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Kessler Mountain Regional Park Expansion
A second phase of construction is underway at Kessler Mountain Regional Park in Fayetteville. These changes will include four new ballfields, additional parking, concession restroom building and other related improvements. The city estimates the project will take around 15 months to complete and is funded through the 2019 park bond approved by Fayetteville voters. -City of Fayetteville
Kessler Mountain Park is located at 2600 W. Judge Cummings Road.
"Pure Springdale" Fuses Business & Pleasure
Mia Rose Holdings (Pure Springdale)
A commercial multifamily development in Springdale is currently underway and continues to make headway. "Pure Springdale" the 234 unit, 13.7-acre project is situated at the northwest corner of the roundabout at Don Tyson Parkway and Gene George Boulevard, south of Arvest Ballpark.
Shop the Block This Weekend in Bentonville
Still no plans for the weekend? Downtown Bentonville Inc. has announced a second "Shop the Block" event to promote shopping and dining at locally-owned shops and restaurants. The event will be held March 12-14 and encourages the community to “Spend Free Money at Downtown Businesses.”
Breaking News: Currently "Shop the Block" has hit its maximum registration limit; however, we've received word that registration will reopen today at Noon CT.
Registration, a list of participating business, and other fine print can be found HERE.
"Rogers Recovers" -State of the City Address
NWA Daily (Lake Atalanta; Rogers)
The City of Rogers held its first virtual State of the City address on Tuesday, March 9, where Mayor Greg Hines made an optimistic announcement that nearly all jobs lost due to the pandemic have been recovered. The meeting also began with a moment of silence for the 128 Rogers residents who have died due to COVID-19
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