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Fayetteville Technical Community College and the Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity have worked together since 1988 to strengthen the...
All conscientious parents worry about their children’s educations, even when children attend excellent schools with dedicated and caring...
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” - Pablo Picasso  For 11 months of the year, the fourth Friday of each month...
Martin Luther King Day was signed into law in 1983 by Ronald Reagan. It was first observed in 1986. Because some states resisted...
On Jan. 11, the Friends of the Library will host their annual meeting in the Pate Room at the Headquarters Library in downtown...
Among the many good things in our community, Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation can be counted on to deliver fun, interesting...
We have just come through the season of giving, and I am always humbled by just how giving we Americans are. We dug into our pockets to help...
As 2010 winds down, Fayetteville residents have a lot to celebrate. For many it’s the return of soldiers from deployments and for...
As 2010 winds down, Fayetteville residents have a lot to celebrate. For many it’s the return of soldiers from deployments and for...
With 89 schools serving more than 52,000 students, educating the youth of Cumberland County is no small challenge. As 2010 comes to...
There’s a lot going on in Cumberland County these days. 2010 was a busy year and 2011 and beyond looks to hold some interesting twists...
2010 has been a year of change for the City of Fayetteville. And while those changes might not be that apparent to most people, they...
Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) has long recognized the importance of its military partners. Knowing that the...
Just before Christmas, my son and I are plagued with the same dilemma that I’m sure a lot of other families are faced with. We pride ourselves...
Sometimes there are really great things hiding in plain view: The Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) Continuing...
Ryan P. Kishbaugh was the kind of person that gave his all ineverything he did. He was warm, kindhearted and put the needsof others...
Every year my son and I bundle up, fill our thermoses with hot chocolate and head down to the Christmas parade that runs through the...
Sometimes it is hard to know how to thank a veteran — someone who has served on your behalf, and quite possibly faced and endured...
The Sanford Pottery Festival draws thousands of people to its annual event in May. This festival has come to be known as not only the...
Unless you are a movie buff or a comedy buff, you might not recognize the name Mike Epps. But when you see his face and hear his...
A recent walk-through of the Fayetteville Museum of Art revealed empty walls with no exhibits on display. Instead, walls and floors were...
According to GlobalSecurity.org, Fort Bragg is the largest Army installation in the world by population, and is home to almost 10...
For more than 100 years the Falcon Children’s Home has been taking in children, caring for them and providing not only for their...
The Great Recession has played havoc not only with our finances but with what many of us consider the normal course of life. Young...

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