The 13th century Scottish-inspired fortress was built in 2008 to recreate the feel and ambience of a luxury home from a bygone era.
A new trail connector will provide a safer path to the greenway for nearly 2,000 residences in the north central part of town.
In just a nine-game sample, the Arkansas Razorbacks have had some incredible ups so far this season and some depressive lows.
Local organizations Second Helping, in association with Light House Solutions, My T By Design and Wood Stone will host their fourth annual Toy Drive now through around Dec. 22.
Committing funding for the Futrall Drive railroad crossing, reaffirming support for the 71B Corridor Plan, a grant to hire social workers for the Police Department, and more.
A meeting is scheduled from 6:15-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at Holcomb Elementary School.
Here’s a roundup of local holiday arts and craft markets coming up in Fayetteville.
A sushi restaurant chain with a rock n’ roll atmosphere is planning to open in Fayetteville soon.
Fayetteville this year was awarded LEED Gold certification, making it the only city in Arkansas to achieve the designation.
Griffin says proposed amendment needs more clarity; ballot question committee pledges to work on a revised proposal.
A Fayetteville-based record label will highlight a talented group of local and regional musicians at a two-day holiday showcase event coming up in Fayetteville next weekend.
A public meeting is scheduled for Dec. 6 at the Fayetteville Public Library to share the results of a recent review of the proposal.
Sales, specials, deals, discounts, and more from the local places that keep the Flyer flying.
The John Cusack movie screening and Q&A scheduled for Dec. 3 at Walton Arts Center has been canceled due to scheduling conflicts.
A longtime local photographer who is known nationally for his portrait work has unearthed a lost selection of Fayetteville street photography.