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F’ville to offer ‘limited pour’ licenses for select businesses, special events

A new “Limited Pour” licensed is set to give some Fayetteville businesses a new tool to lure in customers. Based on the request of several boutique businesses, the limited pour license will allow businesses to offer complimentary alcoholic drinks for special events, and even everyday business in some cases. Because state law does not allow…

A state of optimism for Fayetteville’s State of the City

Fayetteville Mayor Edward Johnson offered hope and stability to citizens during his State of the City address on Thursday night. Johnson discussed several new initiatives and a strategic plan that will impact the city. His address also focused on cultivating a new business ventures and creating an improved economic infrastructure for years to come. “We…

Mickey Graves sentenced to 10 years in prison

One of Fayette County’s most high profile cases in recent memory has reached a final verdict. In a Monday morning court hearing, Fayette County Superior Court Judge Fletcher Sams accepted a guilty plea from 70-year-old Michael Lamar “Mickey” Graves on one count of involuntary manslaughter in the murder of his nephew, Jason Brett Graves, on February 20,…

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