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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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Fayetteville News
June 17, 2018 ] SREMCa s Power Source Volunteers award scholarships Lifestyle

South River Electric Membership Corporation's volunteer organization, the Power Source Volunteers, awarded scholarships to four admirable high school seniors this year. Jacylyn Tuggle, daughter of John and Dana Tuggle of Newton Grove, will receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend Campbell University to study chemistry.

June 16, 2018 ] Circle project near completion Local

During a recent town meeting, Laura Wheeler, chair of the Citizens Improving Newton Grove , provided commissioners with an update about the circle. The goal of the landscaping project is to improve its appearance and people serving the military.

NC research finds GenX in 1 type of young fish, not others Source: AP

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Residents sue North Carolina city to repair hurricane damage

The Fayetteville Observer reported residents from four neighborhoods say the city should rebuild the dams even though they are privately owned. The residents contend the dams and lakes had become part of Fayetteville's storm-water and flood-control infrastructure and the city should replace them.

Chemours tries to ease minds of local residents | Robesonian

John Maisch, a Chemours technical supervisor, waits Tuesday to answer questions from people arriving at Faith Tabernacle Christian Center, near St. Pauls, to get information about what the company is doing to address chemical contamination in the area's drinking water. - Mike Watters, of Fayetteville, stands Tuesday at one of Chemours' information displays at Faith Tabernacle Christian Center, near St. Pauls.

June 9, 2018 ] County considers fee for video games News

The Robeson County Board of Commissioners will consider on Monday amending a zoning ordinance that applies to Internet/video-skill games to require operators to obtain a conditional-use permit and pay an annual fee on each machine. The board meets at 7 p.m. in the County Administration Building, located at 701 N. Elm St. in Lumberton.

Fort Bragg 82nd Airborne paratrooper from Kansas is killed in a motorcycle wreck

An 82nd Airborne paratrooper from Kansas was killed in a Fayetteville, N.C., motorcycle wreck on Thursday, according to Fort Bragg officials. Spc. Isaiah Flowers, 21, of Topeka, was a cannon crewmember assigned to Charlie Battery, 2-319 Airborne Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division.

June 8, 2018 ] County man killed in Fayetteville wreck News

Shaune Jacobs, 28, who is from Pembroke but was living at 4147 Glenridge Road in Fayetteville, died when he was ejected from the 2018 Dodge Ram in which he was a front-seat passenger, according to the state Highway Patrol. Patrol Sgt.

Conviction, death sentence upheld for Fayetteville girl's killer

The body of Shaniya Davis was found in a kudzu patch off N.C. Highway 87 near the Lee-Harnett county line on Nov. 16, 2009, six days after her mother, Antoinette Nicole Davis, reported her missing from their mobile home on Sleepy Hollow Drive in Fayetteville. An autopsy determined that she had been sexually assaulted and asphyxiated.

20-year-old Topeka man killed in North Carolina crash

A 20-year-old motorcyclist from Topeka, Kansas was killed when a Toyota collided with his motorcycle in Fayetteville, North Carolina Thursday evening, police said. WNCN-TV reports Julia Clay, 71, of Fayetteville faces a misdemeanor charge of death by a motor vehicle in the crash that killed Isaiah Flowers.

North Carolina Restaurant Employee Arrested for Reportedly Tainting Cheese with Rat Poison

On 6 June 2018, police in Fayetteville, North Carolina distributed a press release disclosing the arrest of a pizza restaurant employee suspected of contaminating cheese with rat poison: The preliminary investigation revealed that a manager was preparing pizza when he observed an unknown substance mixed into the shredded cheese. The manager immediately stopped preparing pizza and reviewed surveillance footage to determine who prepared the shredded cheese.

Pizza maker put suspected rat poison in the cheese, police say

A Fayetteville man has been arrested for allegedly putting suspected rat poison in pizza cheese in the shop where he worked, reports CBS Raleigh, N.C. affiliate WNCN-TV . Surveillance footage revealed that 59-year-old Ricky Adami placed what's thought to be rat poison in the shredded cheese machine at Primo Pizza, police said.

$147M grant to provide I-95 upgrade

A federal highway grant totaling $147 million will be used to make Interstate 95 eight lanes wide from Exit 20 at Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, to Exit 40, south of Fayetteville, among other projects. The $147 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant was announced this week by United State Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, both Republicans from North Carolina.

Pizzeria employee put poison into the cheese, police say Source: Cox Media Group

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Police: Employee at Fayetteville pizzeria put rat poison in cheese

Police said a manager at Primo Pizza and Italian Eatery at 2810 Raeford Road was preparing a pizza when he noticed an unknown substance mixed with the shredded cheese. Authorities said surveillance video showed Ricky Lee Adami, 59, of the 3100 block of Imperial Drive, putting rat poison into the cheese shredder machine.

A restaurant employee put rat poison in the pizza cheese, NC cops say

A North Carolina pizzeria employee is accused of putting rat poison in the Fayetteville establishment's food, according to police. Ricky Lee Adami, 55, of the 3100 block of Imperial Drive in Fayetteville, was an employee at the Primo Pizza restaurant at 2810 Raeford Road.

North Carolina gets $147M grant for highway improvements

North Carolina's senators say the U.S. Department of Transportation will award nearly $150 million for infrastructure projects across highway corridors in eastern parts of the state. U.S. Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, and Gov. Roy Cooper, told news outlets in statements Tuesday that the $147 million grant will help widen up to 25 miles of Interstate 95 and upgrade parts U.S. Route 70 to make it Interstate 42. It's unclear when construction will begin.

Newborn's photoshoot with her late father's 'army brothers' leaves everyone teary-eyed

To mark Christian's birth and this year's Memorial Day, his mother planned a moving tribute for her late husband. In a poignant reminder of the countless sacrifices made by military families for their country, a newborn's photoshoot from America has got everyone teary-eyed on social media.

Rapper J. Cole's childhood home vandalized

In the photo, the words "J. Cole...Do you even care about the ville" are spray painted on the Fayetteville home on Forest Hills Drive.

Found Dog, Chocolate Lab in Fayetteville

Additional Comments: found a female chocolate lab on Yadkin RD. Fayetteville no microchip or collar.

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