It will be at least another two weeks before a decision is made on whether to connect the two dead ends on both sides of East Stearns Street.
The University of Arkansas will receive to $5 million for the continued development of an AI-driven food supply chain platform.
The purchase is part of a new railroad crossing project that requires closure of a nearby crossing.
Officers were called to 3130 E. Huntsville Road shortly after 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7 after receiving a report of a shooting incident.
The project will investigate the impact of university jazz programs on the broader musical and cultural landscapes in three U.S. cities.
The city will host four spring bulky waste cleanup events in March, April and May in 2024.
Officials are looking to fill 19 positions on 11 of the city’s boards, commissions and committees.
A new drive-thru coffee shop has opened in west Fayetteville.
Hungry travelers can now order up a taste of Fayetteville when making their way through the Northwest Arkansas National Airport.
Stearns Street extension, buying land for a railroad crossing closure, approving an urban forestry plan, changes to the ORA rules, and more.
Parks Board, City Council Meeting, Urban Forestry Advisory Board, Friends of YRCC, Historic District Commission and more.
A magnitude 5.1 earthquake with an epicenter in Prague, Oklahoma just east of Oklahoma City was felt in Fayetteville and much of the rest of the region on Friday night
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.
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.