Look of successThe Save the Children Program at Stewart Elementary School works to improve students’ abilities, and this morning fourth grader Justin Powell was all smiles as he saw his current grade point average. Diane Cottrell, Save the Children coordinator at the school, shows Powell his average. Photo by Alan Smith.
FC School Board agrees to purchase pair of new buses - Two new buses will be added to the Forrest City School District's fleet following a unanimous vote by the Forrest City School Board.
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Food Pantry serving Easter meal - The St. Francis County Food Pantry is opening its doors to those in need on Friday for its annual Easter meal.
Pharmacist offers message of hope at Soup Kitchen - A special guest made a visit to the weekly soup kitchen at Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church Monday, delivering a message of faith and hope to those having lunch.
Auditors in N.J. question payments made to Hardrick - Auditors in New Jersey have found that the Newark Public Schools (NPS) in Newark, N.J., paid Forrest City School District Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Hardrick more than $12,000 during June of 2014, after she was officially named to the FCSD position.
FCHA meeting set for this evening - The Forrest City Housing Authority is scheduled to meet at 5:30 this evening at its headquarters, located at 690 Dawson Road.