Meegan Huston plates up meals to give out for free to the public Wednesday at Mother Hellum’s Hospitality House.
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Alderman Steven Mays says he wants to prevent the Pine Bluff City Council Public Works Committee from meeting until he hears from representatives from many agencies so they can discuss the shared 71602 ZIP code between Pine Bluff and White Hall and the proper allocation of Pine Bluff residents’ money.
Fire officials say Thanksgiving Day tops the charts as one of the peak days for home cooking fires. Cooking is the leading cause of fires and fire-related injuries across the country.
Henry English, director of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Small Farm Program, received a 2014 Regional Excellence in Extension award recently at the 127th annual Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Attorney General-elect Leslie Rutledge named Julie Benafield of Hazen as her chief deputy attorney general Tuesday.
The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners will meet 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the Jefferson County Election Center, 123 Main St., to certify the general runoff election.
The Walton Family Foundation and the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation have selected a consulting firm to develop a comprehensive plan aimed at providing a better education to students at Arkansas public schools including those in academic distress.
Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson will not be retaining Dr. Joe Thompson as surgeon general when Hutchinson takes office in January, Thompson announced Tuesday.
Arkansas’ gay marriage ban was struck down Tuesday by a federal judge who also put a hold on the order so the state could consider an appeal.
Travis D. White won the runoff race for the Altheimer alderman Ward 2, Position 1 seat Tuesday against Kim Love, 54 votes to 22.