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Rogers looks at street closing law

Subscriber onlyCarol Spurlock looked over an arrangement of fresh produce while visiting the Rogers Farmers Market on Saturday. Continue reading...

Survivors celebrate during race for the cure

Subscriber onlyMichele Yarber hugged a family member while dancing as the song "Celebrate" blasted across a parking lot at Pinnacle Hills Mall Saturday. Continue reading...

Lowell continues hotel tax discussion

Subscriber onlyThe City Council continued a discussion on creating a 2 percent tax on hotel stays during its meeting Tuesday. Continue reading...

NWACC students compete for spot at food festival

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Megan Templeton pushed a toothpick lined with olives into a mini-burger Wednesday as skillets sizzled around her. Continue reading...

Rogers Planning Commission approves apartment complex

Subscriber onlyThe Planning Commission approved an apartment complex for developmentally disabled adults during its meeting Tuesday. Continue reading...

Commission rezones appeal Lowell property

Subscriber onlyLOWELL -- The Planning Commission approved rezoning land from agriculture to commercial after hearing numerous residents speak against the proposal at a meeting Monday. Continue reading...

UAMS, medical providers work to fix Northwest Arkansas doctor shortage

Subscriber onlyPopulation increases in Benton and Washington counties in recent years have made it difficult for the region to keep up with a demand for primary care physicians, health care officials said. Continue reading...

Rogers attorney seat still empty after resignation, confusion

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The City Council hasn't taken action to appoint a city attorney more than two months after Ben Lipscomb received $390,000 to resign from the post. Continue reading...

Appointment of new Rogers city attorney slowed by confusion over term

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The City Council hasn't taken action to appoint a city attorney more than two months after Ben Lipscomb, formerly in the post, received $390,000 to resign. Continue reading...

Slip, slide event reapplies in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A company previously denied permission to set up a one-day water slide on Fayetteville's Dickson Street has persuaded the district's merchants' association to support the event and gotten a nonprofit organization to resubmit an application to close the street. Continue reading...

Rogers Museum Celebrates 40 Years

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Asa Fowler, 10, stepped backward as he learned what a chamber pot was during a recent tour of the Rogers Historical Museum. Continue reading...

Rogers planning committee tables apartments once again

Subscriber onlyAn apartment complex for developmentally disabled adults was tabled again by the Rogers Large Scale Development Planning Committee on Tuesday. Continue reading...

Lowell to fill vacant City Council position

Subscriber onlyThe City Council could fill one vacated seat during its April meeting only to have another seat vacated in May. Continue reading...

Lowell sends rezoning request back to planning commission

Subscriber onlyThe Lowell City Council unanimously approved sending a light industrial rezoning request back to its Planning Commission as a commercial rezoning during a special meeting Monday. Continue reading...

Lowell to put cameras on officers

Clip-on recorders catch on in more police departments

Subscriber onlyLowell plans to equip all of its street police officers with body cameras by the end of next month, while some other police departments in the state continue to discuss the idea. Continue reading...

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