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Crews will soon begin a three-month-long project to add over 250 trees and shrubs to the medians along recently widened sections of Crossover Road and Garland Avenue in Fayetteville.

Crews will soon begin a three-month-long project to add over 250 trees and shrubs to the medians along recently widened sections of Garland Avenue and Crossover Road in Fayetteville.

The outer, eastbound lane of North Street is closed this week between Leverett and Gregg avenues while a Transportation Division crew works to install a storm drain inlet.

Drivers can expect slower moving traffic on a portion of North Street this week.

PIGShibition - The pigs are painted by local artists, sponsored by local businesses and then placed somewhere in town. The Top Hog pigs will stay with their sponsors, and the Blue Ribbon pigs will be sold during the “Piggies go to Market” event inside the Fayetteville Town Center on March 14, 2013.

The pigs are painted by local artists, sponsored by local businesses and then placed around town.

Block Avenue bike racks - The racks are intended to reflect the diverse types of businesses that line the street. They were designed by local artist Eugene Sargent, and paid for by the Block Street Business Association from merchandise sales generated during the 2012 Block Street Block Party.

The racks were designed by local artist Eugene Sargent, and paid for by the Block Street Business Association from merchandise sales generated during the 2012 Block Street Block Party.

Block Avenue bike racks - The racks are intended to reflect the diverse types of businesses that line the street. They were designed by local artist Eugene Sargent, and paid for by the Block Street Business Association from merchandise sales generated during the 2012 Block Street Block Party.

The racks were designed by local artist Eugene Sargent, and paid for by the Block Street Business Association from merchandise sales generated during the 2012 Block Street Block Party.

Pumpkin Risotto

To celebrate the official arrival of fall, I wanted to make something quintessentially. And to me, that means pumpkin. I stopped by our neighborhood farm stand and was overwhelmed at the assortment of unique heirloom varieties.

Jack Luper memorial signs in place along Joyce Boulevard

Signs memorializing Jack Luper, Fayetteville city transportation worker who died last year after being struck by a vehicle, are now in place along Joyce Boulevard.

Tuna & Spinach Shells

it served as my lunchtime leftovers until midweek, and seemed to get better and better by the day. Another idea is to divide the shells into two smaller dishes, and bake one while freezing the other.

Spicy Truffled Popcorn

What starts as perfectly yummy stovetop popcorn gets amped up with the addition of truffle oil, parmesan cheese and a nice blend of zesty spices, and mellowed out with plenty of melted butter. It’s perfect for a cozy night in with a movie.

Tortellini Salad

The flavor combination can’t get much better – cheesy tortellini paired with crunchy green veggies and toasty pine nuts, creamy avocado and zesty sprouts, with a garlicky, lemony pop from the dressing.

Chicken & Bean Bake

Serve this hearty dish with crusty bread to soak up the delicious sauce, and reward yourself for all your hard work this holiday season.