A Pine Bluff man who calls himself an “ambassador for the Republic of Conch” made his first appearance Tuesday in Pine Bluff District Court.
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The Pine Bluff SCORE location closed its doors in March, but those looking for business advice may still call the Little Rock office.
WASHINGTON — John Paul Hammerschmidt, one of Arkansas’ longest-serving and most respected congressmen, died Wednesday at age 92.
In order to satisfy a report from the state Division of Legislative Audit, the Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners on Wednesday voted to close two bank accounts that they have maintained to cover expenses.
Organizers of Family Fun Day reminded people Wednesday to mark their calendars for Saturday, May 2, to take part in outdoor games at Regional Park in the amphitheatre area.
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff junior Xavier Walls of Little Rock, right, speaks with Cintas account executive Dameian White at a UAPB career fair Wednesday. A computer science major, Walls said he is looking for a job or an internship. UAPB hosted the career day and teacher education fair at the HPER Complex. Students visited with representatives from law enforcement agencies, financial services companies, school districts, manufacturers, universities and other employers. (Pine Bluff Commercial/David Hutter)
The following agencies will be closed in observance of Good Friday, April 3:
The United Way of Southeast Arkansas will announce its public report on its fall fundraising campaign at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 7.
Simmons First National Corp. expects to release first quarter 2015 earnings prior to the market opening on Thursday, April 23, followed by a live conference call at 3 p.m.
During an appearance before the Pine Bluff Rotary Club on Tuesday, Dollarway School District Superintendent Bobby Acklin said the district will be asking the school board to approve a millage increase this year.