Featured Articles

  • 1 U.S. Open returns to Pinehurst
  • 2 Party with a purpose: Legends' annual Spring Fling
  • 3 Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra announces 2024-25 season
  • 4 Er’Body Eatz hosts inaugural community kickback, promotes food security
  • 5 Fight 4 Cure Inc. holds annual Charity Car, Truck, Bike show

News

  • 1 Summertime in Fayetteville: Your guide to exploring the Social District
  • 2 A look at Kevin Dove, Fayetteville Fire Department's new Fire Chief
  • 3 Fayetteville announces Budget Work Sessions and Public Hearing; Arts Council holds annual public works exhibition
  • 4 Unleash your green thumb at a local community garden
  • 5 Manna Dream Center to run Day Resource Center

Views

  • 1 Mayor Mitch Colvin, you have a problem!
  • 2 Shooting our future
  • 3 A tale of two Bidens
  • 4 Can government make you happy?
  • 5 Rapunzel lets down her hair: A fairy tale retelling
  • Mayor Mitch Colvin, you have a problem!

    Again, I am yielding my editorial space to Greg Adair, a concerned citizen of the Fayetteville community. This is the third letter we received and reprinted in the past month.
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  • Shooting our future

    News released last month angers me, scares me, and breaks my heart all at the same time. I am not alone. Americans in all 50 states, from all walks of
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  • A tale of two Bidens

    The Bidens have a new addition to their family, and he made his first public appearance when he delivered the State of the Union address. Officially named Joe Biden, he
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  • Can government make you happy?

    Is it the job of government to make you happy? While it may seem like a straightforward question, there are some important subtleties packed into those few words.On the face
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  • Rapunzel lets down her hair: A fairy tale retelling

    Howdy boys and girls. It’s time once again to take a stroll into the deep woods of Grimms’ Fairy Tales to expose the real story of Rapunzel. Buckle up, as
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Arts

  • 1 Artists rejoice: Fayetteville Art Attack is back
  • 2 Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra announces 2024-25 season
  • 3 Seventeen Men: Portraits of the Men of the 25th US Colored Troops
  • 4 Sweet Tea Shakespeare brings "Little Women" back to life
  • 5 Cape Fear Studios presents "The Mug" exhibit

Entertainment

  • 1 Fight 4 Cure Inc. holds annual Charity Car, Truck, Bike show
  • 2 Er’Body Eatz hosts inaugural community kickback, promotes food security
  • 3 Party with a purpose: Legends' annual Spring Fling
  • 4 U.S. Open returns to Pinehurst
  • 5 Kiwanis Club holds annual Soap Box Derby

 

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