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Fayetteville City Council to discuss Willow Heights, Housing Authority at upcoming meeting

Subscriber onlyThe Fayetteville Housing Authority submitted its annual and rolling five-year plans to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development by its deadline Tuesday without Mayor Lioneld Jordan’s signature, Deniece Smiley, Housing Authority executive director, said Wednesday. Authority Board Chairman Mike Emery said Tuesday night the report had not been submitted. Continue reading...

Fayetteville tourism commission awards contract for Walker-Stone House renovation work

Subscriber onlyA contractor from Siloam Springs will get a historic home downtown in shape. Continue reading...

Shelter in the works for garden at Fayetteville's Yvonne Richardson Community Center

Subscriber onlyA dozen or so children huddled around a frying pan set on a picnic table, waiting to taste the fried green tomatoes they grew. Continue reading...

A new direction expected for bus services in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyThe two bus services in the city hope to meld into a more cohesive unit, eliminating duplicate routes, increasing stop frequency and making rides free regardless of which bus a rider chooses. Continue reading...

Fayetteville Housing Authority adopts plan to address needs, community weighs in

Subscriber onlyThe Housing Authority board adopted a plan Monday allowing it to receive $281,425 this year to address capital improvements. Continue reading...

A new day for the Old Post Office in Fayetteville?

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Old Post Office on the square has a new owner. Now it's a question of what becomes of it. Continue reading...

Crosswalks, lights planned for school streets

Subscriber onlyJust because a crosswalk is painted on the ground doesn’t mean cars will stop. It’ll be pretty hard to miss the flashing lights and signs coming to some schools. Continue reading...

Fayetteville council committee to look at accessory structure ordinance

Subscriber onlyResidents will have a chance to weigh in on the city's accessory dwelling unit ordinance during a committee review session. Continue reading...

Fayetteville's Ozark Natural Foods set to move to former IGA building

Subscriber onlyDowntown-area shoppers and organic foods enthusiasts will again be able to get their groceries from the corner of North College Avenue and Lafayette Street. Continue reading...

City park planners gauge residents' interests

Subscriber onlyCommunity or regional parks? Elaborate amenities or bocce ball? Preserve more land or upgrade what the city already owns? Why not a little bit of everything? Continue reading...

Changes made to south Fayetteville neighborhood zoning proposal

Subscriber onlyA proposal city planners have been working on with residents since late last year to rezone their neighborhood will get another round of revisions before it again appears on the Planning Commission agenda. Continue reading...

First round down, more to go for public outreach campaign to shape future of Fayetteville parks

Subscriber onlyCommunity or regional parks? Elaborate amenities or bocce ball? Preserve more land or upgrade what the city already owns? Why not a little bit of everything? Continue reading...

Fayetteville City Council awards contract to design cultural arts corridor

Subscriber onlyVisitors to downtown will see trail improvements, a more scenic streetscape and immersive outdoor elements incorporated with the city's biggest cultural attractions within the next few years. Continue reading...

Fayetteville tourism commissioners consider art school's time at historic home

Subscriber onlyHaving a gallery and workspace at a historic building next to the downtown square helped art students and faculty establish a connection with the community, tourism commissioners heard Monday. Continue reading...

Fayetteville boosts bars’ requirements

Subscriber onlyAnyone who wants to open a bar serving liquor in Fayetteville needs to take eight hours of security training, learn how to spot a fake ID and install surveillance cameras, along with the usual state requirements. Continue reading...