A private-club business in Jonesboro must receive approval before changing their address because of a new law.
The Jonesboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has a new name and logo.
“Ala Rurru,” an idea to produce a serape-like hammock to prevent sudden infant death syndrome in Hispanic newborns, is the winner of the 2017 Business Plan Competition hosted by the College of Business at Arkansas State University.
The new A&P Commission deal with the O’Reilly Hospitality Group will see Jonesboro get its first seven story hotel and convention center. Here is some of the reaction.
Mayor Harold Perrin is attending the National League of Cities convention in Charlotte, N.C. He issued this statement on A&P’s decision.
Bargain Hunt will be coming to the Highland Square Shopping Center in the Spring of 2018. The discount retailer will occupy 27,490 square feet at the southern end of the former Kmart space adjacent to Surplus Warehouse.
A representative for Ritter Communications confirmed their services experienced an interruption on Monday morning. The rep, speaking to NEA Report, said at about 11 a.m. the problems were believed to have been addressed or at least, were in the process of being fixed.
Peco Foods in Pocahontas has more employees than ever and although they are mostly staffed, they’re always looking for new family members to join Peco!
First National Bank of Izard County warned customers on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, that customers were receiving texts from a scammer claiming to be from “Regions Bank.” The scammer apparently asked people to call in to a number regarding their debit card being suspended. The texts, however, aren’t legit.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Risever, the steel fabrication company that recently announced plans to build a facility in Jonesboro, on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017.