The roads that were repaired and work done by the Jefferson County Road Department:
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LITTLE ROCK — The fiscal session that began April 13 could wrap up this week, legislative leaders said Friday as they worked with the governor’s office on the Revenue Stabilization Act, the bill that will set spending priorities for the fiscal year that begins July 1.
A proposed appropriation ordinance for the Jefferson County Road Department will be considered when committees of the Jefferson County Quorum Court meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the quorum courtroom.
A proposed resolution that would set a deadline for clearing debris from fallen buildings on Main Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues is the only agenda item before the Pine Bluff City Council on Monday.
LITTLE ROCK — An agreement has been reached to increase state aid to public libraries and senior citizen centers by $1 million each in the fiscal year that begins July 1, legislative leaders and Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Friday.
Reconstruction of the Joe Thomas Public Safety building that will house the Police and Fire departments’ main stations has ground almost to a halt and architects say they need more money to complete the job.
The Pine Bluff School District Board of Directors on Thursday approved a reduction in force policy that, according to board president Henry Dabner, will affect two or three teachers.
Pine Bluff police are asking for help in locating two men who allegedly broke into a car lot on Dollarway Road and stole two lawnmowers.
LITTLE ROCK — Former Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge of tampering and was sentenced to six months of probation and fined $500.
LITTLE ROCK — Telecommunications company Sprint said Friday it will add about 100 full-time employees at a recently opened regional office in Little Rock by the end of this year.