Well, if you haven’t yet already “early voted” then the contents of this edition will surely assist you in becoming familiar with...
The Prince Charles Hotel and the Capitol Building have garnered a lot of press and a lot of headlines over the past year. And it...
Last spring I watched The Long Way Round box set. This DVD set is a mini-series by the BBC featuring actors Ewan McGregor and Charley...
Every day, from the moment our feet hit the floor in the morning, we take steps and make moves toward goals. Sometimes these goals are...
This week marks a couple of anniversaries. They aren’t the kind that you celebrate, rather the kind that you look back on and...
Recently my wife and I bought neon-yellow motorcycle jackets for better visibility on the road. We were on the Blue Ridge this week...
We all know Americans are literally too big for our britches these days. We hear and see it all the time. We are too heavy and it is...
4th Friday celebration in downtown Fayetteville is once again changing. What began years ago to focus on the arts with a gallery walk...
Megan Traficante is fairly new to Fayetteville. She has been here about two months working with Dr. Karen Goldsmith at Atlas...
Up & Coming Weekly had a chance to talk with Lt. Gen. Stultz, the commander of the U.S. Army Reserve Command about their transition to...
About 15 months ago, the North Carolina Business Association embarked on a mission to increase the number of Department of Defense...
A primary concern for seniors is proper nutrition. “Proper” may include not eating enough healthy food or possibly eating too much...
Buying a handgun is a big decision to make. It’s not as easy as going down to your local gun store and picking your favorite. There are...
The Fayetteville City Council meeting this past Monday night was indeed not its finest hour. Rather, it was an indicator of how far...
The Cumberland County crackdown on red light and stop sign violators has proven very successful. Congratulations. But why stop now? Enforcing...
Have you ever heard the phrase “as rich as Croesus”? Those of a certain age, or possessing a classical education, will surely...
Art is defined as the production or expression of what is beautiful, and on 4th Friday art abounds. On Friday June 25, from 6-10...
May 31st will be a really sad day for the Fayetteville/Cumberland County community.That’s when the Fayetteville Museum of Art will...
According to www.about.com, almost 303,000 people live in Cumberland County. Adolph Thomas, City of Fayetteville community...
Over the last 15 years I have written many editorials and opinion pieces about the need for a local television station in our...
Fayetteville artist Erica Stankwytch Bailey fi nds inspiration in the smallest of details within a larger body — a cell within a...
Snyder Memorial Baptist Church provides a lot to our community. Not only is it a place to worship and serve, it also provides musical...
Would a poo sandwich by any other name smell as sweet? How about if you wrapped a poo sandwich in a prospectus and called it a...
It’s no secret that for a number of years Fayetteville struggled with an image problem. Over time, that has changed. Visitors to our city no...
Is there any better feeling than to be able to lend a hand to someone who really needs it — to change a life (or country) for the...

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