police Chief Brenda Davis-Jones will begin Monday in the George Howard Jr. Federal Building and Courthouse at Pine Bluff.
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White Hall citizens who might have been wondering what the big flashing object is on Dollarway Road no longer have to wonder as it’s part of a new security technology called SkyCop.
Residents in Pine Bluff’s Ward 2 voiced concerns over littering, stray animals and the city council while others praised some municipal departments Monday during the second listening tour of four with elected officials.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth said she learned valuable ideas on economic development and a proposed program to provide homes for veterans during meetings with elected officials in Washington, D.C., last week.
On a cool 50 degree Saturday afternoon in January around 13 people took a icy plunge into Lake Langhoffer for a good cause.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff’s business building became the center of discussion and debate as it was home to the Shades II: Black in America program.
It’s only been a few weeks since the start of 2015, and if you’re like millions of Americans, you may have recently resolved to try and make changes to your diet in an attempt to be healthier in this new year. Many people probably wonder what exactly is recommended in a “heart-healthy” diet. The American Heart Association gives some basic guidelines to help one make healthy dietary choices.
A series of maps showing “hot spots” or areas where police in Pine Bluff receive a lot of calls is another tool they’re using to try and reduce the crime rate.
Deja Vu Upscale Consignment owner Trisha Shank moved her store into The Pines mall this week after outgrowing her previous space in the Watson Chapel neighborhood.
A recent accident near South Blake Street and Miramar Drive in which a log truck lost its load on top of a passenger car, sending the car driver to the hospital, resulted in a number of people contacting The Commercial and complaining about where the truck was, but according to the city code of ordinances, the truck had every right to be there.