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Fayetteville City Council preview: April 16, 2024

Fayetteville City Council preview: April 16, 2024

Funding for the West Transmission Waterline project, increasing the cap on alcohol permit fees, hiring a full-time housing coordinator and more.

Audit says Arkansas governor’s office potentially violated laws with $19,000 lectern purchase

Audit says Arkansas governor’s office potentially violated laws with $19,000 lectern purchase

Legislative auditors referred their findings to local prosecutors and the attorney general.

Weekly deals & more: More spring menus, summer camp, pretzel towers, and more

Weekly deals & more: More spring menus, summer camp, pretzel towers, and more

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

Overnight roof fire leads to temporary closure of Fayetteville Public Library

Overnight roof fire leads to temporary closure of Fayetteville Public Library

A small fire broke out on the roof, but was quickly contained and extinguished.

Fayetteville public meetings: April 15-19, 2024

Fayetteville public meetings: April 15-19, 2024

Public Library Board of Trustees, City Council, Arts Council, Airport Board and more.

City to host cleanup event, tree giveaway April 20 in honor of Earth Day

City to host cleanup event, tree giveaway April 20 in honor of Earth Day

The City of Fayetteville will celebrate Earth Day with a community-wide clean up and tree giveaway event, officials announced this week.

Sponsored Here’s a house and a condo, both for sale right now in Fayetteville

Here’s a house and a condo, both for sale right now in Fayetteville

Flyer Homes has listed two more homes for sale in Fayetteville this week.

Downtown bike racing returns to Springdale this month

Downtown bike racing returns to Springdale this month

A spectator-friendly bike racing series will return to downtown Springdale for another season this month.

Fayetteville to close Centennial Park trails for Ragnar relay race

Fayetteville to close Centennial Park trails for Ragnar relay race

Several trails at Centennial Park will be closed to the public next week to allow for hosting of the inaugural Ragnar Trail Arkansas race.

Review: Well-crafted ‘Civil War’ falters at its climax

Review: Well-crafted ‘Civil War’ falters at its climax

There is much to admire in Garland’s film, but I can definitely understand the mixed reaction the movie is receiving.

Fayetteville seeks applicants for housing crisis task force

Fayetteville seeks applicants for housing crisis task force

Fayetteville residents who are interested in serving on the city’s new housing crisis task force have until the end of the month to apply.

Weekend Flyer: Spring game, VoiceJam, Smokey & The Mirror and more

Weekend Flyer: Spring game, VoiceJam, Smokey & The Mirror and more

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

First Thursday Fayetteville to return May 2

First Thursday Fayetteville to return May 2

Experience Fayetteville, who organize the event, this week announced the series is set to kick off on Thursday, May 2 this year.

Dickson Street Bookshop owner Don Choffel has died

Dickson Street Bookshop owner Don Choffel has died

Don Choffel, Dickson Street icon and owner of beloved store Dickson Street Bookshop, has died, according to a post on the store’s Instagram account. He was 90 years old.

North Street corridor work to begin, lane closure coming

North Street corridor work to begin, lane closure coming

Improvements to the North Street corridor are set to begin this month.

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders urges lawmakers to pass budget as session kicks off

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders urges lawmakers to pass budget as session kicks off

Nearly all of the $109 million spending increase in Sanders’ proposed budget is related to a law she signed that created a new school voucher program.

Calipari seeks to duplicate his winning touch at Arkansas

Calipari seeks to duplicate his winning touch at Arkansas

Arkansas’ splash hire of John Calipari still feels a bit like a fever dream the morning after his coronation.

Spring Square to Square bike ride set for May 4

Spring Square to Square bike ride set for May 4

The upcoming spring event features a 30-mile trip that travels from Fayetteville to Bentonville on the Razorback Greenway.

Trout Fishing in America, Noah Richmond’s Little Monster, more to play new Fayetteville Strawberry Festival

Trout Fishing in America, Noah Richmond’s Little Monster, more to play new Fayetteville Strawberry Festival

Downtown Fayetteville Coalition’s new Fayetteville Strawberry Festival is coming to the Fayetteville Square area on Sunday, May 19.

Audit on Arkansas governor’s $19,000 lectern to be released within next 10 days, lawmaker says

Audit on Arkansas governor’s $19,000 lectern to be released within next 10 days, lawmaker says

Sanders has dismissed questions about the lectern as a ‘manufactured controversy,’ and the item has not been seen at her public events.