British author Clare Mackintosh’s debut thriller, “I Let You Go,” was an international bestseller in 2015. The book is just out in the United States and comes with the gleeful notice — wait for the twist.
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When she was in the seventh grade, Jaicie Cheshire would take pencil sharpeners and razors apart, and use the blades to cut herself because she thought she deserved to be punished.
The 47th entry in the “X-Men” franchise (just kidding, but it’s easy to lose track) stays with the younger series of actors playing the Marvel mutants. You know, the ones with James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Charles Xavier and Magneto, not Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
With the Memorial Day holiday being the unofficial start of summer, many people will be grilling and picnicing and the Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Department has offered some tips on doing them safely.
With the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaching, local and state law enforcement agencies are gearing up for increased traffic on roadways and on the water.
An estimated $194,600 in suspected marijuana and powder cocaine was seized and one person was arrested when police vice and narcotics officers served a search warrant Thursday in central Pine Bluff.
One person was killed and a second injured Thursday in a two-vehicle accident in Cleveland County.
This year marks the 20th year for the Black Pilots of America to come to Pine Bluff over the Memorial Day weekend and during the weekly meeting of the West Pine Bluff Rotary Club on Thursday, BPA President Fred Lewis said “your children are home.”
Here’s five things to do for fun this weekend
Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying the person or persons responsible for an incident at the Arkansas Railroad Museum on Sunday that resulted in significant damage to several windows.