Welcome to the Flyer!
The Fayetteville Flyer is an online news source focusing on professional city government reporting and coverage of local arts and events.
As the city’s sole online-only news and information resource, the Flyer follows a familiar format which includes several sections, much like a printed newspaper or magazine. From the front page, readers can access sections including:
News & Views: Local news, information, public meeting schedules and more
Arts, Events & Life: Concert info, local art openings, music news, etc.
Columns & Features: Book reviews, beer reviews, recipes, giveaways, etc.
Whether looking for a recap of a City Council meeting or to see who is playing in town for happy hour, residents turn to the Fayetteville Flyer, and participate in our growing social network to find out what’s going on in and around Fayetteville.
Who’s in charge?
The Fayetteville Flyer is a publication of Wonderstate Media, LLC which is locally owned and operated by Dustin Bartholomew and Todd Gill. The Flyer’s content is created by Dustin, Todd, and a handful of talented contributors. In 2014, Dustin and Todd partnered with local broker Jay Downing to launch a full-service real estate company called Flyer Homes. Here’s more info about that.
Because of the Flyer’s focus on content specifically relevant to Fayetteville, our readers are more local than any other publication in the area. Our daily visitors are educated and engaged in the local community.
Since launching in 2007, the Flyer has grown to receive over 200,000 pageviews per month making us the fastest-growing website in the area. Sound good? Learn more.
Please patronize our sponsors first, and when you do, it’s really important that the owners or managers know that you saw their message on the Flyer. Please tell them you appreciate their continued support. View a list of our sponsors.
As a locally owned, online source for Fayetteville-specific information on news, events and other interesting things around town, the Fayetteville Flyer should always remember that the more coverage we can provide for our city’s existing culture, the more we’ll encourage its growth and the stronger it will become. The Fayetteville Flyer should be spirited, accurate, and fair, and should provide useful information that gives value to members of our community. Our goal is to celebrate what’s good about Fayetteville – including the peculiarities that make our city uniquely attractive – while occasionally calling attention, thoughtfully, to what can and should be improved. The Fayetteville Flyer should be open to voices from the community, encourage discussion, and strive to create an enjoyable place for both its readers and contributors.
There are several ways to get involved, from leaving comments here on the Flyer to interacting with our community on Facebook. Check out the Get Involved! page for more.