Rogers City Reporter
Residents from the southwest part of the city made a final appeal against rezoning the Mills Family Farm property before the City Council voted to uphold the Planning Commission's approval.
Haas Hall Academy is a step closer to outfitting its downtown location at 121 West Poplar, formerly the Lane Hotel, for the school's operations.
The Planning Commission voted to rezone the largest remaining undeveloped tract of land with potential for commercial development along Interstate 49 despite continued protests on Tuesday.
Alcohol consumption at the annual Mudtown Days festival may be allowed for the first time if a recently amended ordinance for park rules is passed next month.
LOWELL -- Plans for a multifamily residential development with room for offices and a warehouse at the corner of Honeysuckle and Pleasant Grove are one step closer to fruition.
ROGERS -- Yvonne Hulet noticed some major changes while she was browsing at the Samaritan Shop last week.
The 2017 Poultry Festival and Arkansas' United States Specialty Sports Association State 12 AA Baseball Tournament are bound for the city this summer.
A new police vehicle, continued road improvement and a designation to the Northwest Arkansas Nutrient Trading Research and Advisory Group are in the works for the city.
ROGERS -- Will Hanna wasn't aware of any resources to help veterans transition to civilian life when he returned from military service in Vietnam. A new housing project might change that for future veterans.
Buildings, exhibit galleries and lobbies of the renovated Rogers Historical Museum will bear the names of generous donors.