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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...

Visit Bentonville entertains tax increase

Subscriber onlyVisitors may see higher room rates if the Advertising and Promotions Commission and City Council agree to increase the lodging tax from 2 percent to 3 percent. Continue reading...

Turn lane to help move traffic east

City Council approves design work

Subscriber onlyThe traffic waiting to turn right on to Southeast Walton Boulevard from Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard will have a shorter wait after an additional turn lane is added, said a city transportation official. Continue reading...

Dogs becoming more welcome at Northwest Arkansas businesses

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas is going to the dogs. Continue reading...

Commissioners OK rezoning despite residents' concerns

Subscriber onlyA rezoning that would allow for a multifamily development to be built on a nearly one-acre parcel in northwest downtown will only exacerbate the drainage issues in the area, nearby residents told planning commissioners Tuesday. Continue reading...

Professor talks presidency for Constitution Day

Subscriber only The people of the United States are to blame, at least to a degree, for the expansion of power the presidency has gained since the Constitution was adopted in 1787, according to a University of Arkansas, Fayetteville political science professor. Continue reading...

Pedestrian tunnels to be finished before road work

Subscriber onlyThe intersection of Southeast J and Southeast Eighth streets is going to get better for pedestrians before it does for motorists. Continue reading...

Bentonville accepts annexation request

Subscriber onlyThirty-nine property owners in Benton County may soon become residents of Bentonville instead of Rogers. Continue reading...

Leadership group adds college service project

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Nonprofit and other service organizations may receive volunteer help from Northwest Arkansas Community College employees in the future, thanks to a new project developed by college faculty. Continue reading...

NWACC leadership participants create service program

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Nonprofit and other service organizations may receive volunteer help from Northwest Arkansas Community College employees in the future, thanks to a new project developed by college faculty. Continue reading...

Mothers, sons bond over service

League fosters relationships with projects to aid community

Subscriber onlySherri Esarte processed over coffee with a friend early this spring how her relationship with her teenage son was changing as he got further into high school. Continue reading...

Bentonville commissioners OK medical marijana ordinance

Subscriber onlyA new city ordinance outlines which zoning districts medical marijuana facilities will be permitted in while keeping them out of residential ones. Continue reading...

Bentonville to clarify marijuana zones

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Planning commissioners will consider an ordinance today that says where medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation facilities will be allowed. Continue reading...