The Arkansas legislature unofficially ended the 89th General Assembly Tuesday, but not before passing the $4.8 billion revenue stabilization bill that includes restricted funding for Crowley’s Ridg
Colt officials are making plans for the ninth annual installment of the Blazin’ Fundraizin’ festival.
Area legislators are calling the 89th legislative session a success, despite getting off to a slow start.
Early spring showers have emergency officials keeping an eye on area rivers, but there is no significant threat of flooding, even with rain in the forecast for this week.
A July trial date has been set for a man accused in the 2010 murder of a Forrest Citian.
Forrest City’s Solid Waste Department has wrapped up its first quarter of providing garbage collection services to city residents and businesses, and city officials say early issues have leveled
More than 10,000 Delta area residents could receive tax credits under the Affordable Care Act, according to a study recently released.
A project to reconstruct close to eight miles along Interstate 40 could begin next month after Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials opened bids on the project Wednesday in Li
It’s time for the annual Keep St. Francis County Beautiful Campaign with this year’s effort taking on a two-fold approach to spring cleaning.
Officials with New G Properties, the company that owns the buildings at 509 and 511 Front Street which were destroyed by fire in May, say they are working with state officials in an effort to remov