From the Flyer
A large turnout is expected for tomorrow’s anti-discrimination vote, so City Council members are considering moving the meeting to a larger venue.
Here’s a recap of nine restaurants that are open, or will soon open in Fayetteville.
A police memorial honoring officers who were killed in the line of duty was recently replaced in front of the Fayetteville Police Department.
Here’s the full list of public meetings scheduled in Fayetteville this week.
We recently sat down for an interview local band Smokey & The Mirror, a group that are true ambassadors for the Fayetteville roots scene.
From our sponsors
Some burrito places don’t even have queso. Flying Burrito Co. has two different kinds.
Lucky Luke’s BBQ now has 10 beers on draft to choose from. Stop by for 59¢ wing night on Wednesday.
Riffraff just launched their biggest ever Game Day collection, just in time for the new football season.
From the UA
A pep rally is scheduled next week for University of Arkansas freshmen next week Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
UA undergrads in the Honors College Path Program will be eligible for a new scholarship, thanks to a $250,000 donation donation from a Fayetteville couple.
|4 p.m.||Public Library Board of Trustees (agenda)||Fayetteville Public Library, Henry Room|
|5:30 p.m.||Environmental Action Committee *||City Hall, Room 326|
|6:30 p.m.||Special City Council Meeting (agenda)||City Hall, Room 219|
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