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TheatreSquared launches public phase of campaign, breaks ground in Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Artistic Director Bob Ford teared up when he began thanking some of the partners who made the early stages of TheatreSquared possible. He wasn't acting. Continue reading...

Willow Heights plan in Fayetteville moves along, neighbors seek other options

Subscriber onlyMembers of the public expressed their feelings about moving residents out of public housing at Willow Heights and into a Section 8 program at Morgan Manor but the process likely will go on as planned. Continue reading...

Fayetteville City Council makes room in code for medical marijuana facilities

Subscriber only An amendment the City Council passed Tuesday allows shopping in an industrial district so a potential medical marijuana growth facility and dispensary could operate within the city. Continue reading...

Fayetteville ordinance committee kicks around College Avenue rezoning ideas

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- City officials will take aspects of the College Avenue rezoning proposal back to the drawing board but leave plenty of time for public comment after the Ordinance Review Committee makes any revisions. Continue reading...

City prepares to remove trees from Lake Fayetteville dam

Subscriber onlyThe sycamore trees lining the Lake Fayetteville dam could cause a rupture that would flood Johnson and anything in between, which is why the trees are getting cut down this summer. Continue reading...

Fayetteville library offers cardholders free online access to legal forms

Subscriber onlyThe city's library has added a free service for people seeking basic legal documents to the growing list of expanded operations paid for through the millage increase voters approved in August. Continue reading...

Guest ranch plan for Fayetteville moves along

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A plan to bring a guest ranch to a largely wooded area with few homes in the southwest part of town cleared the first hurdle but still has the specifics to go. Continue reading...

Fayetteville Public Library offers free legal documents

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The city's library has added a free service for people seeking basic legal documents to the growing list of expanded operations paid for through the millage increase voters approved in August. Continue reading...

Fayetteville residents, neighbors voice concerns over Willow Heights move

Subscriber onlySome residents living in public housing at Willow Heights and their neighbors worry the area they will move to lies farther from a grocery store or the library and has more crime. Continue reading...

Public comment during Fayetteville council meetings limited to five minutes

Subscriber only Residents who wish to give the City Council a piece of their mind during meetings now will have a maximum of five minutes to do so, with a few exceptions. Continue reading...

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Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeti...

Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeting at City Hall.

Published: June 27, 2017

 Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood...

Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood plan during a Fayetteville Ci...

Published: June 7, 2017

Erika Wilhite, artistic director for the Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, speaks Friday in front of a fu...

Erika Wilhite, artistic director for the Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, speaks Friday in front of a full schedule of events lined up...

Published: May 29, 2017

Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King ...

Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and South Oak Ro...

Published: May 8, 2017

A trailer park with about 50 mobile homes can be seen from Poplar Street and Leverett Avenue in Faye...

A trailer park with about 50 mobile homes can be seen from Poplar Street and Leverett Avenue in Fayetteville on Thursday. The City...

Published: May 1, 2017

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