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  1. Drug Arrest 2022-11-12b

    Fayetteville Police make trafficking arrest netting five pounds of drugs and two guns

    Five pounds of drugs and two guns are off the streets after a Fayetteville Police Officer pulled over a vehicle late Saturday afternoon for a window tint violation. Read on...
  2. Main Street ornaments photo 2022-11-11

    Main Street Fayetteville Christmas ornaments on sale at City Hall

    Limited-edition Christmas ornaments celebrating the history of Fayetteville are available for sale at Fayetteville City Hall, and now you can browse the available ornaments, including their prices and stories, on a special web page. Read on...
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    Read the October 2022 edition of City News

    October was a busy month for the City of Fayetteville, and the October edition of City News revisits many of the highlights. Read on...
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    City welcomes Enzo with grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony

    The City of Fayetteville officially welcomed Enzo Steakhouse & Bar in the Town at Trilith neighborhood on Monday evening, November 7, with a ribbon cutting during their grand opening gala. Read on...
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    Police ask for help reporting panhandling

    The Fayetteville Police Department has received several reports of “panhandling” recently. Anyone who observes panhandling is asked to alert law enforcement immediately by dialing 911. Read on...
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    New Fayetteville Public Safety video reminds drivers to “move over” for roadside emergency vehicles

    June 16, 2022 – The City of Fayetteville Fire and Police departments have collaborated to produce a public safety advisory video reminding the public to “move over” when they see actively engaged emergency services vehicles on the side of the road. Read on...
  7. City Center Park&#39s splash pad is a top attraction in warmer months.
  8. City Center Park&#39s splash pad is a top attraction in warmer months.

    City Center Park’s safe use of its water features

    Friday, June 10, 2022 – The summer months are approaching, and temperatures are rising. The City Center Park is experiencing large numbers of guests using the park amenities. Read on...
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    City asks community to help look after City Center Park

    As temperatures rise, the new City Center Park is experiencing a rise in the number of guests enjoying the amazing space, and City leaders are asking guests to help keep it clean and functioning properly. Read on...
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    City of Fayetteville promotes utilities and rental assistance programs

    Fayetteville, Georgia – January 28, 2022 – The City of Fayetteville is helping to raise awareness of the federally-funded Emergency Rental Assistance Program and Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (also for heating and cooling bills). Read on...
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