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With a population of over 200,000 people, Fayetteville ranks as the sixth-largest city in North Carolina, just behind Durham, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh and Charlotte. Fort Bragg, an army base located in Fayetteville, became a huge training post for over 200,000 soldiers before they were sent to Vietnam in the late '60s and early '70s. Some notable residents of the Fayetteville area include professional PGA golfer Raymond Floyd, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, and Oscar nominated actress Julianne Moore.

Population: 200564
Local Newspapers: Fayetteville Observer
Local Sports Teams: Fayetteville Swampdogs Fayetteville FireAntz
Local Colleges: Fayetteville State University Methodist University

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If you get too sick to work, don't count on your disability payments for help

Rick Craddock of Raleigh initially applied for disability benefits in August 2016 and appealed the denial in February. - People too ill to work are now waiting more than two years for the federal government to cut their first disability check.

U.S. dis as ter re sponse re mains slow, in ad e quate

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson was in Fayetteville on Friday to look at damage caused by Hurricane Matthew in October of 2016, to see what's been fixed and what has not. Nearly 18 months after the worst flooding in Fayetteville's history, there's altogether too much still awaiting repair.

Police: 2 killed when Corvette crashed into another vehicle in Fayetteville

Police said the crash happened just before 9 a.m. on Cliffdale Road near South Reilly Road. The driver of the 2006 Corvette crossed over the center median and crashed into a 2016 Kia Sorento that was traveling the opposite direction.

'Express wedding:' These Gaston couples tied the knot on Valentine's Day

A pair of Gastonia lovebirds have a lot to be thankful for this week: especially a well-timed nail in a tire. It happened last year, as Kristina Sears drove with her kids through Spring Lake, a few miles northwest of Fayetteville.

North Carolina deputy cleared in student's pepper spraying

A sheriff's deputy in North Carolina has been cleared after he used pepper spray on a high school student. Cumberland County Sheriff's Lt.

February 13, 2018 ] Opioid Task Force announces progress a " hopes to get stronger News

The county-wide support for the fledgling Opioid Task Force remained strong Tuesday, as a diverse group of 56 local and regional leaders gathered at Bladen Community College for its sixth monthly meeting. But the call that went out a number of times emphasized the need for that support to continue growing in numbers.

Man charged with murder in connection to Fayetteville man's 2014 disappearance

Police said they charged Howard Adrian Ashleman, 24, of Wade, with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in the disappearance of James Allan Chambers II. Chambers was last seen on Aug. 15, 2014, and was reported missing on Aug. 24 of that year.

Deputies: 3 face prostitution charges after raid at NC spa

A trio was arrested on prostitution charges last week after the public complained about men coming and going from a spa in Hoke County, deputies say. Officers targeted the Serenity Beauty and Spa at 3999 Fayetteville Road in Raeford, according to a news release from the Hoke County Sheriff's Office.

Registered sex offender charged with statutory rape

A registered sex offender was arrested Thursday and charged with the statutory rape of an 11-year-old child in the western part of Wayne County. Daniel Arthur Louk, 40, a homeless man from Cumberland County, was arrested by Wayne County Sheriff's Office detectives in Fayetteville.

Merged lawsuit filed against DuPont and Chemours in North Carolina

Residents of Wilmington, N.C., shown in the background, are among those filing a class-action suit over tainted drinking water from the Cape Fear River. Residents of Wilmington, N.C., shown in the background, are among those filing a class-action suit over tainted drinking water from the Cape Fear River.

Hall makes Round Table for 10th year -

The financial planner has been approved for membership in the 2018 Million Dollar Round Table and is now a qualifying member with 10 years of membership. Hall is chief executive officer of Tax-Sheltered Planning, a retirement plan specialist company in Fayetteville.

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River Voices: "River Voices: Voices of Robeson County" concert will be held at the First Baptist Church 416 S. Main St. in Fairmont. Art reception: An opening reception for "The Story of The Exodus," a series of 24 lithographs by Marc Chagall, will be at the David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Admission is free.

HUD chief Carson surveys storm damage in Fayetteville 16 months after Matthew

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson and Republican 9th District Congressman Robert Pittenger visited homes hit hard by the hurricane and reassured Mayor Mitch Colvin and other city leaders that those impacted by the storm have not been forgotten. More than half of the buildings at the 100-unit Mt Sinai Homes complex off Murchison Road, near Fayetteville State University, were damaged by the storm, and repairs are still being made to apartments in the federally subsidized complex.

Fayetteville man charged with sex crimes, forcing kids to live in - abhorrent...conditions'

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. A Fayetteville man is accused of sex offenses involving a minor and allowing three children to live in deplorable conditions, Cumberland County Sheriff Ennis Wright said. Earnest Dean Alderidge, 45, of Fayetteville is charged with second-degree forcible rape, second-degree forced sex offense and other sex crimes.

Fayetteville man leads Richmond County deputies on chase into Moore County -

Investigators were looking into reports of drug activity in the Hoffman area on Wednesday when they attempted to stop a white Toyota passenger car, according to a release from the Richmond County Sheriff's Office. The driver of the car refused to stop, leading deputies on a high-speed pursuit, reaching speeds of 115 mph, into Moore County, investigators say.

North Carolina Hurricane Relief Visit, One Year in Trump's Cabinet

Bo Thompson talks to HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, ahead of his Friday visit to Fayetteville. Carson details his joint visit with Congressman Robert Pittenger and Eastern NC Hurricane Matthew victims.

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