LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas revenues for April were up 6 percent from last year and nearly 6 percent above forecast, the state’s fiscal office said Tuesday.
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A proposed appropriation ordinance that would transfer $334,100 to the Jefferson County Road Department to cover expenses for the rest of the year was approved by two committees of the Jefferson County Quorum Court on Tuesday during a brief meeting.
A Pine Bluff man who was arrested in 2015 on charges of criminal mischief has filed a lawsuit against the city, a police officer and the man who previously employed him.
The nonprofit organization supporting the proposed Redfield Tri-County Charter School’s application is hoping a fourth time will be the charm in its campaign to establish an open-enrollment charter school in the White Hall School District.
A third day of searching for a Gould teenager who disappeared Sunday and is believed to have fallen into a canal in Lincoln County was unsuccessful Tuesday and Sheriff Leonard Hogg said the effort will continue Wednesday.
Arkansas’ voting equipment is out of date and Secretary of State Mark Martin said Tuesday his office is trying to improve it.
Editor’s Note: “The Economic Development Side” originally appears in the Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce’s weekly member e-newsletter. It is written by Rhonda Dishner, the Economic Development Alliance’s executive assistant.
The 2016 Junior Leadership Pine Bluff class graduation will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at the Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce, 510 Main St.
The Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce will host the 2016 Business Expo Thursday, May 5, at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman talked about challenges the nation faces Tuesday and the importance of education to improve the lives of citizens.