Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced Tuesday that individuals employed in the food manufacturing industry are now eligible to receive vaccination for COVID-19, and those individuals are invited to register for a community vaccination event scheduled for Saturday, March 6 in Jonesboro.
In addition to issue advisement, the youth council will conceive, plan and enact projects to improve Quality of Life, entertainment options, public safety and community engagement to make Jonesboro more attractive to young professionals.
The groundbreaking is beside the current NEA Baptist Pediatrics and Dermatology project at The Reserve at NEA, a partnership between NEA Baptist and Haag Brown Commercial Real Estate.
The Williams Baptist University theatre program is once again preparing for its annual production of the “Story Store,” but a new set of challenges has already caused changes to the way the performance is typically conducted.
Police and Fire department officials were investing the cause late Wednesday.
The first crash that occurred shortly before 9 AM, along with the crash involving Sergeant Lewis began to cause multiple crashes in a slow chain reaction stretching east of the first crash scene by more than 30 miles.
City of Jonesboro business offices will be closed Thursday as the extreme weather continues. Those who have the ability to work from home will do so.