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‘She was a wonderful girl’

The grandparents of the woman who was fatally shot by Fayetteville police on Friday night dispute the department’s account of the incident.   "This was bad. It was an egregious …

A woman was found shot to death Wednesday morning in a street in north Fayetteville.  Fayetteville police officers were dispatched just after 10:50 a.m. to the 2000 block of Blake Street in reference to a shooting. Blake Street is off Sherman Drive in north Fayetteville.

Pilot sexual assault nurse training program would get boost from NC budget

The state’s nearly $2 billion budget for the new fiscal year includes $1.5 million to boost Fayetteville State University’s fledgling training program for sexual assault nurse examiners, or SANE nurses.

Mayor Mitch Colvin, his challenger Freddie Delacruz and all of our Fayetteville City Council members and all but one of their opponents were up early for the Greater Fayetteville Chamber …

Can anything be done about continual issues with having household garbage picked up? I live in the city limits and on a cul-de-sac. My entire street is skipped repeatedly. To ease in getting around the cul-de-sac, a smaller truck has been used recently.

People gathered at Festival Park on Monday to celebrate July 4th. 

Early voting begins Thursday in the elections for Fayetteville mayor and City Council. The one-stop early-voting period ends on July 23, a Saturday.

Sustaining local farmers with creative ARPA funds application

Linda Brittain was setting up her stand at the Mills River Farm Market one Saturday morning when she saw a little boy pick up a stone from the ground and hand it to her.  He was trying …

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CityView TODAY is now accepting letters to the editor. It’s one of several ways that you can engage with us about stories and issues in our community. The others are by posting comments on …

The city of Fayetteville is encouraging residents to apply for upcoming vacancies on several boards and commissions with a wide variety of oversight.

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