Plan of actionWorkers with the Forrest City Water Department began focusing on a water leak along Garland Avenue, in front of the fire department, this morning. In the photo above, Water Department employees Lee Smith, left, and Timothy Love observe the geyser while formulating a plan of action. Photo by Caleb Talley
State’s colleges see four-year graduation rates steadily increase - LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Data from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education shows that the state's four-year college graduation rate has steadily increased in the past five years.
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Repairs to Hwy. 70 through FC still planned - Work to repair a five-mile section of Highway 70 is expected to begin by the end of May, according to officials with the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department.
Local businesses help shoppers find perfect gifts for Mother’s Day - As Mother's Day approaches, residents of Forrest City seeking the perfect gift for Mom need not go too far to find it. There are a number of local boutiques and flower shops that have plenty of options for shoppers to choose from.
Driver charged with DWI after claiming nephews trapped in submerged car - St. Francis County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a report of a car submerged in a pond in the early hours on Sunday, with the belief that people were still inside.
April building permits reported - Commercial building projects in April totaled over $52,000 with only two projects, according to information from Forrest City City Hall.