Days of deluge led the city of Fayetteville to close some streets Monday (April 25), but city crews worked constantly to combat the flooding.
Because of really bad weather — i.e., unbelievable neverending rain and thunderstorms — the city of Fayetteville is advising residents to stay off roads or use extreme caution if they must drive.
At more than 300 registrants, the Cow Paddy greatly exceeded expectations, and in doing so, raised more than $6,000 dollars for public education.
Margot and the Nuclear So-And-So’s will perform May 3 at the Chi Omega Greek Theatre on the University of Arkansas campus.
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Live music and more in Fayetteville & NWA
What could be more natural for Fayetteville than a festival celebrating sustainability and artists inspired by nature?
After giving Malbec its due praise, it’s time we pay homage to Chile’s accidental love-child, Carmenere. (Not an accident in the way you’re thinking).
C-SPAN, professors, experts and Q&A — all centered around a examination of the presidency of George W. Bush.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan honored Miller Williams as Fayetteville’s poet laureate of 2011 during a town hall meeting Wednesday, April 20 on the University of Arkansas campus.