Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant is asking area residents to take advantage of a pair of large garbage bins that will be placed downtown this week or possibly run the risk of getting a lump of co
Garbage may not be the first thing that comes to mind when many people think about Christmas, but area officials are making plans to help residents dispose of the trash that inevitably accompani
Forrest City City Council members will meet again this afternoon with hopes of adopting a budget for 2013.
The Arkansas State Police Christmas holiday schedule starts tomorrow, and ASP officials are urging motorists to plan ahead, drive the speed limit and prepare to use alternate routes if traveling we
The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to appoint Ardelia Echols to fill the Ward 2 Position 1 seat formerly held by Mary Jeffers.
Arkansas State Police investigators are investigating the Friday night shooting death of an Elaine man by wildlife officers.
Officials with the St. Francis County Food Pantry are counting their blessings, even as they prepare to serve one last Christmas meal from the Pantry’s old home on South Water Street.
After serving six years in the Arkansas State Senate, Senator Jack Crumbly’s tenure will end on Dec. 31.
The annual tradition of holiday celebrations through the Christmas and New Year’s holidays often include the consumption of alcohol, and a campaign targeting those who drink and drive started to
Area law enforcement officials are calling on the community and the judicial system in an effort to ensure that people who commit crimes are kept behind bars where they say they need to be.