Saturday, May. 18, 2013
News, events, weather and more.
News & Views
The Old Crow Medicine Show concert scheduled for May 4 has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 23.
Public meetings scheduled in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Organizers said a new date would soon be announced.
The City Council is still trying to decide whether the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market should be allowed to expand its downtown footprint on Saturday mornings during market season.
Officials said the increased rank can be attributed to improved infrastructure and funding that provide bicycle facilities; education and programs that promote cycling; and passage and enforcement of bicycle safety laws.
Sales tax revenue was up this month in three of the four largest cities in Northwest Arkansas. Only Bentonville reported a drop in collections compared to the same month last year.
News, weather, events, meetings and birthdays.
Drivers can expect slower moving traffic on a portion of North Street this week.
Have you ever considered becoming a volunteer to help out on the city’s expanding trail system?
Arts, Events & Life
We already knew who was set to play the Wakarusa 2013, but we didn’t know exactly when each performance would take place.
Local artist Jason Jones works to begin painting mural on a utility box located on the north side of the downtown square. Photos by Todd Gill, Flyer staff A plan[...]
The spring 2013 Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission funding requests are in and organizers are seeking a total of $261,861 for 16 planned events or projects.
About 100 people gathered on the University of Arkansas campus Tuesday to protest a commercial hog farm planned near a creek that feeds into the scenic Buffalo National River.
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