The Watson Chapel School Board decided Monday to interview three people for consideration to be the district’s next superintendent.
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LITTLE ROCK — The sponsor of a bill that could end imports of California wine into Arkansas said Monday he has dropped the bill.
LITTLE ROCK — A House committee on Monday advanced an amended version of the controversial religious freedom bill.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers on Monday approved bills to impose new restrictions on abortion, require drug testing of some applicants for public benefits and make changes to lottery-funded college scholarships.
After receiving only one response to a request for bids to run the concession stand at Regional Park during the softball season, the Pine Bluff Parks and Recreation Commission voted Monday to give the job to B.J. Hulse, but for less money than what they had originally asked for.
LITTLE ROCK — A Senate committee on Monday advanced a bill that would impose new restrictions on the petition process for ballot initiatives.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service, which will begin selling its Maya Angelou Forever Stamp next Tuesday, has planned a star-studded ceremony that day to honor the poet who spent much of her childhood in Stamps, Ark.
A Troxler gauge containing radioactive material was reported stolen from a construction site near Interstate 40 West in northwest Pulaski County and could be a radiation hazard if damaged, according to a news release.
A citywide Easter Celebration and Community Resource Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at Concourse D of the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
Repair of a failed bridge joint on Interstate 530 will require lane closures near the Hazel Street exit Monday, March 30, to Thursday, April 2.