We don’t have to look into a crystal ball to see that 2010 is going to be another interesting year in Fayetteville.
Arkansas’ 5 game winning streak came to a close last night, as the Baylor Bears beat the Hogs 70-47.
We dug deep and found over 17 options for this evening.
Public meetings for Thursday, December 31, 2009.
Still looking for options on New Year’s Eve? Local540’s got you covered. Happy New Year, everyone.
NWAonline’s Lana Flowers reports that the El Chico restaurant in Fayetteville closed Monday night (Dec. 28, 2009).
The company members of the musical have teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of Washington County to help build a house next Thursday, Jan. 7, at 2608 S. Haddon Avenue in Fayetteville.
Arkansa- produced short video “Dwight David Honeycutt for Conway School Board” goes viral.
Public meetings for Wednesday, December 30, 2009.
KNWA is reporting that a Fayetteville man was arrested after firing a gun inside his home and then barricading himself inside.
Public meetings for Tuesday, December 29, 2009.
In the end, it’s still that hollow musical that came out in the early eighties. It’s fun, it’s enjoyable and it’s beautiful. But at best, it’s more like a 6 or a 6.5.
It’s another slow week in Fayetteville so once again, we’ve combined a few to-do days into one.
The stockings have been emptied, all the presents have been unwrapped, and for the most part, the food coma we all put ourselves in over Christmas has subsided. Now, it’s time to get rid of that Christmas tree.
Last night was Christmas, so there wasn’t much of anything going on in town, but tonight, there are a few options for those of you who feeling a little stir crazy.
According to Roger Valdez, general manager for the restaurant, Osegueras hopes to open in their new location as early as next week.
The city has recently refined two programs that may make it easier for businesses to get in on the recycling action.
Arkansas won its fifth straight game Wednesday night, handing previously undefeated Missouri State its first loss of the season in overtime 66-62.
If you could somehow suspend your sense of grown-up reality for a moment, and recapture the innocence embodied in the letters to Santa that you wrote a kid, what would be your Christmas wish for Fayetteville?