In the midst of all the ugliness and uncertainty of the football and basketball programs, there is a beacon of light for Hog fans — Razorback baseball.
Stearns Street extension, buying land for a railroad crossing closure, approving an urban forestry plan, changes to the ORA rules, and more.
Missouri-based frozen dessert chain Andy’s Frozen Custard has a new location in the works at 272 E. Joyce Boulevard, in the building formerly home to Boss Man Tacos.
A new one-day music festival featuring several local bands, food trucks, yoga, and more is coming to Fayetteville this spring.
The Downtown Springdale Alliance has announced its calendar of events for 2024, covering a wide range of interests and activities for all ages.
The annual program recognizes businesses, nonprofits, and individuals who demonstrate excellence in sustainable practices, programs, or projects.
A host of local restaurants will offer specials, deals, prix fixe meals, and more as part of Fayetteville Restaurant Week, coming up later this month.
The Momentary will focus on three photography-centric exhibits in 2024, including Kristine Potter: Dark Waters; Awol Erizku: Mystic Parallax, and Pets in Contemporary Photography.
Jordan said in a city like Fayetteville, it’s important to strike a balance between progress and preservation.
The vision for where the next generation of students will go to school in Fayetteville and what new facilities are needed became a little more clear this month.
Nominations for the next round of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame are open through the end of February.
The decision came after classes were canceled for seven snow days. The change allows the semester to end as previously planned on May 24.
City crews will close North between College Avenue and Mission Boulevard for two days.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has announced their lineup of traveling exhibitions coming to the museum in 2024.
Supporters can begin gathering signatures for a proposed ballot measure that would scale back the state’s abortion ban.