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    Miracle on Main Street rescheduled for Saturday, December 9

    The much-anticipated Miracle on Main Street Christmas Parade + Market has been postponed to Saturday, December 9, due to forecasted rain. The activity schedule remains the same. Read on...
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    City of Fayetteville invites public to vote for best department Christmas tree

    Eight table-top Christmas trees are on display in the Fayetteville City Hall lobby through Wednesday, December 6, and it is up to the community to decide which is the best one. Results will be published on Thursday, December 7. Read on...
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    Read the November 2023 edition of City News

    The November 2023 edition of City News is ready for reading, and it features updates on Construction in the Community, recent awards, upcoming events, and more! Read on...
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    Fireworks to cap 2023 Miracle on Main Street in Fayetteville

    Main Street Fayetteville confirmed this week that this year’s Miracle on Main Street event at City Center Park on Saturday, December 2, will include a grand fireworks display in addition to all of the other seasonal festivities. Read on...
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    Fayetteville City Center Park playground upgrades nearly complete

    Unexpected challenges have delayed the last phase of playground upgrades at Fayetteville’s City Center Park, but Public Services officials say the popular “tot lot” section should reopen soon, complete with its new sunshade structures. Read on...
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    Fayetteville City Council adopts 2023 municipal election results

    The Fayetteville City Council during its November 16 regular meeting adopted the results of the November 7 municipal elections, which included the Mayor’s seat as well as the Post 1 and Post 2 City Council seats. Read on...
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    Cemetery ‘Friends’ lay first personalized bricks and continue taking new orders

    The Friends of the Historic Fayetteville City Cemetery on October 14 laid the first batch of personalized walkway bricks. Additional bricks will be added to the walkway as more are sold and personalized. Read on...
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