Simmons Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Simmons First National Corp., announced Thursday the addition of Matt Reddin as president of the Private Banking Group within Simmons Bank, according to Marty D. Casteel, Simmons Bank chairman and CEO.
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As Daylight Saving Time approaches at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 8, the Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Department has issued a safety reminder checklist to complete while moving clocks up an hour.
LITTLE ROCK — Bills to lower lottery-funded scholarship amounts for college freshmen and allow some school districts with dwindling enrollment to avoid consolidation cleared the House Education Committee on Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Bills on banning changes to military monuments and convening the states to amend the U.S. Constitution advanced out of a House committee Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Senate voted Wednesday to approve a bill that would bar Arkansas from creating a state-run insurance exchange, at least for now.
A day after the Pine Bluff School Board voted to close Oak Park Elementary and Southeast Middle schools at the end of the school year, the superintendent says a next step is determining the list of teachers to lay off.
LITTLE ROCK — A Senate committee on Wednesday endorsed bills that would bar the state from awarding grants to any abortion provider and seek to freeze enrollment in the Medicaid expansion program known as the private option.
The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld the first-degree murder conviction of Crystal Scott-Paxson, who was convicted in the June 9, 2012, shooting death of James “Sandy” Johnson of Pine Bluff after a two-day trial in 2014.
Four Southeast Arkansas residents who had applied to have their prison sentences reduced had those applications rejected by the Arkansas Parole Board.
A combination of freezing rain and sleet was expected to hit the Jefferson County overnight Wednesday, with a slight chance of snow by Thursday morning.