Climate change is widely accepted as a reality facing our country, particularly affecting the way we utilize and think about the United States’ energy usage and resources.
Sixteen moms and 20 breastfed babies from Northwest Arkansas gathered at Terra Tots on School Avenue in Fayetteville last Thursday to show their support for breastfeeding — something that is natural, beneficial and fun, said several of the women.
The Arkansas Citizens First Congress and Arkansas Public Policy Panel honored Joyce Hale of Fayetteville with the Brownie Ledbetter Dragon Slayer Award during an event June 23 at the 4-H Center in Ferndale. Hale is a Free Weekly columnist who writes about fracking — fracturing shale deposits to extract natural gas. Hale has worked tirelessly…
A variety of locally and nationally renowned artists are on the playbill for the 16th annual Gulley Park Concert Series.
It’s half-past midnight and things are going well, even better than expected. But, guess what? You’re out of condoms. Never fear, Abshire’s to the rescue.
The University of Arkansas Press has published a new edition of “Jelly Roll: A Black Neighborhood in a Southern Mill Town,” by Charles E. Thomas. The book, originally published in 1986, is a portrait of “Jelly Roll,” a small community of African-Americans living in company housing outside the Calion Lumber Co. in Calion and is…
Fayetteville Solid Waste and Recycling Division announced June’s availability of items now being accepted at the recycling drop off.
Fayetteville will begin work on a new sidewalk along the north side of Lawson Street. The project will begin at Porter Road and extend east approximately 520 feet to complete the sidewalk connection. These improvements are intended to improve sidewalk connections and pedestrian safety. The work will consist of installing new sidewalk storm drainage pipe,…
The City of Fayetteville will be hosting a community input meeting to gather public input on the proposed Frisco Trail extension to Walker Park
Local men and women are gathering to march against the “War on Women” this Saturday in Fayetteville.