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.
Local Newspapers: Fayetteville Observer Courier
Local Sports Teams: Fayetteville Swampdogs, Fayetteville FireAntz
Local Colleges: State UniversityFayetteville State University, Methodist University
Zip Codes associated with fayetteville, north carolina: Fayetteville Short Description
Towns/Cities near fayetteville, north carolina : Vander, Hope Mills, Fenix, Rockfish, Fort Bragg, Spring Lake, Eastover, Wade, Stedman
Edward Bowman has waited 27 years to face the man who killed his daughter. On Wednesday, he got that chance.Passenger dies after being ejected from SUV in Fayeteville wreck
The wreck happened at about 10:55 p.m. when the driver of a 2000 Ford Explorer traveling north on Bragg Boulevard ran off the road. The SUV overturned, and the passenger was ejected and killed.Fayetteville man gets five years in prison for DVD pirating
Customs agents had investigated Lusardi since mid-2012, when they started intercepting boxes of counterfeit DVDs from China heading to Fayetteville homes, authorities said. A search of Lusardi's home at 2537 Lull Water Drive turned up more than 35,000 pirated DVDs, along with equipment such as DVD burners and packaging equipment, authorities said.Fox attack a reminder of rabies dangers
There were 352 cases statewide in 2014, compared with 582 in 2004. But there is no place for complacency.Ronald Lee earns bachelor of science
Ronald O. Lee, of Aiken, was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science and Technology degree from Thomas Edison State College. A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Lee is registered with the National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists and is employed by Savannah River Nuclear Solutions LLC at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Site.Church Outreach
The deadline for church briefs is 5 p.m. on Wednesdays. Church briefs can be placed by emailing CLNLifestyle@civitasmedia.com or leaving a message at 910-644-0447.Four charged in string of Fayetteville armed robberies
Carmen Ferraris, 26, and Samuel Purcell, 28, both of Fayetteville, and Centell McGhee, 16, and Daeshaun McGhee, both of Raeford, were each charged with five counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of stolen goods. Purcell, Ferraris and Daeshaun McGhee were being held in the Cumberland County Detention Center Friday night.Man charged with murder in Spring Lake man's death
According to investigators, Nathaniel James Anthony Tearry, of 2222 Enloe Street, shot and killed Eric Kentrall Staten in a shopping center parking lot on Ray Road in Spring Lake on July 30.Woman accused of animal cruelty
According to the sheriff's office, animal control officials were notified in late November that a dog had been buried in the backyard of a home in Fayetteville. The sheriff's office said Quorcika Shacosiha Thomas refused officers access to her property, so they got a search warrant and found the remains of a tan and white Pit Bull mix buried in the backyard of her home.NC Women Veterans Home Power, Water Cut Off
The power and water has been cut to a home for women veterans in Fayetteville after the home fell behind on utility bills. NC Women Veterans Home Power, Water Cut Off FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - The power and water has been cut to a home for women veterans in Fayetteville after the home fell behind on utility bills.Father turns self in for child support
According to Richmond County Crime Stoppers, Adrian C. Bowden, with a last known address on Old Aberdeen Road, turned himself in to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office Thursday. Deputies are still on the lookout for Terrence Cephas, of Hamlet, Curtis Russell Ijames, of Mocksville, Marcus L. Jones, of Hamlet, and Mark V. McRae, of Fayetteville.Mail delivery seem slower than usual? You're not alone.
We've heard several complaints recently that the mail isn't getting delivered as quickly as people are used to. We found out the service standards changed a couple of months ago - and that could be to blame if you have experienced slower delivery.Silver Alert: Fayetteville man may be heading to Carolina Beach
Fayetteville Police say 63-year-old Terry Lee Peterson was reported missing by his family Wednesday. Peterson was last seen leaving his home Tuesday in the 500 block of Rush Road in a silver Toyota Tacoma.Flags are powerful symbols of who we are
A couple of Fridays ago, I noticed flags at half-staff at the triangle intersection in downtown Fayetteville at Hay Street and Ray Avenue. I did not immediately know what it was about, then I realized the display recognized the 11 military personnel who had lost their lives in a helicopter training accident in Florida.Vietnam vet keeps busy Fayetteville freeway free of trash
For James Day, a Vietnam veteran, it didn't seem right that a road so named should be littered with trash. So about a decade ago, Day, 79, took it upon himself to help clean the busy highway that runs from Fort Bragg to Fayetteville.Parkton woman charged following raid on nightclubs
A Parkton woman is among three Robeson County residents arrested following a seven-month investigation into alleged prostitution and drug trafficking at two nightclubs in Fayetteville. State Alcohol Law Enforcement agents charged a total of 18 people with drug trafficking, unauthorized possession of liquor and other crimes after raiding Sharky's and Sparky's on Bragg Boulevard.Man accused of stealing batteries from Cumberland school buses
Christian Dawkins, of 1810 Wayne Street, is charged with 16 counts each of felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle, misdemeanor larceny and possession of stolen goods. Dawkins is accused of stealing batteries from school busses while they were parked at several schools.
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