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Fayetteville was originally inhabited by the Osage and Cherokees and was settled in 1828. It offers 71 public parks, historic Dickson Street, the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and America's first national riverâ€”the Buffalo River. Fayetteville has been home to Lucinda Williams, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. There is even a museum dedicated to the Clintons. In 2008, Kiplinger's Magazine noted it as one of the "Best Cities to Work, Play, and Live."
Local Newspapers: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Northwest Arkansas Times Noticias Libres
Local Sports Teams: The University of Arkansas Razorbacks
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas
Zip Codes associated with fayetteville, arkansas:
72701 72703 72704
Towns/Cities near fayetteville, arkansas : Johnson Wyman Greenland Farmington Wheeler Goshen Elkins West Fork
While crews repair the building, an historic home downtown will have temporary tenants, which may lead to a more lasting arrangement. Molly Rawn, the Fayetteville tourism director, introduced to the Advertising and Promotion Commission on Feb. 19 a deal with the University of Arkansas School of Art for a three-month residency at the Walker-Stone House, 207 W. Center St. The school will host a gallery of student and faculty work from March through May. An official opening date has not been set, says Kayla Crenshaw, director of communications for the School of Art.Residents weigh in on Rolling Hills Dr. issues
The City of Fayetteville held a public input session for residents near Rolling Hills Drive to share opinions and ask questions about a potential rezoning, and road project in the city's Master Street Plan. On March 6th, the Fayetteville City Council will have the opportunity to vote on a rezoning project near Rolling Hills Drive.Nomad's Trailside pizza and brunch bar to open in Fayetteville
The new place, called Nomad's Trailside, is a collaboration by the owners of Nomad's Music Lounge and Hogshead Tours.Arkansas QB Cole Kelley Pleads Guilty To DWI
Arkansas quarterback Cole Kelley must complete an alcohol safety class and pay $720 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty Wednesday in Fayetteville District Court to driving while intoxicated. Judge William A. Storey also sentenced Kelley to 90 days in jail with 89 days suspended.'Walks Through History Tour' set for March 10
The Department of Arkansas Heritage, the Washington County Historical Society, and Arkansas Historic Preservation Program are teaming up for a tour of five historic Fayetteville buildings next month. The groups will host a 'Walks Through History Tour" of the Mount Nord Historic District, a group of five houses constructed between 1901 and 1925 in various architectural styles.Former Arkansas Lobbyist Indicted In $1 Million Bribery Scheme
A former charity executive and Arkansas lobbyist has been indicted for his role in a nearly $1 million bribery conspiracy involving a Missouri health care organization, according to the U.S. attorney's office for the Western District of Missouri. Milton "Rusty" Cranford, 56, of Rogers is charged in a nine-count indictment unsealed Tuesday , according to U.S. attorney Timothy A. Garrison.Group to host workshop on College Avenue corridor Feb. 21-23
A local group is bringing in experts from around the country to Fayetteville this week to look for ways to improve the area around College Avenue. The Northwest Arkansas Chapter of the Urban Land Institute is hosting a workshop this week "focusing on the connection between land use decisions and public health outcomes along the 71B corridor."Bank loans signed in the hospital leave patients vulnerable
When Laura Cameron was pregnant, the Arkansas woman landed in the emergency room, where a hospital representative suggested that she and her husband take out a loan to pay her bill. Laura Cameron, three months pregnant, tripped and fell in a parking lot and landed in the emergency room in May. She was flat on her back - scared, in pain and attached to a saline drip - when a hospital representative came by to discuss how she would pay her bill.Prairie Grove: Man Arrested After High-Speed Car Chase
A man is arrested after a multi-city high-speed car chase that ended in a crash in Fayetteville, according to police. Police say the chase began Wednesday morning just after midnight when police tried to pull over a man for speeding in a Ford black pickup on Highway 62 near Little Elm Rd. The driver tried to make a U-turn in front of an oncoming car and the chase ended when the suspect drive into a residential area crashing into a mailbox on Camelia Lane, according to police.AMP adds Coheed and Cambria, Taking Back Sunday for 2018
Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday will perform at the Walmart AMP on Tuesday, July 31, the venue announced today. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. Ticket prices range from $29.50 to $59.50 plus fees.New bike trail to connect Gulley Park to Razorback Greenway
City Council members today approved a construction contract for two new 12-foot-wide bridges to replace two existing 5-foot-wide bridges at Gulley Park. The wider bridges are needed to accommodate the upcoming Niokaska Creek Trail which will connect to Mud Creek Trail and provide direct access to the region's growing trail system.Arkansas Water Resources Center Annual Water Conference: July 23rd/24th Fayetteville, Arkansas
The Arkansas Water Resources Center announced that its annual water conference will be held on July 23rd and 24th in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The conference will address the "various ways that abundant high-quality water is essential for the health of people and the economic vitality of communities, states, and the region."Fayetteville City Council preview: Feb. 20, 2018
A meeting of the Fayetteville City Council begins at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 inside room 219 of City Hall, located at 113 W. Mountain St. in Fayetteville. Listed below are the items up for approval and links to PDF documents with detailed information on each item of business.Volunteers needed for student mountain biking team in Fayetteville
Fayetteville Student Mountain Biking will host an information session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the Fayetteville Public Library for anyone interested in volunteering to help build a mountain biking team made up of students from Fayetteville Public Schools, which is part of the state's National Interscholastic Cycling Association League . Information about the process, time commitments and expectations will be available for those who'd like to become a coach or support the team in another capacity.Bad bedside manner: Bank loans signed in the hospital leave...
Laura Cameron holds 3-month-old Fiona as she and her husband, Keith, fix dinner in their Fayetteville, Ark., home. Laura Cameron holds 3-month-old Fiona as she and her husband, Keith, fix dinner in their Fayetteville, Ark., home.Fayetteville rolls out free public Wi-Fi in 10 locations
Free public Wi-Fi was recently added at Wilson Park as part of an expansion that includes 9 other locations in Fayetteville. Free Wi-Fi was added in 8 public parks, as well as in two popular parking locations near Dickson Street.Police Say Fayetteville Man Stabbed Man, Took Him To Hospital
A Fayetteville man was arrested Saturday after allegedly stabbing a man and then taking him to the hospital, according to Fayetteville police. A woman who was with Guevara and the victim said the men were drinking early Saturday morning at a home on Boxley Avenue when the victim started arguing with a woman, according to an arrest report.
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