Growing Corning Together will meet Friday July 19 at the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center to discuss upcoming projects.
The crew at Taylor Watermelons work to get melons boxed for delivery.
A group of 11 young people in grades 7 - 12 from local churches recently discovered what it means to serve as they worked together to assist homeowners with needed renovations while learning about Christ.
Currently 180 senior centers in Arkansas and approximately over 36,000 seniors are waiting on Governor Asa Hutchinson to release 2.5 million dollars from his Rainy Day Fund to support senior centers across the state. State Rep. Joe Jett – (R), said based on what he knows right now, “I think it’s got to come out of subcommittee of Arkansas Legislative Council (ALC), get voted on and then go in front of ALC committee as a whole.
The City of Corning, in partnership with the Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Authority, has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to combat persistent flooding and drainage issues.