Good News Fayetteville


We want to highlight some of the positive things going down in town this week to bring a smile to your face. Thank you to all the essential folks and helpers who are serving on the front lines and supporting our community!

West Virginia Hero’s of 2020

Jay Young with Adventures on The Gorge has started the West Virginia’s Heroes of 2020 Series showcasing the helpers, heroes and volunteers who are stepping up in the midst of the global pandemic to make their communities better places and to ease our path in these difficult times. The latest episode features Cliff Sullivan who talks about 3D printing face shields for healthcare workers. Check out the video here

The Grove Concert Streaming Series

The Grove is doing a Streaming Concert Series for local and regional artists to perform from the safety of their home, LIVE on The Grove’s Facebook Page. We’ve got some amazing WV musicians lined up for this month, and more to come!
Artists will be putting out a “tip jar” link, and all funds go directly to them. Tune in, enjoy, and support WV music! Featuring: William Matheny ,The Sea The Sea, Sar Rudy of Hello June , Matt Mullins & The Bringdowns Jason Lockart , Tofujitsu ,and Shawn Benfield

Wild Art & Wonderful Things Art Sale

Brannon Ritterbush, owner of Wild Art and Wonderful Things is hosting a weekly live art sale showcasing local artists. You can tune into the Wild Art & Wonderful Things Facebook page this Saturday at 12pm to join in the fun. This week’s sale will be featuring some lovely paintings by even more lovely local artists.

framed, glass oil paintings by Robin Meadows
print by Adam Mathews (Pikuled People Art)
canvases by Clay Bolar
canvases and prints by Ginger Danz Art
… And more!

Mayor Norman Updates

Mayor Norman Daily Updates 

Mayor Norman (the cat) at Maggie’s Pub is certainly spreading positivity to the community by posting his daily antics (courtesy of Josh Gray) during this business shutdown. Norman has many many admirers and Josh is helping him deal with the social distancing and we are all here for it. Check Maggie’s Pub on Facebook to follow Norman’s daily log. Here is an update.

Kindness Spotlight #fayettevillewvstrong

Coda Mountain Academy continues to serve the community and are looking for more volunteers who are able to help

Share Your Good News

If you have good news we would love to hear it. Tag us at #fayettevillewvstrong to share your good news. If you have a story of kindness share it. If you see a great helper in our community tell us about it so we can share.

Restaurants Offering Weekly Specials

Wood Iron Eatery Ramp Bacon Pimento Cheese Burger made its appearance this week!

Cathedral Cafe– Daily Specials, family meals and full menu along with general store items

The 304– Daily Specials and full menu

Wanderlust Creative Foods– offering daily meals check in to order for next day

Everyday they will provide a meal that is simple and easy to heat up. Every component of the meal will be vacuum sealed (as shown) and ready to eat. The protein will be suggested to grill or sear but is sous vide to the appropriate temperature. All you will need is a pot of boiling water. The meals will be prepared for 2 or 4, but upon request we will cater to your needs. The meals will be given to you in the boxes shown with the entree. Pre order ONLY, so call or message us on Facebook to get yours!

Kobe Asian Fusion– full menu take out

Tudors – Drive through full menu

Dunkin Donuts – Drive through full menu

The Stache – open for to go orders at the door, you can also pick up pints of ice cream

Gino’s – Drive through full menu


You can help support our small businesses in town by buying gift cards to use in the future.

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