LITTLE ROCK — On Aug. 3, two days before he was scheduled to undergo surgery in Cleveland for a heart condition, Randy Dollar of Jacksonville was told by a pharmacist that his health-care coverage had been canceled.
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There are potential dangers associated with social media sites, including online predators. Social networking sites can provide a false sense of security for users who ignore the risks in making connections online.
Pine Bluff Mayor Debe Hollingsworth and other city elected officials will host another listening tour.
First Ward Alderman Lloyd A. Holcomb Jr. has announced that he plans to seek re-election to the Pine Bluff City Council.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies has awarded the Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility with a peak performance award for its operation of Boyd Point Treatment Plant, Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility general manager Ken Johnson said.
LITTLE ROCK — A Little Rock doctor and several others have been indicted as part of a continuing operation targeting illegal prescription drug activity, Christopher Thyer, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, said Wednesday.
The annual school election will be Tuesday, Sept. 15, and early voting will begin Tuesday, Sept. 8, at the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office at the courthouse.
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department reinstated 27 of 87 previously withdrawn highway construction projects to its October bid opening, according a news release Tuesday.
A traffic stop by an Arkansas State trooper Tuesday resulted in the arrest of a man on drug-related charges.
Richard Wilde, Arkansas Department of Education School Improvement Unit Programs Manager, discussed challenges Tuesday facing the Pine Bluff School District.