Construction on both the fuel farm and T-hangars at the regional airport in Colt could begin this fall after the Delta Regional Airport Authority learned that the Federal Aviation Administration has agreed to fund a portion of the construction during Thursday’s meeting in Colt.
Kids for the Future CEO and president Bess Heisler Ginty has been named to the 40 Under 40 list for 2014 by Arkansas Business.
Summer officially starts tomorrow, and for many area families, summer means a trip to the water, whether that is in a backyard pool, a water park or any one of the many outdoor lakes, ponds and rivers across the state.
Widener City Council members have approved a resolution to allow paving and resurfacing work to begin next month as part of the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department’s state aid program.
After months spent focusing on cleaning and clearing winter and spring debris from the streets of Forrest City, officials with the Forrest City Public Works Department are saying that things are now back to normal.
The Forrest City City Council heard first reading of an ordinance on Tuesday to outlaw the practice of “jake-braking” within the Forrest City city limits.
The St. Francis County Election Commission on Tuesday voted to certify the results of last week’s Republican runoff election.
The Forrest City City Council will hear a pair of recommendations from its personnel committee when it meets in regular session at 6 this evening.
Southside Swimming Pool opened this weekend to a full house, according to Forrest City Parks and Recreation Department director Kenneth Taylor.
Water rates in the city of Colt could increase next month if an ordinance being reviewed by the city council is adopted.