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The Fayetteville Regional airport received a twenty million dollar grant in 2016 to renovate the terminal. Built in 1969, the terminal was in dire need of work to facilitate security checkpoints and connection halls. While the facilities may need some work, their maintenance has been exceptional. The airport has received a perfect score on yearly safety exams and has been certified as a Green Business.
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St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church has been a source of social justice and spiritual enlightenment. On the National Registry of Historic Places, it has long historical ties with its area’s black community. The church founded for a black congregation also helped to found the Howard School, a parochial school, and social hall to military families denied access to the local USO.
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20334
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From the recreational cyclist to the competitive cyclist, Fayetteville offers a niche for all cycling enthusiasts in their bike-friendly community.
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Savages Barbershop and Hair Salon, of Fayetteville, aims to be a cut above other local barbershops. The store owner, a member of the military, wanted to create an atmosphere which invited customers back. So far, the business has been a success as many clients feel welcomed, particularly those stationed at Fort Bragg.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , July/August 2016, p40-45, il, por Periodical Website
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22740
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Cumberland County has many special places to offer the visitor and the native. Among them is the small community of Stedman.
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22731
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A Fayetteville couple credits the Uniformed Services Organization (USO) with bringing them together 65 years ago.
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36174
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Pamolu Oldham measured the value of art by the amount of light and way that space was used. Being mindful of these aspects generated an awareness of other aspects, valuable on both sides of the canvas: people and animals, interior and exterior settings, and objects secular and sacred.
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22597
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The percentage of women taking over the ownership and management of family businesses has recently significantly increased, and North Carolina is no exception. From gardens and pipe supply, to lumber companies and investments, North Carolina has the third fastest growth of women-owned businesses in the country.
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22754
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Many fall festivals that can be found across North Carolina.
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19482
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Going to the beach often means sun and sand, but at Fort Fisher, visitors can walk with history at the American Civil War fort.
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34875
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The non-profit organization Operation Inasmuch of Fayetteville hosts an annual fundraiser. The event, called Bread ‘n Bowls, raises money to help feed the local community. Several local potters donate un-finished clay bowls which are then decorated by community members involved with Operation Inasmuch. The bowls are used as dinnerware at the event where attendees can eat with the community. Attendees can take home the bowl as a memory of the event and to raise awareness for the organization.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , October 2016, p48-53, il, por Periodical Website
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22738
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The Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery and the Mash House Brewery and Chjophouse are among the popular local breweries in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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34907
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Farr Fitness in Fayetteville, North Carolina, operates out of the home of Brian and Morgan Farr. In 2015, the Farr family began inviting friends to train with them. As they formed a small community, they decided to run Farr Fitness as a free gym and Christian ministry. Over the past two years, more than 350 people have trained with the Farr’s.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , January/February 2017, p12-13, il, por Periodical Website
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Part two of the series profiling the Fayetteville Police Department.