The Pine Bluff School Board voted 6-1 Tuesday to discontinue its search for a superintendent and decided to start a new search in January 2016.
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Federal Emergency Management Agency and Small Business Administration representatives will be available beginning Wednesday at the Pine Bluff Convention Center to meet with Jefferson County residents who experienced weather-related damage this year.
The recent shooting at a church in South Carolina has gotten the attention of both federal and local authorities, and plans are being made to address the issue.
After hearing a number of suggestions and proposals Tuesday to deal with the financial woes of Jefferson County, one justice of the peace summed up the situation as: “There’s nothing in writing for us to study.”
Fifteen people applied to the Pine Bluff School District for the position of superintendent prior to the deadline, according to documentation released by the school district Monday in response to The Pine Bluff Commercial filing a Freedom of Information Act request.
An article published Tuesday about the Pine Bluff School District releasing the names of people who applied to be superintendent misstated the new position of Suzette Anderson. She had been the Pine Bluff School District’s assistant superintendent until last week, when the board reassigned her to a teaching position.
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Despite a slight increase in emergency medical calls, the Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Department responded to the same number of calls in June as they did in May.
The Pine Bluff City Council sent a proposed ordinance Monday involving a currently unfilled position of purchasing manager to the administration committee to review.
An El Dorado man was killed in a one-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon in Dallas County.