The parking lot just west of Lake Fayetteville was closed this week to allow for construction related to the city’s renovations of the nearby softball complex.
Construction has begun on a new east-west trail connection as part of the final phase of the Midtown Corridor Project.
Stafford defeated challengers Katy Sager, David Phillips, and S. Robert Smith to take over the Ward 1 seat left vacant by Sonia Harvey.
Here’s what we know about several places that have opened, closed, or plan to open soon in Fayetteville.
Voting centers include Cornerstone Church of Christ, Genesis Church, and the Yvonne Richardson Community Center.
Planning Commission, City Council Agenda Session, Fayetteville Arts Council, Black Heritage Preservation Commission and more.
Fayetteville Public Schools are seeking input on from parents and other stakeholders in the community to help make decisions on future redistricting and other issues.
The new deck replaces the longtime surface-level parking lot across the street, which is set to be redeveloped into a new public park.
Flyway Brewing officially opened today (Wednesday, Nov. 8) at 1550 E Zion Rd, in the building formerly home to Apple Blossom Brewing.
The City Council approved a rezoning request for one of the buildings on the mountaintop campus to allow for third-party commercial use.
A plan to build a seven-story hotel across from the Walton Arts Center has cleared another hurdle.
A taco restaurant that has served Fayetteville for three decades has been closed recently, but a sign indicates it will reopen soon.
The Fayetteville Flyer wants to help you get to know your Ward 1 candidates for City Council.
A land sale agreement for a new downtown hotel, rezoning a building on Mount Sequoyah, property vacations for a new apartment complex on Center Street, and more.
The election will decide who will fill the Ward 1 vacancy left after council member Sonia Harvey resigned in June.