Washington County Reporter
The Washington County Quorum Court moved one step closer to giving the county attorney a roughly $8,600 pay raise for this year during its meeting Thursday.
Move follows planners’ denial of building permit
A landowner says he’s going to put hogs and goats on his land near a residential community just outside the city after neighbors complained about his plans for a commercial building.
Justices of the peace will hear options tonight about how Washington County can raise money to pay for land conservation.
FAYETTEVILLE -- More housing dedicated to people ages 55 and older -- from independent living to full-time nursing care -- is going up in Northwest Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A new Washington County justice of the peace will be sworn into office next January without her name ever appearing on a ballot.
Higher education institutions are increasing class sizes and starting programs to meet the growing need for health care workers in Northwest Arkansas, school officials said.
More housing dedicated to people 55 years old and older -- from independent living to full-time nursing care -- is going up in Northwest Arkansas.
Goshen voters will decide May 22 whether to approve a 1 percent sales tax with proceeds going to meet the city's needs, officials said.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Goshen voters will decide May 22 whether to approve a one percent sales tax with proceeds going t meet the city's needs, officials said.
Washington County's reserve shrank again after the amount of money left unspent last year failed to meet expectation.