Featured Articles

  • 1 Fayetteville Comic Con is back
  • 2 Councilwoman addresses rumors
  • 3 Next Rock'n On The River concert set for June 18
  • 4 Juneteenth: Remembering the past, recognizing the work ahead
  • 5 Local events offer fun, entertainment in support of Pride Month

News

  • 1 Finding the right business to buy
  • 2 PC support careers program at FTCC underscores why data is important
  • 3 Juneteenth: Remembering the past, recognizing the work ahead
  • 4 UNC Health Southeastern appoints new directors
  • 5 New grant program helps 2021 graduates of NC high schools

Views

  • 1 Shared experiences can become the tapestry of your life
  • 2 Are you mad yet?
  • 3 Councilwoman addresses rumors
  • 4 The world according to cicadas
  • 5 Will hybrids drive the economy?
  • Shared experiences can become the tapestry of your life

    Woven into the fabric of who and what we've become, we all have threads of regret muting the bold colors of success in our lives. There's not much I'd change
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  • Are you mad yet?

    No one — I repeat, no one, enjoys paying taxes. I can almost feel my blood pressure rise when income taxes come due. That said, we all want safe and accessible
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  • Councilwoman addresses rumors

    This week Publisher Bill Bowman yields his space to Fayetteville City Councilwoman Tisha Waddell who sets the record straight and combats the rumors and innuendo that have undermined her effectiveness
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  • The world according to cicadas

    Start your day with a misquote from Pete Seeger: “Where have all the Cicadas gone? Long time passing? Long time ago?” The rest of America is crawling with lovelorn Cicadas
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  • Will hybrids drive the economy?

    Plenty of politicians, planners and business folks think they know what North Carolina’s post-pandemic economy will look like. But few seem entirely sure. They are noticeably hedging their predictions, which
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Arts

  • 1 Weekly market held at Festival Park
  • 2 Gilbert Theater brings Broadway hit 'Urinetown' to local audiences
  • 3 Ellington-White art exhibition highlights fight for social justice
  • 4 Read books, win prizes with summer reading programs at local libraries

Entertainment

  • 1 Fayetteville Comic Con is back
  • 2 Local events offer fun, entertainment in support of Pride Month
  • 3 Next Rock'n On The River concert set for June 18
  • 4 Cast and crew deliver a hit with Gilbert's 'Urinetown'

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