In 1965 when the Montclair subdivision was built, it was an idyllic place for young military families to raise their growing broods...
This 4th Friday, July 24, the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County debuts the juried photography exhibition, Get the...
Every time the Fayetteville SwampDogs take the field at J.P. Riddle Stadium, it’s an outdoor festival — food, entertainment,...
“What do you want to do today?” “I don’t know.  What do you want to do?” We’ve all been there.  When that restless feeling hits and you...
Click the Image for UCW's Online Edition! For 13 years now the Fayetteville After Five concert series has been  a part of the local...
A successful portrait photographer, Jonathan Starling shares his experiences of a popular and historical Italian celebration in the...
     Fayetteville’s connection to the military is a strong one — one that the city embraces and celebrates. On Saturday, May 9, as a part of...
     As the country’s First Sanctuary Community For Soldiers, Fayetteville/Cumberland County is dedicating the entire month of May to...
      “April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot.      T.S., as his drinking buddies called him, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948...
    Editor’s Note: Margaret is traveling this week, so she picked one of her favorite columns to share with those folks who may have...
     I was one of the crowd at the Dogwood Festival. The thousands, at my last report more than 18,000 on Friday night, of people who...
    Click the Image for UCW's Online Edition!         Picture yourself in New York City circa 1970-1980. In that time, and in that place, art...
     {mosimage}The term “brotherhood” is not used lightly in certain circles. It is a bond that is forged not from birth, but from a...
     I am looking at possibly buying a house that is very close to a gasoline station. Is it safe to live so close to a gas station? What...
     Gallery 208, located in the corporate offices of Up & Coming Weekly at 208 Rowan Street, has welcomed artists from all walks of life...
     A revenue-neutral tax rate is a priority for Cumberland County Commissioners, along with safe water and public safety for our...
     A visitor from Chapel Hill recently asked me driving directions to the Martin Luther King Junior Expressway. From his location,...
     The Fisher House is a home-away-from-home for the families of injured soldiers in military hospitals all over the world.      At Fort...
     I want to start an organic vegetable garden in my yard and I would like to know how to combine crops to make better use of time and...
     There is a bumper sticker that reads “Army Wife – Toughest Job in the Military.” I do not think there is much doubt in anyone’s mind...
     The Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation Friends of Children was started in 1991, and is based on the premise that both children and...
     The peak of the marrying season is upon us.      So far, the Dicksons have six weddings of dear cousins and wonderful friends on our...
     The last thing I wanted to do on a Saturday morning was get up and go to work. But, I’m glad I did. My destination was the Crown...
     Click the Image for UCW's Online Edition!       How many times have you walked down the sidewalk on your street and seen a stray piece of...
     Click the Image for UCW's Online Edition!      Fayetteville is looking for a few good men — and women — who are truly interested in making...

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