The Forrest City Civic Center will continue providing an in-house caterer for future events, but the terms of the catering contract may be changing.
A three-judge federal panel has ruled that the boundaries for Senate District 24 are legal, ending a bid by State Sen. Jack Crumbly and a local group to have the district re-drawn.
Work is continuing at the new home of the St. Francis County Food Pantry, and officials are hopeful the building will be in full use before Christmas.
Officials with the Arkansas Service Commission Listening Tour were pleased with the response from area residents following Thursday’s stop at the Forrest City Civic Center.
Henry Haven is retiring as St. Francis County Veteran’s Service officer after more than 20 years, and County Judge Gary Hughes is working to find a replacement.
The Wynne City Council is considering a curfew for minors that would restrict daytime and nighttime activities.
Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant said he is working with officials from the East Arkansas Planning and Development District Solid Waste Management Board on the possibility of bringing a solid was
Any votes cast for school board candidate Terry Rogers will be counted on election day, despite the fact that he has withdrawn from the race.
Officials with the Palestine-Wheatley School District will appear before Federal Judge Susan Webber Wright later this month as the district seeks an order to allow it to modify or terminate its
The Arkansas Service Commission Listening Tour 2012 will make a stop in Forrest City on Thursday, and Mayor Larry Bryant said he is hopeful that leaders from across the area will attend.