On Tuesday, the Forrest City Police Department dismissed two officers, one for posing for a photo in uniform with a felon who had a gun inside the officer’s home and another who was working in Hughes as an officer while on medical leave from the FCPD.
A mutation in the seasonal influenza A H3N2 could lead to a more severe flu season for 2014-15.
The Forrest City Civic Center Commission agreed Tuesday to ask Mayor Larry Bryant to seek bids for repairs to the facility’s doors to bring the facility into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
The public is invited Thursday to the grand opening of the new 35,000-square-foot Woodruff Electric Cooperative, Inc., headquarters, which officially opened in November.
Two Forrest City Police Department officers were fired Tuesday, the result of separate internal investigations regarding actions by both men.
Separate fatal accidents in Cross County this week claimed the lives of two Eastern Arkansas residents.
The Palestine-Wheatley School Board upheld a recommendation from superintendent Jon Estes to reduce the stipend paid to fifth and sixth grade elementary principal Zenna Smith following an open personnel hearing and an executive session held prior to the start of Monday’s school board meeting.
A civil lawsuit has been filed by current Hughes mayor Larry Owens against the St. Francis County Election Commission over the results of the November General Election.
A Forrest City teenager was listed in fair condition today at Region 1 Medical Center in Memphis after being hit by a vehicle near the intersection of West Broadway and Scott streets last night.
Santa Claus and his elves are working very hard making Christmas gifts, and the Times-Herald is helping out by collecting letters from area children for the annual Letters to Santa special section.