Featured Articles

  • 1 Fayetteville Dinner Theatre presents “‘M’ is for Mullet!”
  • 2 Knowledge as healing
  • 3 From Russia, with love — and fins
  • 4 Bishop wins 9th District Republican Party primary
  • 5 Celebrating Memorial Day
  • 6 The new Prince Charles Hotel
  • 7 Rick’s Place hosts Work Day, summer camps for military families
  • Fayetteville Dinner Theatre presents “‘M’ is for Mullet!”

    Everyone loves a good murder mystery at the theater. But what happens when you deep-fry the plot in Southern flavor, salt it heavily with comedy, invite audience members to interrogate the suspects and throw
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  • Knowledge as healing

    Editor’s note: Once again, publisher Bill Bowman relinquishes his space to accommodate an article on a timely issue — The North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center. Sharing relevant information on important topics is what Up
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  • From Russia, with love — and fins

    I have to admit it. Bob Mueller’s report missed the biggest Russian spy in the 2016 election. How can you miss a 3,500-pound, 18-foot-long Commie Olympicclass swimmer? This Russian spy is the size of the SUV
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  • Bishop wins 9th District Republican Party primary

    Mecklenburg County State Sen. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., won the makeover 9th Congressional District Republican primary election. The May 14 special primary came three months after state election officials threw out the November 2018 election, which was marred by fraud allegations in Bladen and Robeson counties.
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  • Celebrating Memorial Day

    Fayetteville’s annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Freedom Memorial Park is set for Monday, May 27, at 11 a.m. Bleacher seating for 300 will be available, but the seats typically fill quickly. Attendees can also bring
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  • The new Prince Charles Hotel

    When built in 1925, the Hotel Prince Charles was downtown Fayetteville’s tallest building. It was a grand landmark like no other. But over the last 40 years, the structure deteriorated to the point that the
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  • Rick’s Place hosts Work Day, summer camps for military families

    This June, Rick’s Place will host a volunteer “Work Day” and start kids’ summer day camps to teach essential survival skills. Rick’s Place is a 50-acre reintegration park in Fayetteville for military families
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News

  • 1 The new Prince Charles Hotel
  • 2 Celebrating Memorial Day
  • 3 Bishop wins 9th District Republican Party primary
  • 4 Downtown parking a challenge
  • The new Prince Charles Hotel

    When built in 1925, the Hotel Prince Charles was downtown Fayetteville’s tallest building. It was a grand landmark like no other. But over the last 40 years, the structure deteriorated to the point that the
    Read More
  • Celebrating Memorial Day

    Fayetteville’s annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Freedom Memorial Park is set for Monday, May 27, at 11 a.m. Bleacher seating for 300 will be available, but the seats typically fill quickly. Attendees can also bring
    Read More
  • Bishop wins 9th District Republican Party primary

    Mecklenburg County State Sen. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., won the makeover 9th Congressional District Republican primary election. The May 14 special primary came three months after state election officials threw out the November 2018 election, which was marred by fraud allegations in Bladen and Robeson counties.
    Read More
  • Downtown parking a challenge

    Downtown parking during Fayetteville Woodpeckers baseball games is not the issue that a lot of people thought it would be — except for some employees of center-city restaurants. Many wait staffers have complained that paying to park
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Views

  • 1 The medical, biomedical and biodefense marketplace
  • 2 From Russia, with love — and fins
  • 3 Knowledge as healing
  • 4 Census citizenship question is a ‘look at the calendar’ matter
  • The medical, biomedical and biodefense marketplace

    According to the Economic Development Partnership for North Carolina, in 10 years, the state has invested more than $1 billion dollars in research and development facilities, workforce training, incentives and infrastructure in the medical-related
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  • From Russia, with love — and fins

    I have to admit it. Bob Mueller’s report missed the biggest Russian spy in the 2016 election. How can you miss a 3,500-pound, 18-foot-long Commie Olympicclass swimmer? This Russian spy is the size of the SUV
    Read More
  • Knowledge as healing

    Editor’s note: Once again, publisher Bill Bowman relinquishes his space to accommodate an article on a timely issue — The North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center. Sharing relevant information on important topics is what Up
    Read More
  • Census citizenship question is a ‘look at the calendar’ matter

    On a rather frequent basis, I get to spend time with and engage in conversation with a wonderful group of Christian men. Topics addressed in our discussions run the spectrum from matters of our
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Arts

  • 1 Gilbert Theater presents ‘The Laramie Project’
  • 2 My love affair with music
  • 3 4th Friday Art Attack set
  • 4 Review: Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s ‘Maid Marian’ is enchanting
  • Gilbert Theater presents ‘The Laramie Project’

    “The Laramie Project” opens May 30 at Gilbert Theater on Green Street. It tells the story of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student at the University of Wyoming. He was beaten and left for
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  • My love affair with music

    Being a music lover, I’ve gone to many a concert in my 29 years. I grew up secretly “borrowing” albums from my mom’s CD collection, back when being in a mail-order CD club was
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  • 4th Friday Art Attack set

    Fayetteville’s 4th Fridays are a community tradition. On the 4th Friday of every month, people of all ages are welcome to enjoy a night on the town — downtown that is — with free entertainment that
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  • Review: Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s ‘Maid Marian’ is enchanting

    I was recently invited to view Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s “Maid Marian” at the historic 1897 Poe House. The production was enchanting. The brick-paved courtyard was lined with homemade quilts and Turkish carpets for guests to
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Entertainment

  • 1 Rick’s Place hosts Work Day, summer camps for military families
  • 2 Fayetteville Dinner Theatre presents “‘M’ is for Mullet!”
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