Public meetings for Thursday, December 17, 2009.
In the last meeting before the holidays, the Fayetteville City Council went through a sundry list of new business items.
With the possibility of a lengthy litigation process in store, Bartholomew says Campus Crest is no longer interested in the property.
Public meetings for Wednesday, December 16, 2009.
When we arrived, workers from Ken’s Signs were removing the T.G.I. Friday’s signs from the exterior of the building.
Mayor Jordan held the final town hall meeting of the year in Ward One. City officials from several departments reviewed the news around the city.
Police believe that a woman who was run over by a vehicle Sunday had already been the victim of a hit-and-run accident.
Bikes, Blues & BBQ announced the appointment of Keith Ekenseair, CPA to its board or directors on Monday.
KFSM is reporting that a University of Arkansas student is being accused of videotaping other students in the shower in the honors dorm on campus.
In an article about Opal Fly’s Feel Good Lounge published on Dec 14, we mistakenly listed the address at 40 W. Center St. It’s will actually be at 40 E. Center.
Public meetings for Tuesday, December 15, 2009.
What do you get when you combine a live music venue, a late-night dance club, a massage clinic, a smoothie bar, a retail store, and a yoga, drum & dance studio all under one roof?
Beginning today, 50,000 reusable shopping bags will be distributed free to shoppers in Fayetteville.
Cash 3 is the lottery’s first in-state draw game using random number generators. Cash 4 is expected to arrive sometime in 2010.
The Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce announce new sustainability program for Northwest Arkansas businesses.