For the first time in Saline County history, the county court system held a hearing by teleconference due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saline County Judge Jeff Arey has extended limited access to the Saline County Courthouse and other county facilities until April 20.
In a letter sent to parents and student of Benton Junior High School, Principal Chad Pitts has outlined the plans to continue education while students remain out of school.
The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management has issued a call for blood donors after seeing a drastic reduction in donations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the current COVID-10 pandemic and the recommendations of the White House and the Center for Disease Control, county and city officials have issued a joint statement encouraging families to practice strict social distancing and to cancel travel plans.
Benton Utilities is closing it’s doors to the public, effective today, in response to COVID-19 and in order to keep employees safe while still providing electric, water and wastewater services.
Bryant Alderman RJ Hawk is asking for a recount after losing the GOP primary for the District 31 seat in the Arkansas House of Representatives to Keith Brooks by just 27 votes during Tuesday's primary election.
Saline County resident Tony Furman defeated Marietta McClure for the Republication nomination for the District 28 Arkansas House of Representatives seat.
Saline County Judge Jeff Arey and members of the Saline County Quorum Court honored longtime Saline County Extension Office CEA Staff Chair Ron Matlock for his years of service to the county during Monday night’s meeting of the Quorum Court's Finance Committee.
The Benton School Board has approved a new certified and classified salary schedule after a presentation by Assistant Superintendent Dr. Larry Smith and a lengthy discussion Wednesday.
The Pulaski County Circuit Court ruled Wednesday that Arkansas House of Representatives candidate Marietta McClure is a resident of District 28 in Saline County and can continue her candidacy in the primary race.
CenterPoint Energy will be replacing gas pipes in Benton this week in a project aimed at replacing existing natural gas pipes including both mains and service lines.
Saline County District Judge Josh Newton set a $1 million bond for a Sherwood man facing charges of kidnapping, battery, aggravated assault and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The Arkansas State Police has arrested a 20-year-old Benton man on charges of class B felony negligent homicide, class B felony reckless driving and driving under the influence as part of the investigation into a deadly crash that killed an Alexander woman early Thanksgiving Day in Bryant.
A group of Saline County residents brought their frustrations and complaints to the Saline County Quorum Court on Tuesday, asking for help in silencing a neighbor alleged to be using fireworks and Tannerite on a nightly basis.
The UA-Little Rock Benton Campus Advisory Board has passed two resolutions that it will pass on to the UA-Little Rock Board of Trustees as the academic institution decides what to do with the buildings and property in the wake of the campus’ closure.
Staff members of the Bryant Chick-fil-A celebrated an incredible milestone on Monday when they hit a sales goal for the year 2019 that earned them the honor of being named a Symbol of Success store.
After weeks of rumors concerning the closure of the Benton campus of UA-Little Rock, the school has now officially announced the fate of the campus.
UA Little Rock has officially announced the closure of the Benton Campus following the Spring 2020 semester. See today's edition of The Saline Courier for full details and follow us on Facebook for a link to the full story which will be posted later today.
During a meeting of the UA-Little Rock Benton Advisory Board on Thursday, board members stated that they have been notified that the campus will close in June of 2020
The Benton School District Athletic Department is warning local residents and businesses about an individual representing himself as a fundraising sponsorship group for Benton High School Football.
The City of Benton will host the inaugural Burt Reynolds Celebration on Dec. 2 and 3 featuring cars from "Smokey and the Bandit" and "White Lightning."
In an emotional morning of victim impact statements, family members of Dr. Stanley Kaiser took to the stand in Saline County Circuit Judge Grisham Phillips' courtroom to share their thoughts during the sentencing hearing for their loved one's murderer.
According Saline County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Lt. Joe Traylor, the mother of Louie Schneider, a terminally ill Saline County boy, is currently under investigation.
The Benton High School volleyball team was honored Monday night with a Panther Pride Award from the Benton School Board for their success during the 2019 season.
- Bryant to continue AMI plans
- Coffee with the Mayor goes virtual
- Civitan paint party goes virtual
- Hutchinson: Deaths at 7 in state; $45M more to purchase PPE
- County court makes history with 1st teleconference hearing
- Judge Arey extends limited access policies to courthouse, county offices
- Court appearances rescheduled
- Benton Junior High makes assignment plans
- COVID-19 cases rise to 5 in Saline County
- Benton man charged with rape, other felonies
- Little Rock curfew changed to 9 p.m., mayor says
- Benton police arrest 1 in connection to shooting inside McDonald's near Alcoa Road
- Additional case confirmed in county; 6th death reported in state
- Tornado destroys parts of Jonesboro
- Benton prom, graduation postponed
- Pharmacist: follow doctor's orders when treating COVID-19
- Directive to limit gatherings, special session to begin Thursday
- Update: Benton Police respond to shooting at McDonalds
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