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  • Fayetteville Police arrest teen in February rape case - WTVD-TV

    WTVD-TV -  Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department's Special Victims Unit have arrested a suspect in connection with a rape case from February. D'Andre Covington, 16, of the 700 block of CL Tart Circle has been charged with first-degree forcible rape, ...
  • Jimmy John's continues expansion into Fayetteville - Fayetteville Observer

    Fayetteville Observer -  Additional franchises are expected to open in Fayetteville. “That's our plan. Eventually,” Smith said, declining to say what sites his ownership partners are considering. “We do really good business on Skibo. We expect we'll do good business here (off ...
  • Skewered scallops sizzle with a drizzle - Fayetteville Observer

    Fayetteville Observer -  Grilled seafood, lemon, extra-virgin olive oil and herbs: This simple Mediterranean quartet of ingredients is a sure-fire combination. I first discovered it decades ago at a Greek taverna where they served whole fish char-grilled and doused with ...
  • Fayetteville police ID's juveniles blamed for $42K in vandalism damage - WNCN

    WNCN -  FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – Fayetteville police said detectives have identified the two juveniles investigators said were responsible for $42,000 worth of damage to a shopping center. The two boys were captured on surveillance footage at Bordeaux ...
  • Design Tweaks Made for Fayetteville Ballpark - Ballpark Digest

    Ballpark Digest -  Fayetteville has set a $33 million budget for the construction of its new downtown ballpark, which is slated to open in 2019 for the Buies Creek Astros (High A; Carolina League). After an initial estimate of $39 million, design firm Populous and ...
  • Show of support for club gets Fayetteville student expelled - WTVD-TV

    WTVD-TV -  In Fayetteville, a 16-year-old high school student says he was expelled for speaking his mind. The 71st High School junior was called to the principal's office after he used posters to protest the principal's decision not to allow the Black History ...

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