Members of the Forrest City School Board, during a special meeting on Monday, reviewed and adopted the district’s 2014-15 fiscal year budget.
The 0.625 percent sales tax passed by Forrest City voters last fall is beginning to pay benefits with resurfacing work on several city streets under way along with the addition of a new fire truck for the Forrest City Fire Department.
A Forrest City man is being held at the St. Francis County Jail on felony charges following an incident earlier this month involving two-year-old twin boys.
The annual 4-H Fishing Derby will be Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Forrest City Sports Complex, for children ages 2 to 18.
High school students from several Arkansas school districts participated in the Arkansas Construction Career Day, held today at the Forrest City Civic Center.
Last week’s Professor Pigskin contest came down to Nick Acklin and Benford Adell with four misses each in the selection of high school, college and NFL games.
The Forrest City Police Department is taking steps to keep up with technology while protecting both the public and the department’s officers through the addition of body cameras.
The Wynne School District and Wynne Police Department are investigating a fight on Friday at the high school campus.
Forrest City native Brad Moore is the new agency owner and insurance agent for Shelter Insurance at 1515 N. Washington in Forrest City.
Parents and guardians of students attending Forrest City Junior High School are invited to breakfast at the school with Principal Reginald Murphy for the first Breakfast with the Principal event.