The Pine Bluff City Council will meet on Monday evening: June 5, 2017, 5:30 pm City Council Chambers / City Hall Civic Complex 200 E. 8th Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71601 Meeting Agenda The meeting’s agenda lists one proposed ordinance to be read and several [...]
Throughout her campaign and since, Mayor Shirley Washington has called for One Pine Bluff, undoubtedly to rally teamwork and a sense of unity. A practical interpretation of this principle, however, may come to mind as Pine Bluff’s registered voters — some of [...]
Art, music, and film abound in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, this June, with events at the Arts and Science Center, Full Circle 360, and the Pine Bluff Blues Festival. Take a look right here: June 2, 2017: Live music (open to adults) ASC’s Live@5, Featuring Charlotte Taylor and [...]
Three entities, all nonprofits, aim to help Pine Bluff strengthen, whether through broad, city-wide revitalization or targeted local development: Go Forward Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff Rising, and Delta Rhythm & Bayous Alliance. All three strive toward economic growth [...]
The Delta Rhythm & Bayous Alliance (DRBA), a nonprofit focusing on heritage-based tourism, has a framework to foster economic growth in the Delta lowlands. Though regional in focus, the framework has two anchor cities — Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and Greenville, [...]
When Pine Bluff was incorporated in 1839, it had been functioning as the seat of Jefferson County since 1832 — or, at least, the Bonne family’s cabin on the [...]
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When Pine Bluff was incorporated in 1839, it had already been functioning as the seat of Jefferson County since 1832 – or, at least, the Bonne family’s cabin on the pine-covered bluff had been serving as the county seat since that time.