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Welcome to your 2012-2013 guide to Fayetteville
We hope this guide will give you a good introduction to our community and all the important information you need to know about your new home.
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Fayetteville in Photos
Happy birthday Fayetteville!
Downtown is growing with new restaurants, markets and coffee shops. Construction cranes are still busy at Fort Bragg. And residents have more green space than ever - Cross Creek Linear Park has a new section, and Carvers Creek State Park is under way.
How to get settled in Fayetteville
If you live in the Fayetteville metro area, odds are you're younger and doing better financially than folks who live elsewhere in the state. Your family or household is likely larger and you're more likely to have been born in another state — and to have moved here from another state or even another country within the past year.
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