Donate your under-rocked ax to the Fayetteville Public School system.
The Fayetteville chapter of the national organization Drinking Liberally will host an inauguration celebration Tuesday.
The Fayetteville City Council in early 2009 voted unanimously to officially rename Sixth Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The time is here, and Sixth Street is no more. A dedication ceremony last week at the intersection in front of Chick-fil-A at Razorback Road unveiled the new signs that will replace not only the
If you love pizza, Fayetteville’s the place for you. But what if you’re a fan of Indian food?
Show who the money?
The local club on Dickson has been pursuing a private club license to allow them to stop riding on the Jose’s license.
The Ozark Mountain Smokehouse on Dickson St. is closing tomorrow. If you’re surprised by such a short notice, then you’re not alone. “We were surprised too!” reads a sign posted on the front door.
The U of A announced a new program aimed at saving cash by reducing energy consumption.
About 20 people gathered in a protest for peace on the UA campus this morning.
NWA Naturals promotion may scare your sweetheart into liking you.
More trails are in the plans for 2009.
As if the recent bankruptcy of the Tribune Co. wasn’t enough to send shivers down your back…
Arkansas Govenor talks about education, the lottery, economic development, Act 1, and other stuff in the State of the State Address.
Once Upon Dickson author Tony Wappel is seeking photographs of Highway 71B.
The Flyer was weird yesterday. Today, it’s awesome again.