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    Fayetteville Police unveil new recruitment vehicle

    A new Ford Bronco SUV has officially entered service with the Fayetteville Police Department as their dedicated recruiting vehicle after being unveiled at City Hall by the Mayor, City Council, and other City leaders Tuesday morning. Read on...
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    Read the February 2024 edition of City News

    The February 2024 edition of City News is ready for reading. This edition is full of events, construction news, and so much more. Happy reading! Read on...
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    Square Foot Ministry and many helping hands are bringing Ms. Derryll back to Church Street

    A long-time Church Street resident is returning to her childhood neighborhood this spring, but this time she will live in her own brand-new home thanks to hard work and support from a community of friends and loved ones. Read on...
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    Fayetteville’s first-ever CityVision Podcast episode focuses on downtown redevelopment

    The City of Fayetteville has published its first-ever podcast, leading out with an episode highlighting the award-winning new City Hall & City Center Park project as well as the City’s vision for the continuation of its Downtown Redevelopment Plan. Read on...
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    City Council honors P&Z Commission members Renfroe and Collins

    Eleven-year Planning & Zoning Commission members Debi Renfroe and Ken Collins were honored at the February 15 City Council meeting for their hard work and dedication on behalf of Fayetteville. Read on...
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    SCTC President Dr. Irvin Clark addresses City Council

    The Fayetteville City Council during their February 15 meeting welcomed Dr. Irvin Clark, president of Southern Crescent Technical College. Read on...
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    City Council meetings now stream live on YouTube

    Fayetteville City Council meetings, which for years have been streamed live on Facebook, now stream live on the YouTube platform as well. Read on...
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