The Vision Resource Center is set to host its Second Annual “Out of Sight” Wing Fling Fundraiser and Cook-off, with 10 times more...
The Givens Performing Arts Center presents “Strike at the Wind” Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24, at the Givens Performing Arts...
City Manager Doug Hewett hopes to name Fayetteville’s eighth Chief of Police at the June 26 City Council meeting. Hewett whittled a...
At the suggestion of City Councilman Chalmers McDougald, the City of Fayetteville is asking the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity...
Hundreds of New Jobs Possible Locally Fayetteville is being considered by a well-known direct-to-consumer distribution firm as the...
President Trump has released his budget plan for the Veteran Affairs. While it does propose a significant overall budget increase,...
God called you into ministry. You need preparation to follow that call. For some, that preparation requires biblical and theological...
While doing research for a recent column titled “Racial Diversity in the Fayetteville Fire Department: The Rest of the Story,” I...
I recently read Nashville writer Ann Patchett’s latest novel, “Commonwealth,” an elegantly rendered tale of two Greatest Generation...
I am encouraged by our young people today. I know we don’t hear much about the good things they do. In fact, we hear way too much...
On June 23, The Ellington-White Community Development Corporation opens a new exhibit featuring one of Fayetteville’s most...
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Arana Blake Massey Hill Classical School • Soccer • Sophomore Blake attends Massey Hill but plays soccer for Seventy-First. A team...
Cumberland County high school football games will return to 7:30 p.m. kickoffs beginning this fall. The matter was recently reviewed...
Going 2-9 and failing to qualify for the state football playoffs isn’t part of the Gray’s Creek tradition. “We’ve got a lot of room...
Erasing bad memories and finding a new quarterback were the main points of concern for Pine Forest during the recent spring football...
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Sequels are a tough business. Despite being constantly fed into the marketplace,...
On July 4, Southern Independent Booksellers Association (SIBA) will announce the winners of its Southern Book Prizes. North Carolina...
It’s hard not to play along when children come up with cute untruths. Unfortunately, many politicians have yet to grow out of the...
The world of competitive barbecue is a fierce one. It takes skill, patience nerves of steel — and an awesome recipe. It’s where Mac’s...
It’s spring. The warm weather is perfect for festivals, trips to the beach and music under the stars. That’s where Fayetteville After...
Cape Fear Botanical Garden provides not only a beautiful natural oasis for relaxation; it also provides entertaining and educational...
Private and non-profit agencies that provide valuable services to the community are often referred to by local governments as...
Cumberland Community Foundation is awarding nearly $180,000 in scholarships to local high school students. Ninety-three of the grants...
Fayetteville Competes With the Biggest and Ranks Among the Best Governing magazine has announced the top-ranking cities of its...

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