One Bentonville apartment project OK'd, another tabled

Subscriber onlyA 600-unit apartment complex will be built in an area where it can use existing infrastructure, add density and be close to the parks system, a city planning official said after Tuesday's Planning Commission meeting.

Appointments confirmed for Fayetteville boards

Subscriber only The City Council on Tuesday confirmed a batch of appointees to various boards, committees and commissions.

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.

Group wants to stop Bentonville dam reconstruction

Subscriber onlyOpponents of Bentonville's plan to rebuild the Lake Bella Vista dam on Little Sugar Creek are asking a federal judge to halt the project until their lawsuit can be heard.

Lowell convenience center denied permit by City Council

Subscriber onlyResidents anxious about the possibility of a recycling center can breathe easier.

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Bentonville Film Festival adds new categories

Subscriber only The Bentonville Film Festival will expand its competition to include short films and series content, use new venues and feature a lounge geared toward youth, festival officials announced Wednesday.

Rogers planners hear interstate rezone request

Subscriber only The city's largest undeveloped tract of land along Interstate 49 will have to remain undeveloped at least a little while longer.



7day menu planner

Subscriber onlySUNDAY: For a special family day, slow cooker Beef Burgundy (see recipe) will please everyone. Serve it over egg noodles with green peas, mixed greens and whole-grain bread. For dessert, angel food cake with a dab of chocolate ice cream is easy.


Rainy days call for treks to waterfalls

Subscriber onlyThe silver lining after a heavy rain is the gorgeous waterfalls that pour from rocky nooks and high cliffs across the Ozarks.


Those Dutch elections

Subscriber onlyIt says something about the state of European politics that the Dutch election results are widely seen as cause for celebration. Geert Wilders—a far-right populist who makes Donald Trump look like a cautious centrist—did worse than expected. But he was by no means crushed, and the anger Wilders and his ilk are channeling is still there.


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FedEx earns $562M in 3Q, up 11%

Subscriber onlyIncome and revenue rose during the peak of the Christmas season at FedEx Corp., but higher fuel costs helped keep profit below Wall Street's forecast.