Members of the Forrest City Civic Center Commission on Tuesday attempted to bridge an apparent communications gap between the center’s manager Jimmy Gaines and Leodis Duckworth, with D&R Catering.
On Wednesday, the Lee County Cooperative Clinic in Marianna and the East Arkansas Enterprise Community, Inc. will host the 11th annual Lee County Prostate Cancer Awareness Expo, offering free prostate cancer screenings and education.
East Arkansas Community College is hosting resumé and application workshops this week to help residents land jobs during the College and Career Day next week at the school.
The second annual Youth, Teen, and Young Adult Empowerment Summit (YTYAES) will be held this weekend in Forrest City. Several speakers, vendors and presentations will be held in an effort to help youth in the area improve their lives.
A pair of new scams have been reported in the area, one involving phone calls from people claiming to be with Entergy and another involving a shipping company’s business accounts.
The first Youth, Teen and Young Adult Empowerment Summit (YTYAES) last year was well attended, but this year’s event promises to be bigger and better, according to organizers.
A potential illegal meeting of the Forrest City Water Utility Commission was apparently prevented by the utility’s attorney André Valley Monday afternoon.
East Arkansas Cable TV is moving to its new location at 4804 N. Washington this week, and company officials are inviting the public to a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m., on Thursday.
With one exception, all cities collecting municipal and county taxes saw their revenue increase in February this year over the same month in 2013.
St. Francis County residents are invited to a Job and Career Expo on Thursday, April 3, at the Eugene Woods Civic Center in West Memphis from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.