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Crumbl Cookies secures Fayetteville location

Crumbl Cookies secures Fayetteville location

Crumbl Cookies has found a location in Fayetteville and the new store is already in the works.

Megadeth, Mudvayne, All That Remains added to Walmart AMP lineup

Megadeth, Mudvayne, All That Remains added to Walmart AMP lineup

Thrash metal legends Megadeth will bring their Destroy All Enemies tour to NWA this summer with Mudvayne and All That Remains.

Maxine’s to host scholarship fundraiser on May 5

Maxine’s to host scholarship fundraiser on May 5

Maxine’s Tap Room will host a fundraiser for the Maxine Miller Legacy Fund on what would have been Maxine’s 100th birthday next month.

Planners advance rezoning for housing complex between Duncan and Hill avenues

Planners advance rezoning for housing complex between Duncan and Hill avenues

The land includes the full block east of Duncan Avenue, south of Treadwell Street, west of Hill Avenue and north of Putman Street.

Weekly deals & more: Brunch, barbecue, brews, and more

Weekly deals & more: Brunch, barbecue, brews, and more

Sales, specials, deals, discounts, news, and more from the local places that keep the Flyer flying.

George Hinchcliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra, Aubrey Logan Band coming to WAC

George Hinchcliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra, Aubrey Logan Band coming to WAC

George Hinchcliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain and Aubrey Logan Band will perform at the Walton Arts Center in April.

Fayetteville public meetings: April 22-26, 2024

Fayetteville public meetings: April 22-26, 2024

Advertising & Promotion Commission, Planning Commission, Fayetteville Youth Advisory Council, and more.

2nd former Arkansas officer pleads guilty to civil rights charge from violent arrest caught on video

2nd former Arkansas officer pleads guilty to civil rights charge from violent arrest caught on video

A second former officer has pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of a man he repeatedly punched during a violent arrest.

David Pryor, former governor and senator of Arkansas, dies at age 89

David Pryor, former governor and senator of Arkansas, dies at age 89

Pryor died Saturday of natural causes in Little Rock surrounded by family, his son Mark Pryor, said.

Plans submitted for 7-story building on Dickson Street

Plans submitted for 7-story building on Dickson Street

The documents call for a 61,661-square-foot building at 151 W. Dickson St. at the southwest corner of Block Avenue.

Center Street parking lot to close for maintenance

Center Street parking lot to close for maintenance

The lot will be closed to the public, but the alleyway between the lot and the businesses on Block Avenue will remain open, according to a news release.

Adventure Subaru donates over $150,000 to local nonprofits

Adventure Subaru donates over $150,000 to local nonprofits

Adventure Subaru this week donated more than $150,000 in total to two local nonprofits.

Diamond Hogs face Top 20 showdown at South Carolina

Diamond Hogs face Top 20 showdown at South Carolina

The Gamecocks are using a bit of gamesmanship by changing up their pitching strategy this weekend.

Plan coming together for Cal’s first Razorback squad

Plan coming together for Cal’s first Razorback squad

While Cal might not be moving as quickly publicly as some fans hoped, it is clear a plan is coming together for his Razorbacks.

Three very different ‘R’-rated films open in local theaters this weekend

Three very different ‘R’-rated films open in local theaters this weekend

Three movies that usually would be summer-type releases opened today in the middle of April.

Weekend Flyer: Sierra Ferrell, Sawyer Hill, Bazzi, Rico Nasty, Cults, and more

Weekend Flyer: Sierra Ferrell, Sawyer Hill, Bazzi, Rico Nasty, Cults, and more

Live music, performances, community events, and more happening in and around Fayetteville this weekend.

UA to host appearance by actor Dylan Sprouse April 24

UA to host appearance by actor Dylan Sprouse April 24

Actor Dylan Sprouse is set to participate in a moderated Q/A event at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24 at Walton Arts Center.

Arkansas Supreme Court says new DNA testing can be sought in ‘West Memphis 3’ case

Arkansas Supreme Court says new DNA testing can be sought in ‘West Memphis 3’ case

The court said a judge wrongly denied a request for new genetic testing of crime scene evidence from the killing of three boys nearly 30 years ago.

‘Fastest Kid in Fayetteville’ competition to be held during John McDonnell Invitational

‘Fastest Kid in Fayetteville’ competition to be held during John McDonnell Invitational

The UA will host a race called The Fastest Kid in Fayetteville during the John McDonnell Invitational on Friday.

Final five weeks of Diamond Hogs’ SEC season should be interesting

Final five weeks of Diamond Hogs’ SEC season should be interesting

It wasn’t easy, but the No. 2 Razorbacks regained their swagger and panache for winning close ones in their midweek games against Texas Tech.