People should be able to fish from a newly constructed fishing pier along Brumps Bayou at Lake Saracen later this year, pending the construction of a sidewalk leading to it.
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ZIP codes have no bearing on tax collections, Arkansas Geographic Information Officer Tony Davis told city officials Tuesday, but he did suggest the city look at updating its boundary maps.
It is not financially feasible to save a Main Street mural depicting Cotton Belt Engine 819 from demolition, city officials have determined.
The following is a list of people who have filed through Tuesday to run as independents in the Nov. 4 general election for local municipal offices.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth said Tuesday afternoon that the city is moving ahead with plans to address the partial collapse of the former Sahara Temple at 620 S. Main St.
A Pine Bluff man is accused of injuring a police officer while trying to steal meat from a grocery store in April.
LITTLE ROCK — Little Rock-based telecommunications company Windstream said Tuesday it plans to spin off some of its assets into an independent, publicly traded real estate investment trust, a move the company said would reduce its debt by by about $3.2 billion.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Mike Beebe has released $300,000 from the Governor’s Disaster Fund to provide assistance to eligible, uninsured victims of severe storms and flooding that occurred at the end of June, Beebe’s office announced Tuesday.
Solar, wind and other alternative energy businesses in Arkansas are supporting a plan by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants.
An article about a letter carrier who was recognized for reporting a fire published Tuesday included the incorrect name of a suspect who was arrested in connection with the fire. The suspect is William Courtney II.