Since it first opened its doors in 1996, Harbor Oaks Golf Course and Restaurant has been owned and operated by the Thomas family.
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The Drive a Van Transportation Service holds a special place in Earl Smith’s heart. Smith, a retiree and White Hall native, devoted 4,500 hours of community service and drove 25,000 miles over an eight year period for the program, which provides transportation for disabled veterans to and from the veteran’s hospital.
A proposed ordinance asking Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter to file charges against Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth for refusing to enforce a resolution approved by the city council will be up for a first reading when the council meets Monday at 5:30 p.m.
A Pine Bluff majorette dance team known as the Dancing Iconz are preparing for the fall dance season like many others around the nation.
Trying to beat an oncoming thunderstorm with 50 mile-per-hour winds, family and friends of the late Maranda Goldman moved up their planned balloon release at the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park but still went ahead with it.
Fifteen years ago this week, the Governor Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center opened its doors to the public with the intention of educating people about Arkansas’ fish and wildlife. The center also works to preserve the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s mission of wildlife conservation.
From a small log cabin opened in 1970 with $1,500 borrowed from her aunt to being honored in one of the largest, most exclusive ballrooms in Manhattan — that’s the journey Sissy Jones of Pine Bluff has made in the jewelry business over the past 46 years.
A $10,000 bond was set Friday for a woman who allegedly stabbed her cousin after an altercation Wednesday.
A Pine Bluff woman was arrested Thursday after she allegedly hit a man several times with her fist and tried to run over him with a vehicle.
July 25 — July 29, 2016