The St. Francis County Election Commission discussed changing constable lines throughout the county during a meeting earlier this week.
The Forrest City Police Department, Arkansas State Police and St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department are participating in the national Click It or Ticket campaign that will cover the Memorial Day Weekend and continue until Sunday, May 31.
A group of area residents and elected officials met officially, Tuesday, kicking off an effort to utilize a plan approved by voters to build an aquatic center and track facility to improve the quality of life for citizens of Forrest City and St. Francis County.
A Forrest City man is facing five counts of felony sexual assault in connection with a pair of incidents involving the St. Francis Area Developmental Center.
An appropriation request from Circuit Court Judge Chris Morledge was denied in a split vote during Tuesday’s meeting of the St. Francis County Quorum Court.
The future of the presidency at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute may be on hold as local officials await the creation of a 15-member Arkansas Department of Career Education board and the approval of a list of candidates by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
The Feeding America Truck was in Forrest City this morning, bringing crates of potatoes and onions to the area for distribution. Nearly 180 cases of produce were delivered today.
Library director Arlisa Harris on Monday presented board members with the Forrest City Public Library’s statistical comparison of 2013 and 2014.
Members of the Widener City Council on Monday agreed to allow city residents who recently received letters regarding the conditions surrounding their homes an additional month to tidy up or face court proceedings forcing them to do so.
The Forrest City City Council is scheduled to convene at 6 this evening at city hall. Prior to the council meeting, a recreation committee will meet in the council’s chambers.