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Manna Church opens men’s shelter downtown

Walter Green says he would be homeless, living under the nearby Person Street bridge, if it weren’t for the new transitional Manna Dream Center men’s shelter. The ribbon-cutting for the 2,800-square-foot facility was held Friday in front of the shelter on Person Street.

What’s next for N.C. redistricting?

After a two-week sprint, the state Supreme Court’s deadline looms for North Carolina’s General Assembly to submit revised political maps after justices ruled the prior maps to be unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders favoring Republicans. 

Crime is a growing concern in this community. Particularly homicides, where the city alone reported 48 homicides in 2021, and already six this year. “We’re trying to find ways to …

Fayetteville native among eight who died in weekend plane crash

A 45-year-old Fayetteville native was among the eight people who died in a plane crash off the North Carolina coast last weekend. Douglas Hunter Parks, 45, and his girlfriend, Stephanie Fulcher, were in the aircraft that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday, authorities said.

Two injured in mobile home fire Thursday

The Fayetteville Fire Department is investigating a mobile home fire Thursday that injured two people. The fire was reported around 6:45 p.m. on the 400 block of Andy Street. When firefighters arrived they …

40th Dogwood Festival to feature diverse musical acts

The 1990s alternative-rock bands Hoobastank and Marcy Playground will headline the opening night concert of the 40th Fayetteville Dogwood Festival while three national recording country acts will share the stage on the second night, organizers announced Wednesday night.

FSU gives all-clear after bomb threat prompts evacuation

Fayetteville State University gave an all-clear update Wednesday afternoon after a bomb threat earlier in the day prompted an evacuation and the cancellation of classes.

The Fayetteville Sports Club will hold a dual Hall of Fame ceremony this year for its classes of 2021 and 2022. No ceremony was held in 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic although a class of honorees was selected and previously announced.

Dr. Jennifer Green grew silent, her emotions no longer held in check as her eyes welled with tears. The director of the Cumberland County Department of Public Health had been asked by a reporter how difficult it has been making decisions and recommendations during the pandemic with potential lives on the line in the community.

A Raleigh lawyer said he is planning to appeal a decision by Fayetteville’s Ethics Commission to dismiss all eight complaints that it heard against Police Chief Gina Hawkins last month.

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