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Hometown Hero

The Cool Spring Downtown District, home of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum and the NC Veterans Park in partnership with Cumberland County Veteran’s Council, the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation and the City of Fayetteville, NC Government have initiated a new City of Fayetteville recognition – the Hometown Hero Award. The award presentation will kick off the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Heroes Homecoming Centennial of Service Speaker...

General James J. Lindsay

CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TO PRESENT INAUGURAL AWARD TO  GENERAL JAMES J. LINDSAY   The Cool Spring Downtown District, home of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum and the North Carolina Veterans Park, in partnership with Cumberland County Veterans Council, the Airborne and Special Operation Museum Foundation and the City of Fayetteville, has initiated a new City of Fayetteville recognition –...

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings in the Cool Spring Downtown District The 9th annual Zombie Walk is scheduled for Fourth Friday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 10 p.m. The event will begin with a pre-party at the Headquarters Library at 300 Maiden Lane. The party will include a DJ, face-painting/zombie makeup by Paul Mitchell The School Fayetteville and children’s events. The walk is scheduled...

Busker Programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 3, 2018                                                                                                            CONTACT: Melissa...

Post-Flo Resources

It’s been quite a week! Most downtown homes and businesses were spared any significant damage but we know that isn’t the case everywhere in our community!  With that in mind, we’re sharing links to some resources to help homeowners, property owners, and business owners get back on track: Disaster Recovery Assistance Guide Disaster Assistance Approvement Plan (file online) SBA Disaster...

14 July 2018 Historic Tours

  The Cool Spring Downtown District will host “Historic Tours of Old Fayetteville by Horse and Carriage” Saturday morning July 14th, hourly from9am to 12noon. In conjunction with the African World Peace Festival, the tour will feature the 19th-century home of E.E. Smith, president from 1883-1925 at the teacher’s college that is now Fayetteville State University. Tickets are $25 per person ($20 with...

Market Square Water Main Project Update

The following areas will be closed to all traffic through 5pm Friday, July 13th: *The odd-numbered (WCCG & Lawyers’ Bldg.) side of the 100 block of Gillespie Street, *The Market House Circle between Gillespie and Person Streets *The even-numbered side of the 100 block of Person Street, from Bow Street to just before the Market House (Circa & Charley’s side) Parking spaces may be...

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– Rick H.

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