A former City Council member who was appointed to the Walton Arts Center Council seven months ago has yet to be seated on the board.
The University of Arkansas’ student-run record label, Hill Records will offer music industry marketing and promotion assistance to Arkansas artists.
Officials on Tuesday held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new 7-story hotel in south Fayetteville.
The investment is part of a plan for rapid expansion across the U.S.
The legendary Pixies will perform at the Walmart AMP this year alongside Modest Mouse and Cat Power, the venue announced today.
Fayetteville officials have suspended trash and recycling pickup after snowy weather led to slick roads across the region.
Fayetteville Farmers’ Market vendors will set up shop indoors for the next few months at the Fayetteville Senior Activity and Wellness Center.
As we reflect upon our 16-year anniversary this month, we’ve uncovered lots of photos from our early days. Here are some photos taken on Dickson Street in 2008.
The developers of a planned student apartment complex will have to find another solution for how to provide enough parking for their future tenants.
Registration is open for the city’s spring youth soccer program in Fayetteville.
The 13th century Scottish-inspired fortress was built in 2008 to recreate the feel and ambience of a luxury home from a bygone era.
Crews in September replaced the railroad track crossing in preparation for the project, and now construction crews are scheduled to officially begin work.
Live music, performances, and community events happening in and around Fayetteville this weekend.
Playing without leading scorer Tramon Mark, the Razorbacks snapped a two-game skid before a capacity crowd of 20,344 — a record at Bud Walton Arena.
An old pump station building has become a canvas for creative expression in central Fayetteville.