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It was just more than a month ago that Fort Smith business and civic leaders said a concept similar to North Little Rock's Arkansas Innovation Hub was needed in the area and now the Fayetteville and Fort Smith public libraries have plans to introduce one aspect of the AIH concept.
Drivers can expect to see some changes to the paid parking program when visiting the Dickson Street entertainment district this fall.
The local homebuilding pace appears to be stabilizing among the majority of the large cities in the two-county area.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood have stayed busy all year in taking full advantage of the latest Black Crowes hiatus.
"Voice of the People" KABF 88.3 kicks off their pledge drive this weekend . Call them at 372-6119 or pay them a visit at kabf.org and give them a few dollars because it would mean a lot.
Fayetteville Police said the FBI is executing a warrant at a residence on Betty Jo Drive.
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.
An engineering management expert has been named leader of graduate programs at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, school officials said Monday.
As the Northwest Arkansas Regional Razorback Greenway continues to grow, it adds business growth opportunities and healthy options for area residents and tourists.
Pamela Sue Hitchcock is dedicated to poetry. Not to her own poems in particular.
The city's "Meet Your Trails" series continues this weekend with a walking tour along Lake Fayetteville Trail in north Fayetteville.
Trail work in south Fayetteville will soon kick into high gear , thanks to nearly $1 million in grants from the Walton Family Foundation.
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.
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 .
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 05:36 am
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