The back half of a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood said to have been used as an airport limo for the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs has found new life as one of the more unique barbecue grill rigs around.
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Former prison escapee Timothy “Bo” Buffington, who turned himself in to authorities Thursday, will make his first court appearance on the escape charge in early October, according to Prosecutor S. Kyle Hunter.
Serving customers is the hallmark behind Relyance Bank, a philosophy that has facilitated its continued growth, says its CEO.
Vitamin D, “the sunshine vitamin,” is created by our bodies after sun exposure and is not available in most foods. As society has moved indoors, sun exposure has declined, as have vitamin D levels, which may affect your health in a negative manner.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
Ray Hobbs, the director of the Arkansas Department of Correction, announced his retirement late Friday afternoon.
Oak Park Elementary School educators announced Thursday that Pine Bluff native and Major League Baseball player Torii Hunter and his wife Katrina Hunter gave a $2,000 gift to recognize student achievement.
Grider Field Airport Manager Doug Hale said Thursday that an arms manufacturer has expressed interest in the former National Guard Armory building on the airport property.
The Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas will begin a hunger action campaign across its 10 counties on Monday in an effort to help provide food to residents in need.
A proposed city ordinance that would move some code enforcement inspectors into the police department would help Pine Bluff to tackle areas of persistent blight, supporters say.