Residents this week got their first look at the final draft of a master plan for Underwood Park.
Bradley runs My-T-By-Design, a therapeutic art studio that offers both non-clinical art services and licensed mental health counseling.
Water and sewer customers in Fayetteville won’t see much of an increase on their utility bills next year, but rates will eventually rise as normal.
Construction will soon begin on a new east-west trail connection in Fayetteville.
Molly Rawn, the executive director of the city’s Advertising and Promotion Commission, has launched a campaign website, signaling her intent to run for mayor.
City officials are inviting residents to attend a public planning meeting to discuss and review the final draft master plan for Underwood Park.
A&P Commission, Planning Commission, City Council agenda session, Underwood Park Master Plan drop-in, and more.
The John Cusack movie screening and Q&A scheduled for Oct. 29 at Walton Arts Center has been moved to Sunday, Dec. 3.
Residents whose recycling bins aren’t picked up can either wait another week or take their recyclables to a drop-off center.
The Fayetteville City Council on Tuesday approved nine appointments to six of the city’s boards and committees.
A proposal to apply for an affordable housing grant was one vote shy of passing the City Council on Tuesday.
Work will soon begin on a long-awaited project to improve the intersection of Razorback Road and 15th Street in Fayetteville.
Changes to water and sewer rates, raising the compensation cap on water damage claims, applying for a Pro Housing grant from HUD, two rezoning requests and more.
Razorback fans will get their first look at the 2023-24 men’s basketball team at the Red-White Showcase next month.
Environmental Action Committee, City Council, Arts Council, Black Heritage Preservation Commission and more.