The board of the St. Francis County Housing Authority on Thursday accepted a bid for repairs to the roof of the agency’s headquarters on South Izard Street.
With the coming of fall, young Forrest Citians — and their parents — are reminded that they will be subject to not one, but two curfews, once school starts.
“Spaded,” as in, “Our dog Lucy Belle has been spaded,” is what I called it when, as a child, I first heard about it.
Working with animals can sometimes be frustrating, particularly when so many pets aren’t cared for properly. But not all the news is bad.
There will be two fewer polling places in St. Francis County beginning with the Sept. 21 school election, the county Election Commission decided Monday.
When it was reported recently that demolition permits had been picked up for several condemned houses in Forrest City, it served as a reminder for some that such permits are required.
I write this while I suffer from a serious case of Eater’s Remorse — you know, when you’ve eaten too much, know you’ve eaten too much, knew you were eating too much when you ate it and did it anywa
The St. Francis County Indigent Care Board agreed to pay Forrest City Medical Center a total of $9,810.14 for the quarter ending June 30, to help defray the cost of treating indigent patients.
The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday adopted a resolution condemning a number of abandoned properties in town.
Kenny Fletcher, code enforcement officer, spoke to the council.
The assistant principal at Forrest City Junior High School has been named interim principal for the coming year.