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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
Dickson Street Merchants survey patrons on downtown parking perceptions
Dickson Street Businesses last month surveyed more than 1,000 their customers, and found that a majority of them are still dissatisfied with the parking situation in the entertainment district. According to the survey, conducted by members of the Dickson Street Merchants Association from April 17-30 this year, 64% of respondents said they don't feel there is enough parking on Dickson Street or around the Walton Arts Center, 71% said that parking was a factor in the decision to come to Dickson Street, and 77% said the parking experience on Dickson Street needs improvement.City to host final round of input sessions on mobility plan
Fayetteville officials will host a series of workshops next week to gather citizen input on streets, sidewalks, and parking as part of the process of creating a new Fayetteville Mobility Plan. The workshops, conducted by San Fransico-based consultants, Nelson/Nygaard , will take place May 30-June 1 at various locations in Fayetteville.TheatreSquared Announces the 2017 Arkansas New Play Festival Line-Up
TheatreSquared Artistic Director Robert Ford and Executive Director Martin Miller today unveiled the lineup of brand new plays to be featured at the ninth annual Arkansas New Play Festival, the state's flagship showcase for new American stage plays with performances at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville and at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. New works on tap include The Furies, by Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D'Amour; Comet Town, by Rick Ehrstin; Visible from Four States, by Barbara Hammond; We Swim, We Talk, We Go to War, by Mona Mansour ; and Transatlantic, by John Walch.Arkansas man suspected in assault with arrow surrenders
A man turned himself in to the Crawford County sheriff's office Tuesday in connection with an archery attack on another man after an argument early Monday morning. A battery warrant was issued Monday for Kenneth Miesen, 42, after Raymond Van Holson, 41, was shot in the head with an arrow.Government: More indictments possible in legislative kickback case
The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that federal Judge Timothy Brooks of Fayetteville has delayed the bribery trial of former Sen. Jon Woods "in part because the prosecutor said the investigation is continuing and further indictments are expected." Former Rep. Micah Nea l has pleaded guilty.Barricaded suspect evades capture
A man suspected of stealing a vehicle and hiding inside a vacant home Tuesday morning evaded capture and remained on the loose, police said. Michael Simmons, 36, is wanted in connection with theft by receiving, felony possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass, said Lt.City seeks input for location of Walker Park Splash Pad
The City of Fayetteville is planning to add a splash pad at Walker Park soon, and they're asking for public input on where in the park to locate it. City officials will hold a public meeting to discuss this, and other planned improvements at Walker Park from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24 in the lobby of Fayetteville Public Library.Gulley Park Concert Series kicks off Thursday with Divas on Fire
The annual Gulley Park Summer Concert series kicks off this week, with a performances by all-female supergroup, Divas on Fire on Thursday, May 25. Divas on Fire got their start in 2014 at Bikes, Blues & BBQ, and features ladies from some of Fayetteville's best known bands, including performers from Leah & The Mojo Doctors, Dawn Cate and the Rhythm Kings, Brick Fields, Oreo Blue, The Ocie Fisher Band, Age of Liberty, LaFuSo, Jigsaw Mud, and others. The Gulley Park Concert Series is organized by the city's Parks & Recreation Department, and takes place at the gazebo stage near the center of Gulley Park in east Fayetteville.UA grad Tony Tost talks about writing for TV, new series picked up by USA Network
A graduate of the University of Arkansas' MFA program in Creative Writing is making a name for himself as a television writer and producer. Former Fayetteville resident Tony Tost is the creator of a new show titled Damnation that was recently picked up as a series by the USA Network.Crews Repairing Water Main Break On U Of A Campus
According to workers with University of Arkansas facilities management, the water main break happened at 2:40 this morning . Workers believe the break happened near the engineering building on campus.Fayetteville Man Pleads Not Guilty To Child Porn, Domestic Battery Charges
A Fayetteville man has pleaded not guilty to child pornography and domestic battery charges, according to Washington County Circuit Court documents. Turrell Grisham, 19, is charged with three counts of engaging children in sexual explicit conduct and 29 counts of distributing, possessing, or viewing of matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child.Fayetteville man accused of kidnapping, beating, raping woman
The victim told police she had been dating Cook for a short period of time, according to a court document obtained by 40/29 News. The narrative below comes from that document.Weekly deals & more: May 22-28, 2017
Bordinos is celebrating Roses all month long with an event called Pinko de Mayo! Try a new variety each week. JJ's on Dickson Street has live music this week with Jeff Fox, Jocko, Fetts Folly, Mary Heather & The Sinners, and more! Mark your calendar for Coach's Cookout , May 25 at ONF , featuring recipes by award winning barbecue cook, Jim Sposato! Live music is back on the patios at all four Foghorn's locations.Baseball fans have a new place to stay
If you missed out on Razorback baseball home games this year because you couldn't find a great place to stay, your problem is now solved: Staybridge Suites of Fayetteville is now fully renovated and located directly across from Baum Stadium, with free parking for hotel guests. The next time you travel to Fayetteville choose from among their various room-size options, including studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites.Duggar sisters file privacy suit against city, magazine
Four sisters of Josh Duggar who were revealed to have told police that they'd been molested by their older brother filed a federal breach-of-privacy suit Thursday against the city of Springdale and Washington County, Arkansas, and publishers of the magazine that first revealed their identities. Attorneys for Jill Duggar Dillard, Jessa Duggar Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo and Joy Duggar filed suit in federal court in Fayetteville against the city, the county and the publishers of InTouch Weekly for breaching their privacy.New Design School eyes historic Walker-Stone House as new home
A small, nonprofit design school hopes to make a big impact downtown by moving into one of the few remaining homes in the city that survived the Civil War. New Design School, a private career school, offers summer camps, certificate-granting seminars and professional-development workshops to youth and adults.Hammonds staying a receiver despite RB losses
Losing running back Rawleigh Williams the remainder of his Razorbacks career obviously doesn't render Arkansas' lack of depth at receiver any less acute. So for now at the University of Arkansas, coach Bret Bielema continues planning on sophomore T.J. Hammonds playing more receiver than running back.
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