Melissa Gute

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Webb resigns from Bentonville City Council

BENTONVILLE -- Jim Webb resigned from his Ward 4 City Council position this week, and the remaining six council members will appoint his replacement Feb. 27.

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Large apartment complex pushes building permits value over $100 million in Bentonville

BENTONVILLE -- Building permits for a large apartment complex pushed last month's value for upcoming projects to more than $100 million.

NWACC trustees hear building updates

Northwest Arkansas Community College will break ground on its Washington County center this year, the college's foundation director told the Board of Trustees said Friday.

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Report: Housing needed in downtowns

Northwest Arkansas needs accessible housing options as downtown populations grow and demand development, according to a Walton Family Foundation report.

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Artspace kicks off public meetings in Springdale

The creative momentum, available buildings and population growth give the city great potential for projects to provide affordable living and working space for artists, Wendy Holmes, vice president of consulting and strategic partnerships for Artspace, said Tuesday.

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Northwest Arkansas greenhouse adds opportunity for food studies

BENTONVILLE -- A new greenhouse and compost system completes the cycle of food education for Brightwater students, executive director Glenn Mack said Monday.

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Road’s name changes cause controversy

Problems include deliveries, map apps, homeowners say

Finding a house on what was formerly Haxton Road isn’t as easy as punching in an address into a map app.

Visit Bentonville empties coffers for 2018 events support

Visit Bentonville doled out the last money in its funding request budget for this year at the Advertising and Promotions Commission meeting Thursday.

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Centerton shelter to house Bentonville dogs

The city council approved an animal services contract with Centerton to the dismay of a group of animal advocates concerned about the standard of care at the Centerton facility.

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Bentonville officials, public explore Bella Vista Lake options

BENTONVILLE -- The conversation wasn't about whether to rebuild the dam or restore the creek at Bella Vista Lake Park. Rather, it was about dreaming what could be on the 135-acre park if it was a "clean slate," as put by one city official.

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