Forrest City

Forrest City,

city (1990 pop. 13,364), seat of St. Francis co., E central Ark., at the foot of Crowley's Ridge; inc. 1871. It is a rail and trade center in an agricultural (cotton, rice, vegetables, peaches) area. There is also diversified manufacturing.
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Bea had been an inspector at Forrest City and Country Set Garment Factory.
Another company from Shandong, the eastern coastal province where Confucius was born, announced plans in May to take over a vast former Sanyo television factory in Forrest City.
Forrest City School District strongly encourages the participation of minority business enterprises.
Some of Core-Mark's growth can be attributed to its acquisition of Forrest City Grocery Co.
US fresh and supply solutions marketer Core-Mark Holding Co (NASDAQ:CORE) on Tuesday said in a press release it has agreed to purchase domestic wholesale food and tobacco distributor Forrest City Grocery Co (FCGC) for USD73m (EUR51.
HOPE and ECD have offices in College Station and West Memphis, as well as loan production offices in Forrest City, Little Rock, and Stuttgart.
The entrance to the space incorporates a 50 ft frontage on Beckman Street directly opposite the new 70 story Beekman Tower currently under construction by Forrest City Enterprises.
Program and registry attendants were Cara Patterson of Forrest City, Arkansas, and Elise Jordan of Holly Springs.
There's a lot of land-banking and speculation purchase along these corridors because investors know agencies or private developers will look at that parcel to make a development really work,'' said Katherine Perez, vice president of residential development at Forrest City Enterprises in Cleveland and the former director of the Transportation and Land Use Collaborative of Southern California.
Nurse Palmer maintained that she did not remember Nurse Davis telling her about receiving an injury at any time on that date, including during the ride home from Memphis to Forrest City.
Federal Correctional Institution, Forrest City, Arkansas)