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Fayetteville Public Schools to modify bell schedule for 2024-25 school year

Fayetteville Public Schools to modify bell schedule for 2024-25 school year

The new schedule also adds 15 minutes to the length of the school day for grades 5-12.

Fayetteville seeks public input on 71B Corridor rezoning

Fayetteville seeks public input on 71B Corridor rezoning

The city is inviting residents to participate in a series of public input meetings regarding planned rezoning efforts along the 71B corridor.

FLYER Q&A: Harmonizing art and music with Sam King of Untight

FLYER Q&A: Harmonizing art and music with Sam King of Untight

If you’re a live music enthusiast you’ve probably caught Sam King in one of the many bands he’s played in or experienced a show he’s put together at Lalaland.

City Council snapshot: May 21, 2024

City Council snapshot: May 21, 2024

A concise overview of the business discussed in the previous evening’s meeting for those seeking a quick understanding of the key points covered.

Washington County Master Gardeners to host Garden Gate Tour June 8

Washington County Master Gardeners to host Garden Gate Tour June 8

A group of gardening enthusiasts will host a self-guided tour of some great local gardens around the region next month.

Fayetteville plans outdoor movie series at two parks this summer

Fayetteville plans outdoor movie series at two parks this summer

The screenings are free and open to the public, and attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs, and picnic baskets.

Xuma Kitchens restaurant to close in Fayetteville

Xuma Kitchens restaurant to close in Fayetteville

A restaurant that has served Mexican cuisine and brunch items just off the Fayetteville square for several years will close their doors this week.

Diamond Hogs play waiting game at SEC Tournament

Diamond Hogs play waiting game at SEC Tournament

Whatever happens in the SEC Tournament, it’s just an appetizer for the main course, which begins next week with Regional play.

Fayetteville to consider new stormwater utility fee

Fayetteville to consider new stormwater utility fee

City staff are proposing the creation of a dedicated funding mechanism for stormwater management through a new utility fee.

Fayetteville City Council recap: May 21, 2024

Fayetteville City Council recap: May 21, 2024

Creating a new stormwater utility fee, appropriating funds for recommendations from the Housing Crisis Task Force, vacating an easement for a new 7-story building on Dickson Street, and more.

Singer, actor Kristin Chenoweth to perform at Walton Arts Center

Singer, actor Kristin Chenoweth to perform at Walton Arts Center

An Emmy and Tony award-winning actress and singer will perform at Walton Arts Center this winter.

Weekly deals & more: Pop-ups, concert tailgates, mojitos, and more

Weekly deals & more: Pop-ups, concert tailgates, mojitos, and more

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

USL Arkansas plans under-20 boys soccer team

USL Arkansas plans under-20 boys soccer team

A new program to develop and keep local soccer talent in the area is set to debut later this year.

Fayetteville public meetings: May 20-24, 2024

Fayetteville public meetings: May 20-24, 2024

Advertising & Promotion Commission, Public Library Board of Trustees, Environmental Action Committee, City Council and more.

More lane closures planned for North Street corridor work

More lane closures planned for North Street corridor work

The city will close a section of the westbound lane on North Street to make way for new sidewalks and street improvements as part of the North Street Corridor project.

Arkansas Supreme Court upholds 2021 voting restrictions that state judge found unconstitutional

Arkansas Supreme Court upholds 2021 voting restrictions that state judge found unconstitutional

The court upheld four voting restrictions that were struck down by a state judge as unconstitutional.

Diamond Hogs come up just short to Aggies in extra innings

Diamond Hogs come up just short to Aggies in extra innings

The pitching-duel loss was a tough one to swallow, considering Arkansas starter Hagen Smith set a school record for strikeouts.

Review: ‘IF’ underwhelms as a heart-tugging kids fantasy

Review: ‘IF’ underwhelms as a heart-tugging kids fantasy

The film features a who’s who voice cast, and is about adults reconnecting with their abandoned imaginary friends.

Crystal Bridges and the Momentary name Lela Davidson as new chief operating officer

Crystal Bridges and the Momentary name Lela Davidson as new chief operating officer

Davidson was promoted from her previous position as the museum’s business innovation officer.

Grand opening postponed for WOKA trails in Siloam Springs

Grand opening postponed for WOKA trails in Siloam Springs

A grand opening celebration of the WOKA Trail System has been postponed due to wet weather.