A pair of Black History events, one held recently and a second to be held next week, were discussed by the Forrest City Public Library Board during the group’s meeting this week.
To many students in high school, the real world might seem simple compared to class work. But, as adults know, the challenges in life are really just beginning.
Efforts to recover the body of Nick Swink, 24, a Wynne Police officer and Cross County Sheriff’ Department auxiliary deputy, will resume Saturday when about 150 search and rescue personnel plan
A proposal by St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes to the SFC Quorum Court on Tuesday may bring the issue of a half cent sales tax for economic incentives to county voters this year.
A decision by the Forrest City School Board on what should be done with the building that previously housed the St.
The Arkansas Fallen Firefighter Memorial is a step closer to its permanent home on the grounds of the State Capitol in Little Rock this week with the announcement from the Arkansas Capitol Arts
The changes that have occurred between 1963 and 2013 are too numerous to count, but in Forrest City, one thing has been constant and that is the Airtherm and Mestek, Inc., plant located on North
Palestine Mayor Billy Shafer and the Palestine City Council continued working to create a plan to resolve issues with the city’s drainage and repair city streets during Tuesday night’s city council
Forrest City Advertising and Promotion Commission members approved several requests for monetary support on Tuesday, including just over $49,000 in combined support for the Forrest City Civic Cente
Thursday is Valentine’s Day, and many people are making plans for a perfect way to show their love to that special someone.