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Officials encourage additional safety measures
City officials are urging rail trail users to exercise caution while on the trail after a woman was brutally sexually assaulted early Saturday evening.
Stonestreet next entry in concert series
After playing music since they were both youngsters, friends and neighbors David Fitzwater and Steve Fish got together about a quarter-century ago to talk music.
Co-sleeping allegedly led to deaths
The parents of two Fayette County children who were reported dead inside their home March 11 were arrested Wednesday on charges that they negligently used alcohol and/or marijuana before rolling over on the children during the night, causing the infants to suffocate, Fayette Sheriff’s Capt. Jim Sizemore reported.
What is the state of our health in Fayette County?
I normally prefer to write articles about what’s great about our community. Or what we can do to make it great.
This is not going to be one of those articles.
Applications accepted for county 4-H camps
Are you looking for ways to get your kids out of the house? Are they looking for ways to hang out with their friends, have fun, and maybe learn while they’re at it?
Hilltop couple arrested in deaths of children
The parents of two Fayette County children who were reported dead inside their home March 11 were arrested Wednesday on charges that they negligently used drugs and alcohol and then slept with their children, causing the two victims’ death by suffocation, Fayette Sheriff’s Capt. Jim Sizemore reported.
Nominations accepted for Fayetteville Citizen of Year
In preparation for the annual 4th of July celebration in Fayetteville, the GFWC Fayetteville Junior Woman’s Club once again is taking nominations for Fayetteville Citizen of the Year.
County schools raise over $10K for AHA group
The American Heart Association is proud to announce that Fayette County schools helped bring in over $10,000 towards the fight against our #1 killer: Heart disease. Fourteen out of the 18 schools in the district completed a Jump Rope For Heart event with their students in an effort to raise life-saving funds for the American Heart Association.
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