Petitions filed by would-be Jefferson County Sheriff candidate James Murry may contain enough signatures of registered voters to place him on the ballot in November but Jefferson County Attorney Jackie Harris is waiting on the Secretary of State to confirm that.
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An Arkansas-based company announced plans Wednesday to build a $130 million plant in the Jefferson Industrial Park to manufacture wood pellets for the European market.
Pine Bluff police are asking for help in locating two men linked to separate robberies in the past two weeks.
The renovation of the Joe Thomas Public Safety Building at the Civic Center complex will require the relocation of all police and fire department personnel and equipment based there for up to one year, according to officials.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Monday that a southbound Union Pacific train was given signals to slow down and wait for an oncoming train to move onto an adjacent track minutes before the two trains collided in northeast Arkansas early Sunday morning.
The #IceBucketChallenge for ALS awareness has come to Pine Bluff to honor a retired banker and philanthropist.
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff upperclassmen welcomed freshmen and transfer students Tuesday as part of an orientation week filled with activities.
The Pine Bluff City Council approved a resolution Monday directing the mayor to solicit proposals from companies to conduct a survey of the city’s boundary lines.
The Pine Bluff City Council took advantage Monday of new-found breathing room and agreed to defer a vote on a resolution that would bring a pilot parolee skills-training program to town until their September 1 meeting.
In response to people smoking at White Hall parks, the White Hall City Council amended an existing ordinance to ban smoking on municipal properties.