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Statement Regarding Wrongful Death Coverage

The Fayette County News recently published an article regarding a civil case of wrongful death involving Mr. Dickey Denney that...

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Seating Capacity Reduced for August 23 BOE Meeting

In order to protect the health of persons attending the Fayette County Board of Education meeting on August 23 at...

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New Art Therapy Practice Opens in Fayetteville

By Michael Cuneo One of the newest businesses in Fayette County takes a unique approach to therapy and mental wellbeing....

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“They were left to die alone,” Fayetteville City Council Member and Father-in-Law of Woman Murdered in Piedmont Park speaks out.

By Michael Cuneo

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Governor prohibits vaccine passports

By John Thompson john@fayette-news.net Governor Brian Kemp is following some of his fellow Republican governors and taking steps to outlaw...

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Police explore non-lethal weapon

By Alexander Cain alex@fayette-news.net It is a non-lethal alternative for use in what could otherwise be potentially lethal situations —...

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Fayette Commission approves subdivision

By Alexander Cain alex@fayette-news.net If you’re looking for a place to live in Fayette County, there may be more options...

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Wreck leaves one dead

By John Thompson john@fayette-news.net Last Wednesday night was a tragic one in Fayetteville. Fayetteville Police are investigating a traffic fatality...

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Memorial Day Crosses in Tyrone

By Pam Dufresne pamdufresne@yahoo.com Twenty-three white memorial crosses were placed in the front of Patriot Park in Tyrone Saturday morning...

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Board of Education seeks public comment for proposed 2022 budget

Board of Education hosting public comment sessions for proposed 2022 budget The Fayette County Board of Education will hold two...

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Quick-thinking student saves child from drowning

Special to Fayette County News A day by the pool could have ended in tragedy, but the quick thinking of...

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