3 hrs ago
FBI Executes Warrant on Betty Jo Drive in Fayetteville
Fayetteville Police said the FBI is executing a warrant at a residence on Betty Jo Drive.
5 hrs ago
Pet food company settles EEOC pregnancy discrimination suit for $30,000
A pet food manufacturer that fired a lab technician an hour after learning she was pregnant, citing safety concerns for both mother and baby, has agreed to settle a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission pregnancy discrimination case for $30,000.
9 hrs ago
The City Wire
Chancellor: Departing UAFS leaders a sign of good hiring, training
The chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith said several top-level administrators recently departing the university are signs the university is hiring the right individuals and developing them professionally and intellectually.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Woman to lead UA grad program
An engineering management expert has been named leader of graduate programs at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, school officials said Monday.
The City Wire
Razorback Greenway adds work, costs for cities
As the Northwest Arkansas Regional Razorback Greenway continues to grow, it adds business growth opportunities and healthy options for area residents and tourists.
Daily Flyer: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
We stopped by the new community garden and found a variety of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers that are growing nicely in downtown Fayetteville.
Behind the News
The Arkansas Department of Higher Education will use $1.6 million of the state's "rainy-day funds" to pay for a larger-than-usual number of Governor's Distinguished Scholarships this year.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Log Cabin Democrat
Hometown Girl Travels Bolivia
AnneDella Hines is a Junior in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Advertising /Public Relations & Political Science at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
Fayetteville Free Weekly
Local Poet Focuses on 'Captial P' Poetry
Pamela Sue Hitchcock is dedicated to poetry. Not to her own poems in particular.
"Meet Your Trails" series continues Aug. 2 at Lake Fayetteville
The city's "Meet Your Trails" series continues this weekend with a walking tour along Lake Fayetteville Trail in north Fayetteville.
Daily Flyer: Monday, July 28, 2014
Trail work in south Fayetteville will soon kick into high gear , thanks to nearly $1 million in grants from the Walton Family Foundation.
Delta Farm Press
New tool for fighting herbicide-resistant weeds
Most farmers are aware of the concept of "air seeding;" i.e, distributing wheat or rice or bermudagrass seed with an airplane or a spreader truck or even by hand.
One Man, Two Guvnors Begins 8/28 at TheatreSquared
TheatreSquared will launch its ninth season with the acclaimed comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, a new adaptation by Richard Bean of the classic farce The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni .
Monday Traffic and Construction Delays
Fayetteville- Armstrong Ave. - Stone Bridge Road will see delays in construction zones while crews widen State Highway 16 from two lanes to four lanes with sidewalks and bike lanes.
Salvation Army, Washington County Sheriff's Office Plan Food Drive
The Salvation Army of Northwest Arkansas and Washington County Sheriff's Office are seeking food donations this week to replenish the Salvation Army's food pantry.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The City Wire
Another look at lottery offices
Editor's note: Maylon Rice has 40 years of experience working as a newspaper reporter, columnist and editor at several Arkansas newspapers.
Young African leaders near end of 6-week visit to state
Twenty-five young African leaders were honored at a July 17 reception in Sturgis Hall of the Clinton School of Public Service.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Fayetteville Compost Site Open For Storm Cleanup
The City of Fayetteville's compost center was open Saturday for residents who are still cleaning up debris from Wednesday's storm.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Revisiting the new downtown community garden
We stopped by this week to check out the progress and found a variety of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers that are growing nicely in what is one of the first commercially-zoned community gardens in Fayetteville.
Visiting Africans target of hate crime, UA police say
African community leaders who are at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville for a White House-supported summer fellowship told police early Sunday that a man knocked on their door and used racial slurs, a university police official said, and investigators are classifying the verbal assault as a hate crime.