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Multifamily market remains strong

Subscriber onlyEnrollment growth at the University of Arkansas and an overall increase in Northwest Arkansas' population prompted construction of several new apartment complexes in recent years. Continue reading...

Hogeye Marathon to slow traffic in Fayetteville on Sunday

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Drivers should expect traffic delays throughout the city Sunday as nearly 2,000 runners participate in the annual Hogeye Marathon & Relays. Continue reading...

Fayetteville to readdress Hill Avenue

Changes a headache for homeowners, tenants

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Mail delivery, driver's licenses and voter registration are just some of the ways people are inextricably linked to their street addresses. Continue reading...

Fayetteville regional park gets underway

Long-awaited project to add ballfields, includes open space

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The city's field of dreams is becoming a reality. Continue reading...

Fayetteville City Council delays action on referendum rules

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- City Council members will wait on pending state legislation before deciding whether to create new rules for local initiatives and referendums. Continue reading...

Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission commits money to Bike Month

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The city's Sustainability and Resilience Department plans to use $2,230 from the Advertising and Promotion Commission to help encourage people to ride their bicycles during the month of May. Continue reading...

Fayetteville to update bicycle, pedestrian plan

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The majority of residents live within a half-mile, or 10-minute walk, of the trail system. Continue reading...

Ethics Commission dismisses complaint

Agency finds no evidence of link between Repeal 119, robo-call

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Arkansas Ethics Commission found no evidence the group Repeal 119 was involved with an anonymous robo-call criticizing Fayetteville's Civil Rights Administration ordinance or used its resources to endorse City Council candidates. Continue reading...

Fayetteville City Council to weigh initiative, referendum rules

Proposal would prohibit “for repeal” ballot language and require city attorney oversight

Subscriber onlyAldermen will consider new rules for local initiatives and referendums next week. Continue reading...

Housing development planned on American Legion ballfield in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A group of local investors wants to buy the old American Legion baseball field in southeast Fayetteville and turn it into some type of residential development. Continue reading...

Fayetteville to begin work on regional park

But shortage of funds likely to trim amenities from city’s design plan

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Construction on a regional park is about to begin, but residents will see a scaled-back version of the long-awaited project unless the city can come up with more money. Continue reading...

Fayetteville regional park coming soon

Baseball diamond, lights removed from project’s first phase

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Construction on a regional park is about to begin, but unless the city can come up with more money to pay for it residents will see a scaled-back version of the long-awaited project. Continue reading...

$5M gift to help renovate arts center

Walton Family Foundation, taxpayer contributions to aid Fayetteville project

Subscriber onlyThe Walton Arts Center's expansion and renovation got a big financial boost Tuesday. Continue reading...

Fayetteville City Council OKs raises

Pay increases to cost $1.4 million this year

Subscriber onlyAldermen approved raises for nearly 700 city employees Tuesday. Continue reading...

Walton Arts Center announces $5 million gift

Walton Family Foundation, taxpayer contributions to aid in expansion project

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Walton Arts Center's expansion and renovation got a big financial boost Tuesday. Continue reading...

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