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Experts weigh in on corridor’s future

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — The city is on the right path but has steps to go to make College Avenue a healthy corridor for living, working, shopping and recreating, national planning experts said Friday. Continue reading...

Neighbors want to keep streets small, trees tall, at Fayetteville's Rolling Hills

Subscriber onlyResidents who live on or near Rolling Hills Drive want to maintain a safe neighborhood for their children, keep cars under the speed limit and prevent incompatible development, city officials heard Thursday during an informational gathering. Continue reading...

Fayetteville council OK's land deal for recreational, environmental, economic benefits

Subscriber onlyAbout 230 acres in the heart of the city will be preserved forever. Continue reading...

UA School of Art gallery planned at historic house in downtown Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A historic home downtown will have temporary tenants while crews repair the building, which may lead to a more lasting arrangement. Continue reading...

Land deal offers recreation, preservation

Fayetteville council to consider matching grant for purchasing 228 acres

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Preserving nearly 230 acres of mountain in the heart of the city will attract hundreds of bikers yearly, provide educational and recreational opportunities for children and preserve a natural habitat forever, officials say. Continue reading...

Fayetteville planning commissioners grant permit for RV resort near Kessler Mountain

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A planned recreational vehicle resort north of Kessler Mountain will provide an amenity the city lacks, the project's founders say. Continue reading...

Proposal would ban smoking in Fayetteville parks, trails

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Smoking is banned in restaurants, shops, theaters, retailers and most other public places in the city. Soon, parks and trails could be added to the list. Continue reading...

Consultant hired to look at trash, recycling rates in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyThe rate residents pay for recycling and trash service will get an update for the first time in 25 years. Continue reading...

Discussion explores ways to preserve Fayetteville's historic properties

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Preserving the city's historic neighborhoods will take participation, coordination and education, about 50 residents agreed Monday during a public discussion. Continue reading...

Commercial rent rising as downtowns change in Northwest Arkansas

Subscriber onlyStorm Carr looked crestfallen as he walked around what used to be his French antiques store on Block Avenue in Fayetteville. A few stacks of books and some collectibles too big for boxes remained. Continue reading...

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A motorist scoots by near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and School Avenue on ...

A motorist scoots by near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and School Avenue on Friday in Fayetteville. Expert...

Published: February 24, 2018

Construction crews go in and out Monday at the site of the future Pinnacle Foods Inc. expansion at 1...

Construction crews go in and out Monday at the site of the future Pinnacle Foods Inc. expansion at 1100 W. 15th St. in Fayettevill...

Published: January 23, 2018

Susan Morgan, architect with Meyer, Scherer and Rockcastle, speaks Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, at the Fay...

Susan Morgan, architect with Meyer, Scherer and Rockcastle, speaks Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, at the Fayetteville Public Library. Morg...

Published: December 12, 2017

Greg Resz, geographic information systems coordinator for Fayetteville, test-drives one of the newes...

Greg Resz, geographic information systems coordinator for Fayetteville, test-drives one of the newest planning maps Wednesday that...

Published: November 27, 2017

The Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees discusses the 2018 budget on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017...

The Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees discusses the 2018 budget on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017.

Published: November 21, 2017

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