A gardening conference designed to help promote the idea of community gardens is planned for Thursday at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Agriculture Demonstration and Outreach Center in
Arkansas State Police officials are calling the Memorial Day holiday weekend enforcement effort a success after making 80 combined seat belt and DWI arrests during the four-day period.
State highway officials are asking motorists who use Interstate 40 to participate in a survey to determine the feasibility of making part or all of the route from West Memphis to North Little Ro
Funding cuts at the federal level have made their way to the area, forcing the St. Francis County Housing Authority to make changes in the way it operates.
The unofficial start of summer travel starts this weekend with the Memorial Day holiday, and area law enforcement agencies will be out in force in an effort to ensure that motorists have a safe
Overnight storms forced Forrest City Public Works Department employees into action after a large tree was blown over, blocking traffic on South Washington Street.
The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday opened discussion on the possibility of allowing the Delta Regional Airport to use the Forrest City Municipal Airport as collateral in an effort to keep con
The Forrest City City Council agreed to seek bids for the removal of several condemned properties during its council meeting Tuesday night, including a pair of Front Street properties destroyed by
Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant is asking area residents to make sure that contractors who provide landscaping and yard work services also make sure to remove the debris left behind.
The Delta Regional Airport Authority has agreed to cease construction on the airport access road as board members seek a solution to what they termed last night as the “perfect financial storm.”