Featured Articles

  • 1 Fayetteville Dinner Theatre returns with ‘HamLIT’
  • 2 Investing in our future is a no-brainer
  • 3 Power speaking truth to power
  • 4 Challenges to faith and reason
  • 5 Fort Bragg paratrooper the latest victim of war in Afghanistan
  • 6 Dan Bishop 9th District winner
  • Fayetteville Dinner Theatre returns with ‘HamLIT’

    Fayetteville is a unique place, so when Up & Coming Weekly Publisher Bill Bowman decided to resurrect the Fayetteville Dinner Theatre after a more than 35-year hiatus, he knew it
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  • Investing in our future is a no-brainer

    Will Fayetteville get a new North Carolina state-operated North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center? That’s a good question. Basic logic would dictate it’s a no-brainer for a community
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  • Power speaking truth to power

    American business — big, small and in between — is rarely seen as a force of political liberalism. In fact, business interests are more often than not conservative, as political money given
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  • Challenges to faith and reason

    Over the past week, I received comments from three readers regarding two of my recent columns. They raised questions and challenges that some other readers likely share. Consequently, I will
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  • Fort Bragg paratrooper the latest victim of war in Afghanistan

    The U.S. soldier who died earlier this month in Afghanistan from wounds in a bomb blast was a compassionate leader whose troops say he always encouraged people who are struggling
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  • Dan Bishop 9th District winner

    Conservative Republican Dan Bishop won this month’s special election for an open North Carolina House of Representatives seat in Congress, averting a Democratic capture of a predominant Republican Party district.
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News

  • 1 Hoke Hospital’s race to recovery
  • 2 Celebrating the Teacher of the Year
  • 3 Dan Bishop 9th District winner
  • 4 Fort Bragg paratrooper the latest victim of war in Afghanistan

Views

  • 1 The secret to eternal youth
  • 2 Challenges to faith and reason
  • 3 Power speaking truth to power
  • 4 Investing in our future is a no-brainer
  • The secret to eternal youth

    The secret to eternal youth is a lot simpler than we make it. It's not found in some rejuvenating elixir or dietary plan. The only remedy to growing old is
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  • Challenges to faith and reason

    Over the past week, I received comments from three readers regarding two of my recent columns. They raised questions and challenges that some other readers likely share. Consequently, I will
    Read More
  • Power speaking truth to power

    American business — big, small and in between — is rarely seen as a force of political liberalism. In fact, business interests are more often than not conservative, as political money given
    Read More
  • Investing in our future is a no-brainer

    Will Fayetteville get a new North Carolina state-operated North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center? That’s a good question. Basic logic would dictate it’s a no-brainer for a community
    Read More

Arts

  • 1 Home is Where the HeArt Is fundraiser aims at heart of homelessness
  • 2 Four challenging books make for good summer reading
  • 3 UNC—Built by fire and stone
  • 4 Downtown Summer Nights concert series offers free music and fun

Entertainment

  • 1 Fayetteville Dinner Theatre returns with ‘HamLIT’
  • 2 Gilbert Theater presents ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’
  • 3 Rivermist rocks Fayetteville After Five
  • 4 Vision Resource Center hosts ‘Out of Sight’ night at the park

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