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Fayetteville council to discuss arts corridor parking deck location

STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Members of the public asked the Fayetteville City Council to keep options open for the location of a new parking deck downtown. Discussion went late Dec. 17

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Next Level Giving

LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Many of us look for ways to give back during the holidays as a chance to demonstrate gratitude for what we have by helping others who

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Projects for homeless hit delays in Fayetteville

STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Logistical and technical hurdles have pushed back two planned homeless shelter projects until next year. The nonprofit group Serve NWA hopes to have its New Beginnings transitional

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Glass artist having the best time of her life

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Denise Lanuti has almost certainly never been busier. Not only is she making lampwork beads — which she has done since way back in the 1980s —

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Lights of the Ozarks first in parade of holiday events

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com ‘Tis the season — even if it seems to come earlier every year! The holidays begin Nov. 22 when the lights come on in downtown Fayetteville. Bentonville

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The Pandemonium’s The Thing

This play is so wrong, it’s right JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com It’s part of the joy, the adrenaline and the magic of live theater: Something can go wrong at any moment.

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Parks budget moves forward

STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The Fayetteville parks department will have a slightly smaller budget next year but will also have more than $11 million from a voter-approved bond issue to work

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Washington-Willow

Petition ready for historic district STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Residents of Fayetteville’s Washington-Willow Historic District will soon be asked to form the first preserved neighborhood in the city. Members of the

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Twenty Is Plenty

City testing lower speed limits in neighborhood STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The city of Fayetteville is testing a 20 mph speed limit near Wilson Park and could implement lower speeds for

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True Lit Evolving

FPL festival showcases graphic novels LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Willow Fitzgibbon, Fayetteville Public Library’s director of library sciences, says the committee tasked with booking authors for its True Lit Festival