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- City Announces Labor Day Schedule
The City of Fayetteville has announced its closings and schedules for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5.
08/31/2016 3:53 PMdetail
- Opioid Task Force Holds Press Conference Aug. 30
The Opioid Abuse & Awareness Task Force is holding a press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 4:30 p.m. to announce what the task force has been doing and some of its findings.
08/26/2016 10:15 AMdetail
- Great Turnout at Real Talk Community Meeting
Approximately 100 residents attended the Aug. 24 Real Talk Community Meeting at Kingdom Impact Global Ministries and brought questions and comments that will be addressed to help better Fayetteville, and in particular, the Murchison Road corridor.
08/24/2016 12:34 PMdetail
- Ray Avenue Lanes to Close During Festival Park Construction
Work crews are busy replacing the footbridge in Festival Park across Cross Creek.
08/23/2016 5:14 PMdetail
- Airport Begins Expedited Screening Process for Active Duty Military
Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 23, Fayetteville Regional Airport will implement an expedited TSA screening process for active duty military personnel.
08/22/2016 4:57 PMdetail
- Real Talk Community Meeting
Fayetteville residents are invited to attend the Real Talk Community Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at 7 p.m.at Kingdom Impact Global Ministries, located at 2503 Murchison Road.
08/22/2016 2:20 PMdetail
- Keith A. Bates, Sr. Pool Hours
Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 30, operational hours at the Keith A. Bates, Sr. Pool, located at College Lakes Recreation Center, will be adjusted because of the school year.
08/19/2016 3:31 PMdetail
- Veterans Internship Program Employs Our Nation’s Heroes
(Fayetteville, N.C.) – The City of Fayetteville is helping employ our nation’s heroes through its Veterans Internship Program (VIP), which is funded through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
08/19/2016 10:39 AMdetail
- Environmental Services Director Retires
With more than 35 years in his career at the City of Fayetteville, Environmental Services Department Director Jerry Dietzen announces his retirement effective Nov. 1, 2016.
08/18/2016 12:44 PMdetail
- City Approves Memorandum of Understanding with Houston Astros
Tonight, the City Council unanimously approved the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Fayetteville and the Houston Astros.
08/17/2016 7:50 PMdetail
- Volunteers Canvas Neighborhoods for the City
The City of Fayetteville is in the process collecting data all this week that will be used in development of a comprehensive plan for our community.
08/17/2016 2:41 PMdetail
- Baseball Public Hearing Being Held Aug. 11
The Fayetteville City Council and its baseball committee is holding a public hearing to hear from residents about the potential for bringing a Minor League Baseball team to Fayetteville.
08/10/2016 11:17 AMdetail
- Stuff the Bus with FAST
The Fayetteville Area System of Transit (FAST) is holding a back-to-school drive, dubbed “Stuff the Bus,” from Aug. 15-19.
08/09/2016 2:46 PMdetail
- Parks & Recreation Mountain Bike Trail
Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation has opened a new and exciting mountain bike trail.
08/08/2016 12:43 PMdetail
- Train Depot Work Underway
The Amtrak Train Depot, located on Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville, is receiving a makeover.
08/04/2016 3:09 PMdetail
- Trash Route Delayed, Most Yard Waste Routes Delayed
One trash route is delayed today because of equipment failures. Most yard waste routes are delayed because of the effect of heat on employees.
07/26/2016 3:44 PMdetail
- Salvation Army Opens Cooling Station
The Salvation Army opened a cooling station July 22 at its Emergency Shelter to ensure that residents have a safe place to stay cool during the forecasted extreme heat.
07/26/2016 9:55 AMdetail
- Youth County Government Tour Begins Today
Youth ages 13-17, which includes the Fayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council, are learning about Cumberland County Government this week during the Youth Government Tour.
07/25/2016 3:22 PMdetail
- Cape Fear River Trail Receives Funding
The City of Fayetteville has been awarded a $125,000 grant from the State of North Carolina for the Cape Fear River Trail project.
07/25/2016 11:09 AMdetail
- Safety in Extreme Heat Main Concern for Environmental Services
City Environmental Services is taking precautions to protect its drivers from heat-related issues and illness.
07/25/2016 10:58 AMdetail