Featured Articles

  • 1 ‘Where the Winds Never Stop: The Hildreth Project’
  • 2 Welcome the Rolling Stones
  • 3 Amen!
  • 4 Fayetteville veterans nursing home coronavirus cases
  • 5 Remembering heroes
  • ‘Where the Winds Never Stop: The Hildreth Project’

    You will know someone or will have seen someone that is being exhibited at Gallery 208 in the new exhibit titled “Where the Winds Never Stops: The Hildreth Project.” How
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  • Welcome the Rolling Stones

    During the current Corona Cooties crisis, it’s time we all began to think seriously about the kind of world we want to leave behind for Keith Richards. No one, no
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  • Amen!

    Bill, As I read your (May 13) editorial I keep saying AMEN! You hit the nail on the head. At my age (76) it is difficult to realize that our
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  • Fayetteville veterans nursing home coronavirus cases

    Twenty-five percent of the patients of the North Carolina State Veterans Home in Fayetteville have been diagnosed with COVID-19, and officials say two residents have died, as of May 26.
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  • Remembering heroes

    America has no shortage of heroes to honor. We remember those who were killed on battlefields, but we should also reflect on those who lost their lives and are remembered
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News

  • 1 Remembering heroes
  • 2 Fayetteville veterans nursing home coronavirus cases
  • 3 FTCC offers associate degree nursing program
  • 4 Staying alive to remain open for business
  • 5 Retired Fort Bragg hero has died
  • Remembering heroes

    America has no shortage of heroes to honor. We remember those who were killed on battlefields, but we should also reflect on those who lost their lives and are remembered
    Read More
  • Fayetteville veterans nursing home coronavirus cases

    Twenty-five percent of the patients of the North Carolina State Veterans Home in Fayetteville have been diagnosed with COVID-19, and officials say two residents have died, as of May 26.
    Read More
  • FTCC offers associate degree nursing program

     Much attention has been devoted recently to placing the spotlight on nurses and the critical frontline position they fulfill, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic — and rightfully so. We
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  • Staying alive to remain open for business

    Near the end of March, many local business owners were confident about 2020. Sales were up, and customer engagement was strong. Then, like a punch to the throat during a
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  • Retired Fort Bragg hero has died

    Medal of Honor recipient and retired Special Forces medic Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer died earlier this month. The U.S. Secret Service, for whom Shurer worked since retiring from the
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Views

  • 1 Sticking to budget can boost your emergency fund
  • 2 Amen!
  • 3 Welcome the Rolling Stones
  • 4 COVID-19’s young victims
  • 5 Fayetteville leadership collapses under pressure
  • Sticking to budget can boost your emergency fund

    During the coronavirus pandemic, our health concerns — for ourselves and our loved ones — have been at the top of our minds. But financial worries have been there, too, both for
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  • Amen!

    Bill, As I read your (May 13) editorial I keep saying AMEN! You hit the nail on the head. At my age (76) it is difficult to realize that our
    Read More
  • Welcome the Rolling Stones

    During the current Corona Cooties crisis, it’s time we all began to think seriously about the kind of world we want to leave behind for Keith Richards. No one, no
    Read More
  • COVID-19’s young victims

    My heart hurt with the sad news the Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Early Childhood Education Center has permanently shuttered its doors. The loss of a 5-star day care center in
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  • Fayetteville leadership collapses under pressure

    As I write this editorial, no doubt city officials have already met to “circle the wagons” to come forth this week disseminating a consistent and coherent message, as they pat
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Arts

  • 1 ‘Where the Winds Never Stop: The Hildreth Project’
  • 2 A cure for the isolation and a troubled marriage
  • 3 Greg Weber’s world: He believes!
  • 4 Charlie Soong’s daughters — no fairy tale

Entertainment

  • 1 Hay Street Live features Kiari Mhoon
  • 2 Celebrate Fayetteville with Hay Street Live and Virtual 4th Friday
  • 3 Experience Hay Street Live
  • 4 Rock’n on the River returns

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