A three-year repayment plan to reimburse $676,000 in misappropriated funds to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development was recommended for approval by the Pine Bluff City Council Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday.
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The Watson Chapel School Board, meeting in regular session Monday night, discussed lessons learned in a recent National School Boards Association meeting in New Orleans.
Crystal Joy Scott Paxson told a Pine Bluff police officer who arrived at the house where the death occurred that she “didn’t mean to shoot” the victim, the officer testified Wednesday afternoon during Paxson’s trial on charges of first-degree murder.
Two local teens’ passion for music has been the gateway to some unique experiences, but nothing has eclipsed the opportunity to showcase their talent at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
The Pine Bluff Police Department will begin a social media outreach service Thursday that will provide followers with information on wanted individuals, stolen vehicles, missing persons and other items regarding public safety or community interest.
A Saturday, May 3, shooting competition/International Defensive Pistol Association match at the Last Resort Firearms Training facility at 4220 Gravel Pit Road will benefit the Arkansas Municipal Police Association.
The White Hall School Board unanimously approved six faculty retirement requests Tuesday night and will be losing more than 200 years of combined classroom teaching experience at the end of the 2013-14 academic year, including nearly 180 years on a single campus.
A Lake Village man was killed Sunday when he was thrown off the backhoe he was operating in Desha County.
The Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson County and the Juvenile Division of the Jefferson County Circuit Court were honored Tuesday night during the Simmons First National Corporation Shareholders Meeting as recipients of the inaugural ‘Tommy May Make a Difference’ grants.
The Jefferson County Juvenile Court has received one of the first grants from the Simmons Foundation Tommy May Make A Difference Challenge Grant and the Jefferson County Quorum Court has agreed to match funding for a second year of the program.