The Fayetteville Public Schools Child Nutrition Department is joining the city’s effort to reduce the environmental impact of food service by eliminating styrofoam and reducing single-use disposables. Officials plan to use the remaining case of styrofoam trays, bowls and to-go containers before transitioning to more environmentally-friendly versions of these items. 

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The Economic Opportunity Agency is partnering with Fayetteville Public Schools to open a Head Start facility on the ALLPS School of Innovation campus. The center, which opens Aug. 19, will serve 43 kids.

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About a month after city, county and state leaders cut the ribbon on the Northwest Arkansas Crisis Stabilization Unit in Fayetteville, county leaders called a media conference to address concerns brought up about the facility’s operations. Mental health advocates were concerned about the number of people who’ve been admitted since the unit started accepting clients two and a half weeks ago.

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The city of Fayetteville remains on track with an ambitious plan to restore and preserve the Woolsey Farmstead, a pioneer western Washington County settlement adjacent to recently conserved Woolsey Wet Prairie.

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The Rockwood Club once hosted rock and roll legends like Jerry Lee Lewis. Now there is a plan to bring the club back to life in the original building in Fayetteville.