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Ke Huy Quan made a tearful speech accepting the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in the film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” near the beginning of Sunday night’s Oscar broadcast. “For all of the actors out there, please keep your dreams alive,” Quan said. Fayetteville native Brian Tyree Henry, who was among the four other actors nominated in the category, can take that message to heart.

Downtown Fayetteville will celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the "Irish You Would" bar crawl from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday. Participating businesses will offer free goodies while supplies last, according to Cool Spring Downtown District.

When you are a newsman in this community, you hope for law enforcement leaders like Kem Braden. Leaders who are upfront with the media when it comes to crime, and, more important, as candid as they can be with residents of the community, who just wish for a safe place to go about their daily lives in peace.

CSX Corp. will temporarily close the South Broad Street railroad crossing for maintenance beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, according to a city of Fayetteville news release.

A months-long narcotics investigation resulted in the seizure of nearly 170 grams of illegal drugs and the arrest of two men, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. On Thursday, the …

A Fayetteville woman was charged with trespassing on a school bus Friday morning, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. Tikieda Paulette Gee, 41, was arrested about 9:41 a.m.

One person’s concern about suspicious activity led to three arrests on drug or other charges in the 500 block of Edward Street, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. The …

City evaluating private streets to determine if they are safe for trash pickup

Starting July 1, Fayetteville residents who live on certain private streets won’t have their household trash picked up at their homes but at an alternative site with easier access for garbage trucks. The change is part of an ordinance adopted by the Fayetteville City Council on Feb. 27. The ordinance is meant to protect city vehicles and employees from the hazards of working on unmaintained private streets.

A funny thing happened on my way to full retirement, leaning back in my comfy chair and watching reruns of “Law & Order.” I got bored. Quickly. After nearly 40 years of covering …

Fayetteville City Councilman Derrick Thompson wants to change the length of terms of office for council members from two to four years and to stagger terms for future councils. He says doing so will help the city with long-term strategic planning and projects. Councilman Mario Benavente joined Councilwoman Kathy Keefe Jensen in opposing Thompson’s request.

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