Formal charges, including class Y felony rape, have been filed against former Bryant High School football player Catrell L. Wallace.
The Arkansas State Police is investigating the death of an Alexander Police officer who reportedly died in an accidental shooting by another officer.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the arrest of David Jefferson Brown, of Benton, on 20 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, a class C felony.
When Benton High School senior Ryan Taneja learned he would not be experiencing all of the traditional senior events this year, such as prom and graduation, he decided he would not let himself or his best friend miss out on the fun.
In her move from program administrator, the new marketing and special events coordinator at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Saline County will get to share her passion for the Clubs and what they do for children in the community.
In an emotional press conference Friday, Safe Haven Baby Box founder Monica Kelsey thanked the anonymous woman who surrendered her baby through the baby box located at Fire Station No. 3 in Benton.
MINNEAPOLIS — The police officer seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died in custody after pleading that he could not breathe, was arrested Friday after three days of often-violent protests that resulted in fires and looting across parts of Minneapolis.
The Bryant branch of the Saline County Library is now offering curbside holds pick-up services along with the Benton location, and both book drops are now open.
More details have been released regarding a baby being surrendered through the Safe Haven Baby Box located at Fire Station No. 3 in Benton.
The city of Benton has scheduled a press conference for Friday regarding a baby being surrendered through the Safe Haven Baby Box located at Fire Station No. 3.
The Benton City Council confirmed the appointment of Baxter Drennon as the new city attorney to replace outgoing attorney Brent Houston during its meeting Tuesday night.
Civitan Services has two golf fundraising events planned for mid-June, Mulligans and Mimosas June 13, and the 24th annual Civitan Services Golf Tournament June 19. Both will be at Longhills Golf Club.
When the recession of 2008 and 2009 hit the country, one local financial adviser realized what his clients needed was less of Wall Street corporate broker and more of an independent adviser who would put their needs first.
EUREKA SPRINGS — An Arkansas play that has been dubbed as the nation’s most-attended outdoor drama prepared to open its season of performances Friday night with strict social-distancing guidelines in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bryant Seniors were honored for their many accomplishments, including a variety of awards and a total of $13.6 million in scholarships during Bryant School District's Virtual Senior Awards Presentation for the Class of 2020.
Saline Health System announced today that it is transitioning from a zero-visitor protocol to limited visitor restrictions as the hospital gradually resumes elective and nonurgent cases and services at its facilities.
A Little Rock man has been charged with manslaughter, a class C felony, in connection to a fatal motor vehicle accident that took the life of a Jacksonville teenager in Saline County in October 2019.
A death investigation is currently underway near Riverside Grocery and Catering off of Highway 5 according to the Saline County Sheriff's Office. No other information is available at this time.
The Central Arkansas Development Council joined with a number of other businesses and organizations to provide emergency food boxes to more than 600 families and individuals Wednesday at the Saline County Fairgrounds.
The Benton Parks and Recreation Department has announced the early opening of the River Center along with an update to its list of reopenings after being shutdown due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
One of the Saline Courier's recently featured hometown heroes lost his home to a fire and the community is rallying around to give back the support he has given to many others.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, one in every five adults in the United States experiences a mental illness along with 17 percent of youth ages 6 to 17.
A woman died in a car crash Sunday around 11:40 a.m., in Saline County, according to a fatal crash summary provided by the Arkansas State Police.
Due to the unknowns surrounding COVID-19 and gatherings of large groups, the Saline County Library will be hosting its 2020 Summer Reading Program online using BeanStack, a virtual Summer Reading website and software.
Joe DuVall, president of the Bauxite Historical Association and Museum, recently announced the unanimous decision of the board to cancel the 39th annual Bauxite Reunion on May 30.
LITTLE ROCK – Degrees and certificates were conferred to 914 graduates of the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences’ five colleges and graduate school this weekend, including many Saline County residents. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, no commencement ceremony was held.
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- Bryant School Board passes additional personnel items
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- 'Your baby is safe'
- Peace rally set for Courthouse sidewalk
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- Mayor Farmer speaks out
- Bryant School Board approves personnel changes
- 'Being black should not be a death sentence'
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