The Arkansas Legislature was to open its session today, no matter what the weather.
Volunteers from the community whose presence at Forrest City High School helped curb some discipline problems were thanked at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
A recent report that college enrollment in Arkansas has increased some 6 percent this school year is borne out locally.
The St Francis County Housing Authority board received a report Thursday that the Authority’s current reserve account is the biggest it’s ever been.
The Independent Living Center at 2105 Cedar Street, which has been accepting residents since earlier this month, held its official grand opening and ribbon cutting this morning.
This is being written on Wednesday afternoon, several hours before President Barack Obama is supposed to give his State of the Union address.
While the state Legislature gets ready for its first-ever, even-year fiscal session, higher education is bracing for cuts made necessary by the economy and the state’s constitution, which requires
Remediation rates — referring to first-time college students who aren’t ready for college level work — increased last fall, according to reports from the state’s Higher Education Department.
Sales tax collections in December continued their downward trend from a year earlier, for almost every taxing entity in St.
Forrest City High School and East Arkansas Community College held a “Senior Guidance Summit” Thursday night to help students who are looking for financial aid to continue their education.