Fire causes damage to local residence

This home on the south side of Fayette suffered moderate fire damage.

A fire at 113 11th St. SW caused moderate damage to a single structure home at approximately 4:45 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8. The occupants of the home were not present at the time of the fire, and the fire was extinguished quickly upon the arrival of the Fayette Fire Department.

Two vacant mobile homes destroyed by fire

Shown are the remains of two vacant mobile homes that burned in the Belk community on May 30. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

The Fayette Fire Department, along with the Belk Volunteer Fire Department, responded to a fully-involved fire on County Road 6 in Belk on Thursday, May 30 at approximately 12:50 p.m.
Fayette Fire Chief Shannon Taylor said that two vacant mobile homes were fully engulfed in flames at the time of his department’s arrival. He said that the fire departments contained the fire to the area of the mobile homes and prevented the fire from spreading to the nearby woods.


Fire causes extensive damage to local residence

Shown is the residence on Davis Drive that suffered extensive fire and smoke damage during a fire on the morning of March 19. There were no injuries and no one was home at the time the fire occurred

A fire on Tuesday, March 19 at 71 Davis Drive in Fayette caused extensive damage to the single structure residence. Fayette Fire Chief Shannon Taylor said that upon the arrival of the Fayette Fire Department at the residence, the structure was approximately one-half involved in flames, with fire throughout the attic and carport.


Home receives damage from fire

This home in Fayette received moderate damage from an Oct. 23 fire.

A structure fire occurring on 6th Ave. SW in Fayette on Oct. 23 resulted in damage to a single residential home. Two occupants were home at the time, but managed to leave the home uninjured. The Fayette Fire Department responded to the fire and was able to quickly get the situation under control. According to Fayette Fire Chief Shannon Taylor, the home suffered moderate fire and smoke damage.