45 acres to be site of development
A multifamily development proposal for just north of downtown may provide a variety of housing options, preserve agricultural land and make more pedestrian-friendly connections.
BENTONVILLE -- Removing the Lake Bella Vista dam would improve water quality, restore the ecological system and cost less than rebuilding it, according to a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The city lost nearly $878,000 over six years because it miscalculated fees collected for new development.
Tom Hoehn is the newest Ward 3 representative after James Smith left the City Council seat vacant earlier this month.
Plans for the second phase of the Thaden School campus take steps to address traffic, but it's hard to know exactly how traffic will affect the area until the school is operational, a city leader said Friday.
Crystal Flats mixed-use development is a great idea but not for its proposed location just east of downtown, residents told the Planning Commission on Tuesday.
Patrons of Onyx Coffee Lab who are lucky enough to have their coffee crafted by Dylan Siemens drink a cup brewed by one of the world's best brewers, literally.
BENTONVILLE -- A tennis court complex is coming to the city's southwest, balancing the distribution of courts in the city and providing more playing space for competitors.
A gap in the wastewater connection at 8th Street Market sent sewage about a quarter mile down Town Branch Creek earlier this month.
Residents in Ward 3 who would consider serving on City Council should polish their resumes as James Smith will soon leave the position.