Melissa Gute

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More townhomes coming to Bentonville

Subscriber onlyThe Planning Commission approved two more townhome projects in two parts of the city, which help provide a variety of housing option throughout the community, according to the city's planning services manager. Continue reading...

Bentonville eyes change in animal service

Subscriber onlyThe city is considering partnering with Centerton rather than Rogers for animal services, Mayor Bob McCaslin told the City Council last week. Continue reading...

Collaboration ignites skate park beautification project

Subscriber onlyKyle Marlatt sat on his skateboard while watching fellow skaters competed in an ollie contest, seeing how many stacked boards they could jump over on their own board. Continue reading...

Bentonville council approves contentious rezoning

Subscriber onlyThe City Council upheld the Planning Commission's approval to rezone 28 acres along Northeast John DeShields Boulevard allowing medium- and high-density residential developments as well as commercial projects. Continue reading...

Fencing added to ballfield upgrades

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Steps by the city to create tournament-quality ballfields at Memorial Park should also keep players and spectators safer, city officials said. Continue reading...

Cycling events coming to Bentonville

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The owners of Western Spirit Cycling knew they wanted to come back and host an event in Bentonville shortly after arriving for a mountain biking event last fall. Continue reading...

Fayetteville honorees impart importance of perseverance

Subscriber only It's perseverance that's the key to success, not good grades, and it's lifelong learners that have the biggest impact on the communities they live in, the 2017 inductees to the Hall of Honor told students Thursday. Continue reading...

Bentonville commission OKs 28-acre rezoning

Subscriber only Land between Circle of Life Hospice and Memorial Park may not become home to Crystal Flats, but it will be open to medium- and high-density residential and commercial developments as the Planning Commission approved a rezoning Tuesday. Continue reading...

Visit Bentonville eyes large athletic event

Subscriber onlyThe Advertising and Promotions Commission wants to find partnerships to help bring a track and field event to the city that could produce up to $9,000 in lodging tax revenue for Visit Bentonville. Continue reading...

Virtual Academy provides education options

Subscriber onlySpencer Sumlin credits the Fayetteville Virtual Academy for putting him on track to graduate high school. Continue reading...

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