Local charitable organizations and churches are gearing up to serve those in need during the holiday season.
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The Pine Bluff Historic District Commission agreed Friday to develop a list of historical downtown buildings and rank them according to physical condition.
A Taste of Trinity, the annual fall tradition of Trinity Episcopal Church, will be presented by the Episcopal Church Women from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the church, 703 W. Third Ave.
The Dollarway School Board will not seek amnesty from the Securities and Exchange Commission related to annual financial reports that were reportedly one day late on two occasions over the past five years.
A small group of women with a simple idea hope to transform empty city-owned lots into community gardens that would provide residents with healthy food and a positive outlook on life.
More than 20 years after the case began, Pine Bluff Police are again asking for help in locating Cleashindra Hall, 18, who was last seen leaving a house at 5309 Faucett Road where she worked.
Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Jefferson County Recycling Center, 1800 E. Harding Ave., will be closed from Wednesday, Nov. 26, through Sunday, Nov. 30.
Scores of pelicans crowd Lake Saracen on Thursday, using it as a stopping point along their fall migratory flyway route to the south. Several bird watchers were taking in the spectacular view from Saracen Landing and the walking trail. Many were using binoculars and cameras as part of the experience.
LITTLE ROCK — Twenty-four Arkansas State Police Trooper Recruits graduated Thursday during ceremonies at the Arkansas State Capitol.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows: