The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday ruled that a St. Francis County man convicted of killing his cousin deserves a new trial.
The Forrest City Civic Center Commission met Tuesday to finalize the details of the catering contract with Marcus Freeman, of M&M Catering. During the meeting, commission members voted to waive Freeman’s November rental fee.
The Forrest City Mustangs could soon be playing their football games at Sam Smith Stadium on a brand new turf field, and the track athletes may soon have a new track on which to practice and compete.
During the upcoming holiday season, Arkansas State Troopers, along with other state and local law enforcement officers, will step up their patrols to keep motor vehicle drivers and passengers safe. Stopping and arresting impaired drivers will be a top priority, according to State Police officials.
Health officials encourage residents to get vaccines; practice safe hygiene
School board approves resolution allowing district to move first day of school to earlier August date
Several women are charged with battery and engaging in violent criminal group activity after allegedly assaulting a Forrest City woman over the weekend.
The Times-Herald is needing all area children to write their letters to Santa and get those turned in at the newspaper so they can be included in this year’s Christmas section.
Bank employees are accustomed to finding money bags in the overnight deposit boxes when they arrive to work in the morning. However, one local bank employee found a different kind of bag on Monday.
Seven people, including five adults and two children, were displaced this morning after a fire started in the kitchen of their home on North Rosser Street.