JONESBORO, Ark. — Some endured heat. Others endured the rain and cold. Such is the nature of Arkansas weather, after all. Some waited for upwards of an hour. Some made it through in mere minutes. Some came to see change…. Read More ›
JONESBORO, Ark. — The City of Jonesboro announced a $2.5 million grant to fund rail storage expansion Monday afternoon at Rotary Park. The grant includes $2 million from the U.S. Economic Development Administration and another $500,000 investment by the Delta… Read More ›
The Arkansas State Red Wolves football team had to postpone back-to-back contests due to COVID-19 complications. Head coach Blake Anderson addressed the media Monday morning with hope that his team would be back on track to play at Coastal Carolina… Read More ›
Silence is Compliance.
JONESBORO, Ark. — Amid a global pandemic and the aftermath of a natural disaster, the City of Jonesboro had somewhat of a return to normalcy with a remote city council meeting Tuesday night. The meeting was the first held since… Read More ›
“#JonesboroStrong: Overcoming the Storm” is a visual experience about the resilience of the community in the wake of disaster.
An EF-3 tornado struck Jonesboro, Arkansas Saturday, March 28. Here’s what the aftermath looks like.
JONESBORO — Enrollment at Arkansas State University is on the decline, but it isn’t all doom and gloom in Jonesboro. Both domestic and international enrollment in graduate and undergraduate studies are down at Arkansas State, with overall enrollment down around… Read More ›
JONESBORO, Ark. — The City of Jonesboro held a joint meeting with Suddenlink Thursday night to address numerous complaints by citizens. The St. Bernards Auditorium was at capacity; in fact, it was standing-room-only for disgruntled residents. Hundreds of Jonesboro residents… Read More ›
JONESBORO — The Arkansas State University Museum is hosting a black history exhibit, “For All the World to See” until March 15. Tuesday night, the museum held a meeting for the local NAACP chapter to accompany the exhibit. The National… Read More ›