A contractor will begin removing building materials on Monday, Aug. 3, from one vacant structure and two collapsed structures along Main Street.
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The Plaza Hotel is closing, forcing occupants to move out by Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Monday he plans to ask a legislative committee next week to approve a request for $7.4 million to open 200 additional prison beds in Pine Bluff.
FORT SMITH — Zero Mountain on Monday announced that it is increasing significantly its workforce and footprint in Fort Smith.
Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility staff plan to meet with contractors Wednesday who are interested in applying for contracts involving two separate projects to upgrade the city’s sewer system.
UAPB’s Anthony Austin will study the health benefits of educational attainment and whether they are less pronounced for African-Americans through his recent award from the Psychological Research and Training on Health Disparities Issues Grants (ProDIGs).
Interested Citizens for Voter Registration Inc. will hold Coffee with the Chiefs at Tyson Foods, 5505 Jefferson Parkway, from 9-10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansans cannot legally distribute “revenge porn” or make voyeuristic use of drones but can carry concealed handguns into more places, including polling places, under new state laws now in effect.
LITTLE ROCK — Recent comments by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton regarding the Iran nuclear deal are part of a pattern of rhetoric that “would be considered ridiculous if it weren’t so sad,” President Barack Obama said Monday.
The administrator of the Jefferson County Office of the Department of Human Services said Sunday that the so-called “private option” has been around a year and the state has started to send out renewal notices.