Featured Articles

  • 1 2019 Spring Dogwood Festival
  • 2 Hope Mills Commissioners’ red herring
  • 3 Babar’s revenge
  • 4 Freeway widening planned
  • 5 N.C. Civil War and Reconstruction History Center update
  • 2019 Spring Dogwood Festival

    Every spring, the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival brings the community together to celebrate everything that makes this community so special — the people, the food, the music, the diversity. The festival boasts an impressive list of well-deserved awards,
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  • Hope Mills Commissioners’ red herring

    Publisher’s Note: A special thanks to Ms. Blevins for finally explaining our side of the story about the $28,000 partnership Up & Coming Weekly had with Hope Mills. And, it had absolutely nothing to
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  • Babar’s revenge

    April is now officially the month of underdogs. Admit it, once upon a time you used to be a kid. If you were lucky, your parents read you stories before you could read.
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  • Freeway widening planned

    The North Carolina Department of Transportation is proposing to widen about 5 miles of the All American Freeway in Fayetteville. The DOT invites the public to view the preliminary design maps and offer comments
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  • N.C. Civil War and Reconstruction History Center update

    Local supporters of the proposed North Carolina Civil War and Reconstruction History Center seem confident that the legislature will commit to significant funding this summer. Rep. John Szoka, R-Cumberland, filed a bill early this month that
    Read More

News

  • 1 FTCC’s Portfolio Night showcases graphic design graduates
  • 2 The woman behind downtown’s new Segra Stadium
  • 3 N.C. Civil War and Reconstruction History Center update
  • 4 Freeway widening planned
  • FTCC’s Portfolio Night showcases graphic design graduates

    As department chair for Fayetteville Technical Community College’s advertising and graphic design program, it is my pleasure to present the graduating class of 2019 and invite you to join us for Portfolio Night. It
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  • The woman behind downtown’s new Segra Stadium

    The city of Fayetteville official who served as project director for the new minor league baseball Segra Stadium will not be attending this spring’s special events. The city manager’s office said former Deputy City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney “was invited but is unable to
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  • N.C. Civil War and Reconstruction History Center update

    Local supporters of the proposed North Carolina Civil War and Reconstruction History Center seem confident that the legislature will commit to significant funding this summer. Rep. John Szoka, R-Cumberland, filed a bill early this month that
    Read More
  • Freeway widening planned

    The North Carolina Department of Transportation is proposing to widen about 5 miles of the All American Freeway in Fayetteville. The DOT invites the public to view the preliminary design maps and offer comments
    Read More

Views

  • 1 Babar’s revenge
  • 2 Hope Mills Commissioners’ red herring
  • 3 Seasons come
  • 4 Critical thinking on today’s issues: A change in focus and strategy
  • Babar’s revenge

    April is now officially the month of underdogs. Admit it, once upon a time you used to be a kid. If you were lucky, your parents read you stories before you could read.
    Read More
  • Hope Mills Commissioners’ red herring

    Publisher’s Note: A special thanks to Ms. Blevins for finally explaining our side of the story about the $28,000 partnership Up & Coming Weekly had with Hope Mills. And, it had absolutely nothing to
    Read More
  • Seasons come

    Isn’t it beautiful when spring arrives? Even that blanket of yellow dust on every surface is lovely. As suffocating as it can be, pollen points to change, to winter coming to an end. Soon after,
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  • Critical thinking on today’s issues: A change in focus and strategy

    After much prayer and soul-searching, it is clear that the time has come for me to make a change in my focus and strategy. That is, regarding what should be central in my
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Arts

  • 1 Sweet Tea Shakespeare presents ‘Maid Marian’
  • 2 ‘The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe’ delivers family fun
  • 3 Enjoy ‘A Night of Screen and Stage’ with the Cumberland Oratorio Singers
  • 4 Gallery 208 presents international mail art exhibit curating voices of women around the world: “STOP IT!”

Entertainment

  • 1 The CARE Clinic hosts 19th Annual Toast of the Town fundraiser
  • 2 Fayetteville Ladies Power Lunch features musician KasCie Page
  • 3 Celebrating a rock ’n’ roll icon
  • 4 2019 Spring Dogwood Festival

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