A pair of events, each in the second year, have been planned to celebrate the Fourth of July in St. Francis County.
Shifting the biennial primary election could impact more than the date of the election as election officials begin the process of preparing for next year’s races.
With less than a month left in the tenure of Burl Lieblong as president of Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute, the future leadership at the school is in a state of limbo as local and state leaders await the creation of a 15-member board approved during the legislative session earlier this year.
The Forrest City Police Department is investigating a trio of Saturday shootings which left three men injured and a Cherry Street home riddled by bullets.
The petition period for the upcoming school board elections in the Forrest City and Palestine-Wheatley school districts is under way, with the filing period set to begin later this month.
The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday received an update on progress being made by the Forrest City Wellness and Athletic Consortium on the aquatic center and track approved by voters in 2013.
The annual Forrest City City Pride Program will kick off tomorrow with summer fun for area children.
The Widener City Council on Monday took the first step to vacate the seat of council member Carl Stewart, who was elected during the November General Election.
Residential garbage collection was easing closer to its regular schedule this morning after the city’s garbage trucks ran late into Friday and Saturday in an effort to get things caught up.
Officials with the city’s public works department blame equipment breakdowns on a city-wide delay in collection of both residential garbage collection and the city’s leaf and limb collection programs.