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About: fayetteville, north carolina

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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Fayetteville News
Pedestrian struck, killed by SUV on Skibo Road in Fayetteville

Authorities said an SUV was traveling northeast on Skibo Road near the All American Expressway overpass at about 9:15 p.m. when it collided with a pedestrian crossing Skibo Road. The names of all people involved in the crash were being withheld until next of kin could be notified, police said.

Old bridge replacement begins Monday -

Work on a 44-year-old bridge on Maxwell Road near the Sampson-Cumberland County border will close, beginning Monday, Aug. 21. According to a news release from the North Carolina Department of Transportation , it's one of three over South River at the county line, east of Fayetteville. A $2.7 million contract was awarded to Smith-Rowe LLC of Mount Airy.

J. Cole Will Co-Produce New PBS Docuseries 'Raising Bertie'

J. Cole unveiled his 4 Your Eyez Only documentary earlier this year, giving viewers a glimpse into his upbringing in Fayetteville, North Carolina, all while giving a voice to individuals from his hometown who had powerful, emotional stories to share with the world. Stepping away from the spotlight to give a voice to the voiceless, Cole is set to executive produce the new PBS docuseries Raising Bertie , which captures the lives of three men living in Bertie County, North Carolina.

Young and Overspent? How to Tackle Credit Card Debt

"I had to put a down payment and security deposit on an apartment. I had to move.

RCC fall enrollment mirrors that for 2016 -

Meeting on the first day of fall classes Monday, the Robeson Community College's Board of Trustees learned that enrollment is at 1,614 students, a slight drop from 2016 fall semester. When registration is final, enrollment should match last year's figure of 1,651, Bill Mauney, vice president for instruction and support services, assured the board.

Hot rhetoric unsettles the world

President Trump chose retired four-star Marine General John Kelly as his chief of staff and brought four decades of military experience to the West Wing. My mind flooded with half-century-old memories of time served as a military wife.

Motorcycle wreck closes Owen Drive in Fayetteville

Drivers traveling outbound on Owen Drive are redirected on to Southern Avenue and then to West Mountain Drive to Gillespie Street. The preliminary investigation revealed a motorcycle was traveling outbound on Owen Drive when it collided with a sedan turning left on Owen Drive.

Woman charged in fatal Fayetteville crash

Charisse Yvette Tate-Sparks, 47, of the 5100 block of Chesapeake Road, was charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

Dustin Lynch is your "ride or die" guy this fall

The "Seein' Red" hitmaker will hit the road on the 15-stop Ride or Die Tour November 3, kicking off the trek in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Along the way, Michael Ray , Ryan Hurd and LANCO will join him.

Police searching for suspects in Subway heist -

Surveillance images of two former Subway employees, wearing their uniforms inside the store on July 20. The two were fired the previous day, but reportedly returned to the business under the guise they were still employed and stole from the business, the owner said. Warrants for their arrest have been issued.

Lincoln a racist?

Republicans boastfully claim they are the party of Abraham Lincoln, but was he a racist, or merely not a champion of racial equality? Has political correctness gone too far if it is suggested that Lincoln's statue at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. be demolished or at least be moved to New Jersey? The proposal is not as farfetched as it may seem. Nationwide, several monuments have been toppled or moved to a remote location.

Miss NC gets send-off - 9:05 pm updated:

Family, friends, community members and the St. Pauls Board of Commissioners came out Thursday to send off Miss North Carolina Victoria Huggins to the Miss America pageant. At the sendoff, refreshments were served and Huggins' favorite songs were played as she greeted attendees, posed for photos and signed autographs for friends and family.

38-year-old woman accused of killing 74-year-old roommate

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The following information is courtesy of the Boone Police Department. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

City woman suspect in armed theft -

A Lumberton woman is the suspect in the armed robbery of a Fayetteville business and is being hunted by police who are asking for the public's help in finding her. Police are searching for Hillary Cheyenne Carver, 23, of the 300 block of Norment Road in Lumberton, according to information provided by the Fayetteville Police Department.

City council approves hiring of Killeen's new police chief Charles Kimble Read Story Stephen Adams

Killeen City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the appointment of Charles Kimble as police chief with a start date of Sept. 1. In recent weeks, Kimble has met with members of the police force and said he was encouraged by the staff's positive outlook regarding the department's future.

August 8, 2017 - Fayetteville helps get lights back on in Outer Banks ...

The Fayetteville Public Works Commission in Fayetteville, North Carolina, helped its neighbors on the North Carolina Outer Banks by providing material needed to expedite the building of an overhead transmission line following an accident in late July where a contractor sliced an underground transmission line, causing a widespread power outage on Hatteras and Okracoke islands. Fifty thousand or more summer vacationers were forced to evacuate.

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