Allie Elkins of White Hall has been awarded a President’s Scholarship to attend Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge. The scholarship is awarded to incoming WBC students based on their college entrance examination scores.
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The Pine Bluff Corps of the Salvation Army is in urgent need of participants for its annual Angel Tree campaign, which collects donated gifts for area children and seniors who would otherwise have nothing to open Christmas morning.
After the Education Committee of the Jefferson County Quorum Court voted last week to approve the application of Toni Bradford to fill a vacant position on the Watson Chapel School Board of Directors, the committee had to rescind that vote Monday when it discovered that Bradford does not live in the zone that the position represents.
LITTLE ROCK — Many schools in the northern half of the state remained closed Monday and state government workers were given extra time to get to work as Arkansas recovered from a winter storm that left thousands without power.
An investigation into an alleged employee theft at McDonald’s in the Jefferson Square Shopping Center resulted in the arrest of a woman who denied taking any money.
A reported rolling disturbance early Friday morning on University Drive resulted in the arrest of a man who allegedly rammed his vehicle several times into a vehicle driven by his former girlfriend.
Thanks to an alert employee, a man who had allegedly broken into a business on Main Street on Dec. 2 was arrested by police Thursday night.
A 25-year-old Pine Bluff man who was arrested last week in Kansas City will be held without bond at the adult detention center while prosecutors prepare capital murder charges against him.
“I came to get down. I came to get down. So get out your seats and jump around!” No joke, “Jump Around” by House of Pain is the ringtone I set for all my clients.
As police continue their investigation into a series of robberies at dollar stores and gas stations over the past several weeks, they have arrested a fifth suspect in connection with the incidents.