Two new City Council members and three re-elected officials were sworn in Tuesday night during a brief ceremony held before the start of the first City Council meeting of the year.
Deferring water and sewer rate increases, four ARPA-related funding proposals, changes to public notification for denied conditional use permits, one rezoning request and several property vacation requests.
An upcoming phase of the ongoing overhaul of North College Avenue will include a series of medians, similar to those installed in the downtown Fayetteville area, but with an artistic touch not often seen in typical streetscape design.
The Fayetteville Farmers’ Market isn’t on the square on Saturdays this time of year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some locally grown goodness during the winter months.
City Council Meeting, Urban Forestry Advisory Board, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and a Planning Commission agenda-setting session.
Locals Ben and Monica Roberts will open a franchisee restaurant for a Smokin’ Oak Wood Fired Pizza in the Uptown Apartments + Shops building at 3959 N. Steele Blvd. on Sunday, Jan. 8.
This page tracks the daily COVID-19 statistics for Arkansas, as reported by the state’s Health Department.
The city’s Parks and Recreation department is accepting applications for the 2023 fall youth soccer program through Jan. 31, or until teams are full.
The gym has taken over the sanctuary of what was once Trinity Methodist Church on the Mount Sequoyah Campus for H.I.I.T. workouts, and converted Sunday School rooms and other facilities into yoga rooms, spin studios, cardio rooms, and more.
Officials this week said judging by the amount of applications that have already been submitted, the council may need to appropriate more ARPA money to the program in the coming months.
Arkansas COVID-19 cases increased by 2,990 over the last seven days, according to the Arkansas Department of Health website update on Tuesday.
Temperatures should reach the mid-50s on Wednesday and mid-60s on Thursday, with highs near 60 on Friday and Saturday, forecasters said.
A fire broke out on Christmas morning at a commercial building that’s home to several businesses in downtown Fayetteville.
City Council Agenda Session, Technical Plat Review, Subdivision Committee and more.
Fayetteville trash and recycling customers with curbside pickup service can place up to four extra bags outside their bins to be collected each year.