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Commentary: Cities Cannot Live On Growth Alone
NWA Media/Michael Woods Construction crews work early this year on the Cardinal apartment complex at Duncan Avenue and Center Street in Fayetteville as The Vue apartments can be seen in the distance to the right.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Springfest venders clean up quick
After a day of enjoying the spring weather, Springfest venders had to quickly clear out so a new crowd could come to Dickson Street.
Arkansas State Lottery running out of money for scholarships
EDUCATION WARNS LOTTERY-FINANCED SCHOLARSHIPS MAY SOON RUN OUT OF MONEY. THE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT HAS TO DIP INTO EMERGENCY RESERVE FUNDS NOW TO COVER ACADEMIC CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP COSTS.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Thousands Expected For Springfest; Dickson Street To Close
Thousands of people are expected to attend Springfest in Fayetteville on Saturday, as the event highlights the early spring with several events, including a 5K run and live music.
Fayetteville homebrew club celebrates 21 years of community and flavorful beer
The Fayetteville Lovers of Pure Suds - or "FLOPS" for short - celebrated its 21st birthday earlier this month.
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Fayetteville company launches organic ant control product
After more than four years from concept to commercialization, Fayetteville-based APGR Green Inc. has launched two new organic, food grade pest control products ANT-ZAP and MOLE-ZAP.
Emergency Alert System To Be Unveiled
The City of Fayetteville will launch its Emergency Alert System at 11 a.m. at City Hall.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Officials break ground on Amazeum children's museum
A groundbreaking ceremony was held this week for the Amazeum children's museum , set to open 30 miles north of Fayetteville near Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art sometime next year.
Candidate news: Parks, Snively
Here's a list of candidates who've recently sent us press releases announcing their plans to run for various seats in upcoming elections.
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Interstate 540 moniker in western Arkansas to change to I-49
Drivers making their way from Alma to Benton County are going to have to get used to hopping on Interstate 49 starting next week.
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Henry Smiley Sr. alleges fraud through son's financial actions
Where do bankers go to borrow money? A paper trail left by former Arvest exec Dennis Smiley Jr. indicates he went to his friends and family first - and possibly without their consent.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Police: Fayetteville Man Raped 2 Year Old, Recorded It On Phone
A Fayetteville man was arrested Wednesday after police say he raped a two-year-old girl and recorded it on a cell phone.
Food truck lottery application period opens April 17
Food truck owners who want to operate in public areas in Fayetteville have until the end of April to submit their names for an upcoming lottery drawing.
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Rivaldo embraces new Arvest leadership role in Benton County
Fort Smith area native Craig Rivaldo is set to take over leadership for Arvest Benton County on May 1 and the banker will carry his "playbook" and more than 20 years of leadership experience when he settles into his new bank office full-time.
Fayetteville students interview with professionals
Bill Kimber/The Daily Home Fayetteville High School student Chad Williams interviews with Kristi Thompson of Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Police: Woman's death on Tatum St. investigated as a homicide
Detectives with t he Little Rock Police Departmen t are currently on the scene at a house in the 4100 block of Tatum Street, where a woman's body was reported found this morning just after 11 a.m. Police say t hey are investigating the death as a homicide.
Prosecutor: warrant issued for OBGYN on video voyeurism charge
Scott Ellington, prosecutor for the Second Judicial District, announced today that his office has issued a warrant for the arrest of a Paragould OBGYN, on charges that the physician allegedly took nude photos of a patient during an examination without her consent.
City Council primer: April 15, 2014
Changing the starting time for First Thursday from 4 p.m. to 3 p.m. to allow organizers more time for setup and preparation in the parking spaces around the square.
Fiber-Optic Microscope Will Help Physicians Detect Cancer, Diseases at Early Stages
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - An engineering researcher at the University of Arkansas has developed an inexpensive, endoscopic microscope capable of producing high-resolution, sub-cellular images of tissue in real time.