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Open space project approved for Rogers

Subscriber only The first open space project is coming to Northwest Arkansas through a grant agreement between the Walton Family Foundation and the city. Continue reading...

Rogers firefighters train counterparts from Saudi Arabia

Subscriber only A group of Saudi Arabian firefighters learned to fight fires the American way during a six-month stay in the city. Continue reading...

Rogers draws foundations, religious organizations, baseball players to city

Subscriber onlySeveral religious conferences, a Walmart meeting, a baseball championship and an educational conference are in the works for the city in coming months. Continue reading...

Rogers residents on Stoney Brook oppose new development

Subscriber onlyPlans for apartment complex Pinnacle Lofts were approved by the Planning Commission on Tuesday night much to the chagrin of neighbors. Continue reading...

Rogers Police awarded money for child safety seats, road safety measures

Subscriber onlyPolicemen will have more opportunity to make road safety a priority with help from the Selective Traffic Enforcement Project. Continue reading...

Bentonville Emergency Preparedness Fair readies families for disaster

Subscriber only If disaster strikes, would your family be ready? Continue reading...

Rogers officials hope to draw developers for mixed-use projects

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- There's a reason the city's downtown is thriving with new businesses and revitalized activity. Continue reading...

Rogers Pinnacle residents to gain unwanted neighbor in apartment complex

Subscriber onlyA high-density apartment complex will come to South Champions Drive to the dismay of Pinnacle residents. Continue reading...

Lowell residents' comments give manufactured home developer pause

Subscriber onlyLOWELL -- Residents could be facing another manufactured home neighborhood in the heart of the city even after expressing their concerns to the city. Continue reading...

Lease makes way for reflective space for patients, families

Subscriber onlyROGERS — The Rev. Pamela Cicioni and Dr. J. Thaddeus Beck both lost loved ones to cancer over the course of a couple weeks in 2016. Continue reading...

Rogers to receive FEMA dollars for repair, improvement to Lake Atalanta

Subscriber onlyLake Atalanta will be safeguarded from future flooding once repairs are made with federal money, Mayor Greg Hines said during a City Council meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading...

Fire fees for areas surrounding Lowell city limits likely to increase

Subscriber onlyLOWELL -- Fees for fire department services outside the city limits may increase soon. Continue reading...

State declares end to mumps outbreak

After 2,954 cases, last was logged in July

Subscriber onlyThe statewide mumps outbreak is over, according to the Arkansas Department of Health. Continue reading...

Department of Health: Arkansas mumps free

Subscriber onlyThe statewide mumps outbreak is over, according to the Arkansas Department of Health. Continue reading...

Rogers bringing a 1940s building back to life

Subscriber onlyROGERS-- Visible changes now reflect the restoration progress on the Hailey Ford building and members of the Rogers Historical Museum Commission say the end of the project is in sight. Continue reading...