Fayetteville Archive

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    Possible Rezoning on MLK

    FAYETTEVILLE–The Fayetteville City Council may rezone property near the U of A, to allow construction on a new Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market.  There is already a plot of undeveloped land on MLK. Residents in favor of rezoning said it would fill a need for a grocery […]

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    Fayetteville Police Searching for Stabbing Suspect

    Fayetteville Police are looking for a man in connection with a deadly stabbing that occurred Saturday night.  Police are looking for 24-year-old Cory Lee Ryan in connection with the incident. According to a press release, Fayetteville police responded to a report of a stabbing shortly […]

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    Springfest 2014 Keeping Fayetteville Funky

    Fayetteville will be getting a little funkier this weekend.  Springfest began in 1983 by Dickson Street vendors as a way to celebrate the history and culture of Fayetteville.  The festival features a pancake breakfast, live music, and the annual bed races where teams make their […]

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    Lottery Drawing will Determine Food Trucks in Fayetteville

    Owners of Food trucks who want to operate in public places around Fayetteville will have to submit their names by the end of April for a lottery drawing. New laws put in place in March will allow vendors the opportunity to use public parking spaces […]

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    Fayetteville to Unveil New Emergency Alert System

    The City of Fayetteville is launching a new alert system at a press conference this Friday at 11:00 a.m. at City Hall. Mayor Lioneld Jordan will give details about the new Fayetteville alert system and how to sign up. It’s a free emergency alert service for Fayetteville residents, […]

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    Campaign Cracking Down on Texting and Driving

    Fayetteville Police are cracking down on texting and driving as part of the national U Drive. U Text. U Pay. Campaign police are using a combination of traditional and innovative strategies to crack down on distracted drivers.  States who applied were awarded $8 million in grants from the US […]

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    BREAKING: Maya Angelou cancels event at Fayetteville Public Library

    An Evening with Maya Angelou has been canceled due the author’s health. The event will not be rescheduled. Dr. Angelou issued this statement in regards to missing the FPL appearance: Dear Fayetteville Public Library, Arkansas Family and Friends, I am profoundly saddened that I am […]

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    Fayetteville to Purchase 3 New Snow Plows

    Nearly a hundred thousand dollars have been allocated by the Fayetteville City Council for the purchase of 3 new snow plows. The City Council approved the purchase last night. The three Ford F-250 trucks will all be fitted with Meyer snow plows and will be […]

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    Annual March for Babies This Saturday

    This Saturday is the annual March for Babies. The march is an event held at Arvest Ballpark that helps raise money and awareness for newborn health. There will be many activities going on. You can register at the event starting at 9 AM or go online to marchforbabies.org. […]

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    Fayetteville City Council Discusses New Parking Deck

    Fayetteville City Council members met tonight to discuss the design of a new parking deck. The deck will replace the Walton Arts Center lot to relieve crowding and provide additional parking for events in the downtown area. It will be three stories tall. This project is […]

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