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When my children were young, we loved participating in reading programs at the library. We interacted with storytellers and explored the endless shelves of books with their limitless …

To say it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the home on Sylvan Road would be something of an understatement. Call it a family holiday display like you’ve never seen.

Manager announces Fayetteville police chief finalists

The Fayetteville city manager on Friday morning announced the two finalists to become the city’s next police chief and both are already familiar with the department and the community. City …

A Fort Bragg soldier was killed Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle while crossing the intersection at Knox and Honeycutt streets, the 18th Airborne Corps said. The incident happened …

A man was in stable condition after being shot in a domestic dispute early Friday in the 6300 block of Raeford Road, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

Tommy Bradford is a Fayetteville homebuilder who divides his time between this city and his home in Pinehurst, where folks there and in the rest of Moore County are coping with the results of an assault on two utility substations on Saturday. An estimated 44,000 Sandhills homes and businesses were left in the dark.

Cynthia Leeks says she thinks ShotSpotter is a good company, but she told representatives of the gunshot-detection business on Wednesday evening that the technology is not suitable for Fayetteville.

Fayetteville Regional Airport unveiled its terminal renovations and expansion on Wednesday, according to a city news release. The renovations include a new entrance canopy and enhanced security.

With an eye on neighboring Moore County, the Fayetteville Public Works Commission says it is increasing its monitoring, reviewing security procedures, and working with local authorities to ensure the delivery of services to customers.

Sweet Tea Shakespeare will present a program of folk Christmas music for three nights beginning Thursday. “Behold: A Folk Christmas Cantata” will be performed at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 1601 Raeford Road.

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