A person was found dead outside Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA) on Wednesday. The body was discovered inside a parked vehicle in one of the airport’s parking lots Wednesday morning, according to a statement from an airport spokesperson. The individual was reported missing earlier in the day, the statement read. The Benton County Coroner’s office
A 75-year Springdale restaurant that closed earlier this year is set to reopen under new ownership.
Bikes, Blues & BBQ rolls in to Rogers and Eureka Springs on Wednesday, Sept. 20 and will run through Saturday, Sept. 23 this year.
A Northwest Arkansas school district will further consider a proposal to build affordable housing for teachers this month following initial approval of the project by Arkansas’ attorney general on Tuesday.
Silver Dollar City this week announced plans to build a new Fire In The Hole roller coaster that will open in spring 2024.
The collaboration was part of the annual Fresh Start: BackPacks for Kids initiative, which aims to equip students with the tools they need to succeed at school.
The cafe will also serve breakfast, pastries and lunch alongside house-made ice creams and a small offering of natural wines.
Football fans looking to call the Hogs at some away games this season have a few options for flights that aren’t usually available.
The Americana-themed park is planned near Vinita off Route 66, about 100 miles from Fayetteville.
The company’s deal to purchase land in Lowell for their first NWA location has fallen through, according to a report.
Northwest Arkansas National Airport this month will introduce a guest pass program and a new robotic coffee bar, all while preparing for a major expansion project
After operating for 11 years, Siloam Springs restaurant 28 Springs has permanently closed.
The new feature is a meditation platform and bench seating area at the summit of the staircase, which gives walkers and runners a designated place to rest and enjoy the scenic surroundings.
Bentonville has been chosen as one of the 50 markets in the United States where “Picklemall” plans to expand its operations within the next two years.
The New York-based eyewear retailer unveiled its newest location at Pinnacle Hills Promenade in Rogers on Saturday, May 20.