About Fayetteville

Fayetteville, Arkansas was formerly known as Washington county seat in 1828, where the parish used to reside. To avoid confusing the location with Washington, Hempstead county, the name was changed a year later. As of 2009, the population of this city was 73,372, the third most populous city in the state, as well as the second most educated city, next to Maumelle. Fayettville is located in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. It is 44.5 square miles, 1.1 of which is water, and the rest of which is land. Usually, Fayetteville remains humid, but higher elevations of the Ozarks can get some of the coldest nights recorded.

According to the Fayetteville, Arkansas yellow pages, there are various points of interest. A farmers market is held from April to November in the town square; Walton Arts Center is a performing arts center, offering everything from theater, to concerts, to other cultural events all year round. The home where former President Clinton and his wife were married is now a museum in Fayetteville as well, with attractions such as a replica of Hilarys wedding dress, a photo gallery, and early presidential campaign commercials. The Fayetteville Public Library, founded in 1916, is also a great attraction. The Fayetteville, Arkansas yellow pages also lists many night life locations, such as clubs and entertainment centers. In the Fayetteville, Arkansas business directory, one can find many places to worship, find attorney and lawyer listings, and various home cleaning and repairing services. Schools and universities are readily available as well, as are financial assistance aids. However, beautician salons and health and exercise centers seem to be scarce.

Fayetteville is a city interested in education, business, history, and the preservation of the arts, rather than a place of entertainment and consumption. The city ranked 8th out of 10 top places in the United States for business and career opportunities in Forbes Magazine in 2007, and it ranked 7th in Kiplingers Best Cities to Work, Live, and Play list in 2008. The University of Arkansas track and field program, located in Fayetteville, has won 42 championship awards, earning Fayetteville the nickname track capital of the world.

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