The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday voted to allow Fire Chief Johnny Ruffin to seek bids on a new fire truck.
A committee of city council members recommended on Tuesday — and the recommendation was adopted — that the city seek legal means in determining the ownership of the humane shelter and the land on w
The Juvenile Treatment Center at Pine Tree will be receiving a new classroom building as part of a $17.1 million project to improve the six centers statewide.
The year’s first budget meeting, held Thursday, consisted mostly of going over the current year’s budget, which Forrest City Mayor Gordon McCoy said is a lot like next year’s budget, with some e
Something struck me the other night as the Forrest City School Board discussed borrowing money and having to make cuts. I’m no parent, but I wonder if many parents thought of it.
“We couldn’t have picked a better day. The weather was perfect — we ordered it,” said Carla Nimocks, chair of the East Arkansas Community College Foundation.
Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute is preparing for an accreditation visit in October from the Council on Occupational Education.
Ask just about any local farmer, and he’ll say the rain needs to stop.