The annual Wampus Wonderland holiday craft show will return to Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville next month.
City of Fayetteville offices will close on both Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24-25 for Thanksgiving, but trash and recycling pickups will still occur before the week is over.
Environmental Action Committee, Planning Commission agenda session, police officer interviews and a bid opening
The Arkansas Department of Transportation is asking for feedback about an upcoming project to widen a 4-mile stretch of Arkansas Highway 112 from Howard Nickel Road in Fayetteville to just south of U.S. Highway 412 in Tontitown.
Officials are asking residents to provide feedback on a draft of a park system master plan, which will set the vision and guide the city’s efforts over the next 10 years.
It’s the first phase of the project, which began in March 2021 as part of a longterm plan to provide a direct connection from Joyce Boulevard to the Fulbright Expressway and Interstate 49.
The Arkansas men’s and women’s basketball teams this week each signed an ESPN 5-star recruit for the 2023 class.
Appealing a cluster housing development, approving the 2023 budget, appealing two rejected short-term rental permits, and approving two subrecipient agreements for ARPA funds.
Officials are ready to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the Sain Street extension project. The next phase of the project will connect Sain Street to Hemlock Avenue, which intersects with East Millsap Road.
The parade will begin on Block Avenue at Spring Street and will travel south towards the square where it will circle back along East Avenue.
Residents in Fayetteville should expect to see snowfall Monday evening, according to the National Weather Service in Tulsa.
Foreigner fans will have one last opportunity to catch the band before they officially call it quits.
The list of vacancies includes seats on the Black Heritage Preservation Commission, Environmental Action Committee, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and 11 more.
Marshalltown this month broke ground on a 51,000-square-foot expansion of its facility on Armstrong Avenue in Fayetteville.
Planning Commission, City Council, Fayetteville Arts Council, Black Heritage Preservation Commission and more.