Ethnic and racial diversity in Northwest Arkansas will continue its steady increase over the next five years, demonstrating that the region must embrace the long-term transition to continue its stellar economic performance.
Fayetteville is one of four cities in the Central U.S. vying to host one of the world’s premier endurance tests.
Officials with the Ironman Triathlon announced today that Northwest Arkansas’ Fayetteville is competing against Des Moines, Tulsa and Memphis to host the event in the late spring or early summer 2020. A final selection will be made in June, officials said.
Northwest Arkansas is the one of the nation’s best regions in the country, according to a new ranking by a highly regarded publication.
Frontier Airlines announced today that it will provide its low-cost flights to Northwest Arkansas passengers hungry for affordable fares, starting this summer.
Rogers city leaders were joined by Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to celebrate the massive expansion of logistics company Transplace in Northwest Arkansas.
A groundbreaking ceremony took place today at the building site, located on Magnolia Road near Interstate 49 in Rogers. Construction on the new 150,000-square-foot operations center is set to begin immediately, and Transplace is expected to provide hundreds of additional jobs as it transitions from its Lowell location to Rogers in early 2021. It currently employs more than 600 people in Northwest Arkansas.