Featured Articles

  • 1 Let’s get together: Local artists promote peace and love
  • 2 Visualize whirled peas
  • 3 Revisiting the “Eulogy for the Fourth Estate?”
  • 4 More about Braxton Bragg
  • 5 Register of Deeds office hosts 11th annual school supplies drive

News

  • 1 New FTCC executives announced
  • 2 Leadership turnover at United Way of Cumberland County
  • 3 Reward for soldier murder increased
  • 4 Demand for testing increases
  • 5 Register of Deeds office hosts 11th annual school supplies drive

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  • 1 Memories of Fayetteville High School
  • 2 Distracted driving — the scary reality
  • 3 Revisiting the “Eulogy for the Fourth Estate?”
  • 4 Choice should guide school reopening
  • 5 Visualize whirled peas
  • Memories of Fayetteville High School

    When I was a student at Fayetteville High School, it was on Robeson Street in downtown Fayetteville where the Highsmith-Rainey Specialty Hospital now stands. I fondly remember being a member
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  • Distracted driving — the scary reality

    We have all seen the distracted drivers — missing a light change, drifting out of their lane, slamming into the back of vehicles slowing or stopped for traffic. They are usually
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  • Revisiting the “Eulogy for the Fourth Estate?”

    Editor's note: On Feb. 19, 2018, Up & Coming Weekly published an article called “Eulogy for the Fourth Estate.” We quoted former Fayetteville Observer publisher, Charles Broadwell, in that article.
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  • Choice should guide school reopening

    If you are among the minority of North Carolinians who haven’t supported the expansion of parental choice in education over the past two decades — in the form of charter schools,
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  • Visualize whirled peas

    Who among us, as a child, was not forced to eat something disgusting because children were starving in China? Return to those thrilling days of yesteryear when you could not
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Arts

  • 1 Let’s get together: Local artists promote peace and love
  • 2 The wife of Jesus: the North Carolina connection
  • 3 Cape Fear Regional Theatre offers virtual community outreach
  • 4 ‘Where the Winds Never Stop: The Hildreth Project’

Entertainment

  • 1 Local ice cream spots make summer sweeter
  • 2 Independence day in the Sandhills
  • 3 Art and music bigger than life
  • 4 Hay Street Live features Kiari Mhoon
  • Local ice cream spots make summer sweeter

    “Life is uncertain — eat dessert first.” — Ernestine Ulmer. Does this quote resonate with anyone? Life has not been normal since COVID-19 reared its ugly head, causing massive quarantines and economic
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  • Independence day in the Sandhills

    The Fourth of July in the Sandhills usually involves big crowds, free concerts, fireworks and more. This year, public safety concerns over COVID-19 have changed that. The sounds of the
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  • Art and music bigger than life

    It might seem like the world has come to a standstill the past few months, but the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County has not. As more and more businesses and
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  • Hay Street Live features Kiari Mhoon

     Quarantine may seem to be winding down, but the need for social distancing remains. In the past few months, the quarantine brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has shown that
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