Running for a causeAfter school participants in Save the Children participated in a breast cancer awareness relay outside of Stewart Elementary School Thursday afternoon. The students committed to walking 10 laps in honor of breast cancer survivors, and waved signs showing their support of the cause. Above, Save the Children coordinator Diane Cottrell leads the children as they start their first lap. Photo by Caleb Talley
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FC to see several Halloween events Monday evening - Trick-or-treaters should have no trouble finding ways to enjoy Halloween and the weekend before it, as a number of holiday activities are being hosted throughout the area.
Mayor calls for residents to help with cleanup - Dumpsters for fall cleanup will be placed in two Forrest City locations next week, according to Mayor Larry Bryant. The dumpsters will be made available for local residents to dispose of larger items like mattresses and debris.
Suspect charged in connection to September shooting in FC - A Forrest City man is behind bars after being charged in connection with a September shooting that occurred outside a convenient store on West Broadway Avenue.