The City Council has agreed to triple the funding for Fayetteville’s childcare assistance program.
The folks behind the Fayetteville Roots Festival have a new project in the works in downtown Fayetteville.
The list of vacancies includes seats on the Advertising and Promotion Commission, Black Heritage Preservation Commission, Fayetteville Arts Council, Planning Commission and nine more.
Opponents of the legislation said the amended version is an improvement over the original proposal that specifically targeted drag shows.
A nearly-vegetarian restaurant and juice bar with two locations in New Orleans is set to soon expand to Fayetteville.
Sales, specials, deals, discounts, and more from the local places that keep the Flyer alive.
The annual observance aims to introduce racial healing to a broader audience and to inspire people to work towards racial equity in their communities.
Jalen Graham came off the bench and sank 8 of 10 shots from the floor for the Razorbacks, who earned their first true road win of the season.
A movie filmed in and around Fayetteville will debut in 200 theaters across the country this weekend.
A six-year-old plan to add a splash pad in east Fayetteville is back on schedule. The work was set to begin in 2020, but was put on hold due to the pandemic.
For years, readers have been asking us how they can help support our work here at the Flyer. Today, we finally have an answer.
The bill defines a drag show as someone singing, lip-synching, dancing or performing before an audience of at least two people while exhibiting a gender identity different from their gender at birth.
A local coffee shop and cafe this week opened a new location on the University of Arkansas campus.
The School District has put a hold on its plan to redraw the lines for its middle school zones for at least another school year.
Walmart AMP officials have added four more concerts to the 2023 lineup in the past few days.