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• Oct. 5  Hope Meals Food Truck Rodeo Community Event from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at 5770 Rockfish Rd., featuring BaBann’s Southern Fried...
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The Hope Mills Citizens Academy class held Sept. 21 offered an insider’s view on how the Hope Mills Parks and Recreation Center keeps...
The latest effort in Washington to repeal and not actually replace the Affordable Care Act has a different name, the Cassidy-Graham...
Why did the powerful Hurricane Irma get me thinking about the football stadium at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill? Think...
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If there is an emerging technology that easily fascinates both young and old, that technology is the 3D printer. A seeming magic act...
Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra’s 2017-18 season, “Gone to Carolina,” kicks off Saturday, Oct. 14, with a Cape Fear-themed concert...
Pat Wright and her partner Jan Johnson head the nonprofit organization GroundSwell Pictures, which was founded in 2014. The...
A 2013 impact study shows that Fayetteville Technical Community College affects Cumberland County significantly, bringing more than...
Wes Whitlock is a Marine who’s also served as a high-threat security professional and executive protection specialist in the Middle...
Ryan Ashley appeared before Fayetteville City Council the other day to make an unusual request. In so doing, he not only fought city...
The City of Fayetteville’s 2017 municipal primary election is just days away. The mayoral race once again dominates the pre-election...
Losing a loved one who transitions to our Lord is difficult. As my pastor told me during the death of my mother, grieving requires...
Tommy thought life was great. He loved to play in the “rice forest” as his Mom and Dad called it. He and his brothers and sisters and...
Let me first thank you for being engaged and taking the time to read this. I ask that you read it through because there are many,...
On a Tuesday evening in February 2015, I stood near the stage of the Crown Auditorium and watched a crowd gather. They were there to...
MISS - City council members and county commissioners don’t agree on much of anything: which local government should run a joint...
The start of fall is always a special time. The return of the crisp air and autumn foliage brings special memories for a lot of us...
Much of my writing emphasizes the need for, and repeated lack of, Americans thoughtfully examining and responding to the challenging...
Let’s be totally honest about this. American politics is and always has been a contact sport. The presidential campaign of 1800...
Football fans take a knee to NFL games, tickets and merchandise: Go fans! It makes no difference what your beef is: social injustice, political...
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