Featured Articles

  • 1 Library programming cool for the summer
  • 2 Fayetteville Pie Company to host event-filled month
  • 3 Dinosaurs return to Sweet Valley Ranch
  • 4 Fayetteville After Five brings local talent to the stage
  • 5 Local musicians enter finals of online music competition

News

  • 1 Spring Lake board tables endorsement of town budget
  • 2 New EPA standards: PFAS too high in 1,700 more Cumberland wells
  • 3 Fayetteville voters could decide on $97 million in bond packages in November election
  • 4 Fayetteville approves funding for affordable housing
  • 5 Proposed new election structure pulled from Monday’s Fayetteville City Council agenda

Views

  • 1 God bless America
  • 2 Your job isn't so bad
  • 3 Vote Yes Fayetteville initiative secures 5,007 signatures
  • 4 Don’t lose your grip on love and loyalty
  • 5 Pets can be great exercise companions
  • God bless America

    Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, is almost here, and many of us will be flying our own American flag. It is such a powerful image that
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  • Your job isn't so bad

    Trigger alert: If the bodily functions of Vladimir Putin offend you, stop reading now. Go to the cross-word puzzle. Today's lesson is ripped from the pages of the British newspaper
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  • Vote Yes Fayetteville initiative secures 5,007 signatures

    A referendum on changing Fayetteville City Council representation from nine districts to five districts is headed for the general election ballot in November. Two former mayors, two former mayors pro
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  • Don’t lose your grip on love and loyalty

    Over time I’ve come to recognize freedom less for the ideal we portray it to be and more for the double-edged sword it truly is. In America, we lend a
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  • Pets can be great exercise companions

    People walk many animals, including cats, dogs, goats, lizards, pigs and even chickens. I often see a home-based video workout and the family pet upstaging the presenter in the background
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Arts

  • 1 Sail the seas with 'Pericles'
  • 2 Public Works Art Exhibition opens at The Arts Council
  • 3 Memoir details legal woes for Charles Kuralt's lover's Montana land
  • 4 Artist with local ties brings his Reverse Reality back to town

Entertainment

  • 1 Local musicians enter finals of online music competition
  • 2 Festival Park Independence Concert to be held
  • 3 Fort Bragg celebrates Fourth of July
  • 4 Hope Mills honors America with parade and fireworks
  • 5 Library programming cool for the summer

 

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