“Living in a republic demands a great deal of us. Among the responsibilities of each citizen in a participatory democracy is keeping ourselves sufficiently informed so that we can participate effectively, argue our positions honorably, and hopefully, forge sufficient consensus to understand each other and then to govern.” – Senator Ben Sasse

We’re living in a truly unique age. With the Internet at our fingertips, it’s easier than ever to access information on a national level. But what about here in Fayetteville? It’s tough to keep up with things happening in our own community.

Fayetteville is at it’s best when we’re working together to move forward. When we strive to inform ourselves to better understand the choices our town faces. When we show up and engage with our elected officials and our community.

I firmly believe that informed citizens create better communities. The Fayetteville Weekly comes from that belief.

Each week, you’ll see new stories, videos, interviews, and more that’ll keep you in the loop on what’s happening in Fayetteville. You’ll hear from fellow citizens on what they’re doing around town. And most importantly, you’ll learn how you can help make our community just a little bit better each day.

While you’re here, go ahead and subscribe to the newsletter. That way you’ll get our handcrafted email each week. You can also follow along on Facebook and Twitter.

And if you’d like to help out with any of this, drop us a line here. We’d love to chat.

Thanks again for stopping by. And here’s to working together to move forward!

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