Two Arkansas nonprofits that work with poor communities in the south announced their merger Wednesday morning before a packed house at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Service Center.
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The August unemployment rate for Pine Bluff fell to 10.2 percent from 11.6 percent in July, according to data released Wednesday by the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services.
The SAFE Team Clean Sweep program took to the streets of Pine Bluff again Wednesday morning with city leaders using face-to-face contact with residents to build a safer community.
LAS VEGAS, NV — Stephens Media LLC — the company that also owns The Pine Bluff Commercial — and Black Press today announced a series of transactions involving Stephens Media newspapers in Washington and Hawaii.
An article on the Pine Bluff Planning Commission in Wednesday’s edition incorrectly listed the address of Pine Bluff resident Barbara Samuels. Samuels resides on Elm Wood Circle.
The company that owns the Huddle House restaurants in Pine Bluff and White Hall has been sued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which claims that the company subjected a black employee to a hostile work environment.
Jefferson County residents who have land lines received calls about a missing infant Tuesday night but police said the calls were in error.
The Southeast Arkansas Kennel Club will sponsor dog obedience classes starting Tuesday, Oct. 7. For more information call 879-3384.
Democratic nominee for governor Mike Ross will visit White Hall and Pine Bluff on his statewide “Jobs First” tour to discuss plans to strengthen education, cut taxes and create more jobs.
LITTLE ROCK, AR— U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor’s Mobile Office staff will visit cities to help Arkansans who may be having problems with the Veterans Administration, Social Security, or other services involving the federal government.