The ARESC/Parents as Teachers monthly group meeting will be 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, at the Arkansas River Education Service Cooperative, 912 W. Sixth Ave. The topic will be healthy hearts.
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Pine Bluff School District bands received top honors at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Battle of the Bands and Parade at Houston, Texas, during the King holiday weekend.
Deja Vu Upscale Consignment owner Trisha Shank moved her store into The Pines mall this week after outgrowing her previous space in the Watson Chapel neighborhood.
HanesBrands announced a $1.5 million investment at its Clarksville facility Thursday that will return its hosiery line from Honduras and bring in 120 jobs.
A recent accident near South Blake Street and Miramar Drive in which a log truck lost its load on top of a passenger car, sending the car driver to the hospital, resulted in a number of people contacting The Commercial and complaining about where the truck was, but according to the city code of ordinances, the truck had every right to be there.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Ethics Commission on Friday dismissed a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge that alleged she violated state campaign finance laws by appearing in an outside group’s ad.
A series of maps showing “hot spots” or areas where police in Pine Bluff receive a lot of calls is another tool they’re using to try and reduce the crime rate.
Jan. 19 — Jan. 23, 2015
New Generation Child Care in White Hall was closed Friday because people associated with it had an unspecified sickness.
Two men accused of robbing an elderly couple Jan. 12, then escaping briefly from the adult detention center Wednesday will each have to post $1 million bonds while prosecutors prepare multiple charges against them.