Pine Bluff Chief Inspector Mitzi Ruth said Wednesday that inspectors have begun meeting with downtown property owners to assess the structural integrity of each building.
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The race between U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and challenger U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton heated up Wednesday with each campaign critiquing each other regarding access to loans and grants to pay for college.
Southeast Arkansas College hosted a resource fair on Wednesday to inform students about economic resources that are available in the community and student support services on campus, SEARK education career counselor Nerva Copeland said.
The skies over Pine Bluff’s Grider Field should be buzzing with aircraft Saturday as pilots return for the Experimental Aircraft Association Razorback Wing’s annual show.
FORT SMITH — The city of Fort Smith has waived $63,500 in fees for permits related to construction of a proposed medical college.
Jefferson County voters elected new school board members in the Pine Bluff, Watson Chapel and Dollarway school districts on Tuesday, and in one school district race, Dollarway Zone 1, Fred Toney and Charles Girley will face off in an Oct. 7 runoff.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff recently joined the Greater Delta Alliance for Health.
Arkansas Fair Housing Commission representatives said during a stop in Pine Bluff on Tuesday that fair housing practices are something everyone has a stake in.
The Pine Bluff City Council declined to hold all three votes Monday on an item that would have brought some building code enforcement functions into the police department.
The Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District Solid Waste Board is looking into the feasibility of buying a landfill in Dewitt that was formerly owned by a private company and is currently not in operation because of a bankruptcy.