The timeline for building an aquatic center and track became clearer Tuesday after members of the Forrest City Area Athletic and Wellness Consortium, formerly the Forrest City Area Recreation Committee, received answers to several questions from bond attorneys representing the city.
Changes to the Forrest City School District’s summer feeding program will now require participating children to eat meals on one of four FCSD campuses.
Questions regarding turnover in the Forrest City Police Department dominated discussion during Tuesday’s first city council meeting of June.
The Forrest City Area Recreation Committee was officially formed Tuesday by a vote of the Forrest City City Council.
The Forrest City Police Department instituted the use of body cameras for all department police officers last year, and the program is going well, according to Police Chief E.P. Reynolds.
A bill approved by the Arkansas Legislature to move the state’s primary election from May to March in 2016 is a cause for concern, according to members of the St. Francis County Election Commission.
The Delta Regional Airport Authority could begin selling aviation fuel as early as next week, provided officials can reach a deal with a company that has offered to supply the first load.
The threat of rain on Saturday, May 16, forced the annual Forrest City Community Spring Fling to be postponed until this coming weekend, and organizers are hopeful the weather will cooperate this time around for a fun-filled Saturday afternoon.
Nathaniel Thomas has spent much of his life working to keep fit and help others stay in shape. Now, he’s taking his passion for fitness and turning it into a business with Thomas Health and Fitness.
The Forrest City Area Parks and Recreation Committee held its second public meeting Tuesday, at the Civic Center, electing officers and agreeing to seek non-profit status for its committee as they attempt to raise additional funds to enhance a taxpayer-approved bond issue to build a track and aquatic center in Forrest City.