The Forrest City City Council passed several resolutions Tuesday night, paving the way for the city to seek a $60,000 grant to install a generator at the Larry S.
A St. Louis man, already serving prison time for murder, is now facing a 40-year sentence in the Arkansas Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to murder this morning in St.
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department will hold a public involvement meeting Thursday in Lexa to discuss plans for the final phase of the Hwy.
Representative Marshall Wright said that a bill he has proposed which would create exemptions to the state’s Freedom of Information Act could still be amended before it ever sees a House vote.
Officials at area state parks are inviting residents out for a weekend of bird watching activities as part of the Great Backyard Bird Count.
A bill, sponsored by Rep Marshall Wright, D-Forrest City, that would allow all safety plans and procedures at state schools and universities, along with meetings on those issues, to be protected fr
The Forrest City Civic Center Commission agreed to a proposal on Tuesday to extend the contract for Civic Center caterer D&R Catering, while increasing rates and requiring the business to make
The Palestine-Wheatley School Board agreed to lend its support to an effort to create a regional alternative school during its monthly meeting Monday night in Wheatley.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has selected a retired circuit judge from Fayetteville to serve as an independent consultant in the First Judicial District.
Several business and industry leaders representing the Delta were honored Thursday night for their work to lead the region into the future, during the eighth annual Crossroads Coalition dinner i