Jonesboro and Craighead County’s Census count remains low, and local leaders are urging residents to be counted to ensure our city and county receive our fair share of federal funding over the coming 10 years.
On Friday, September 11, healthcare heroes will serve a “to-go” style complimentary breakfast from 7:00am -9:00am on the NEA Baptist medical campus located at 4800 East Johnson.
The deadline for both applications is August 15.
Jonesboro Mayor Harold Perrin has announced that due to a recent but ongoing health issue he will not seek re-election to a fourth term.
Holliday is accused of transferring $1.6 million in county funds to his personal and business accounts since January, among other accusations from private business associates.
This year’s Downtown Jonesboro BBQ Fest will not be held this year, Festival Chairman Tim McCall said Thursday.
The Johnny Cash Heritage Festival is cancelled for 2020, director of Arkansas State University’s Heritage Sites Dr. Adam Long announced this week.
It’s been listed as “the biggest free fireworks display in the state.”
COVID-19 continues to impact regularly scheduled events in NEA with the cancellation of the Beatles at the Ridge festival in Walnut Ridge