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Friday, July 13, Bud Light presents On the Border as part of its Fayetteville After 5 Concert Series. The concert takes place at 6...
This Fourth of July, Alex Warner will display the United States flag and the POW/MIA flag outside his business, Countryside Furniture...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Acting Deputy Town Clerk Tiffany...
The British Empire settled its first permanent colony in the Americas at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607. This was the first of 13...
Suicide report for active duty military, veterans confusing The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs late last month reversed itself...
“Strike at the Wind!” – a play beloved by generations – returns to Givens Performing Arts Center for two shows as part of the 50th...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Acting Deputy Town Clerk Tiffany...
Seeking reprieve from the summer heat wave The Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation Department has taken steps to provide...
It’s America’s birthday this week, and there is no shortage of celebrations. Our forefathers signed the Declaration of Independence...
As a youngster, Dr. Kent Dean remembers the hours he spent enjoying various forms of recreation on Hope Mills Lake. Now that the lake...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Acting Deputy Town Clerk Tiffany...
Family, friends and many former players came to South View High School on a warm Saturday afternoon earlier this month to pay tribute...
While the term “fake news” may be of recent vintage, the phenomenon isn’t. For decades, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere...
The Caribbean American Connection of Fayetteville, will host its 8th Annual Heritage Caribbean Festival Sunday, June 24, from 12-9...
June 22 marks 4th Friday in downtown Fayetteville. It is an exciting time the check out the new exhibits and activities. Every month,...
The oldest conveyor of human thought and emotion is storytelling. It manifests in art of all forms. From the symmetry of the Giza...
A lot has been written about the diversity of Fayetteville City Council District 2. Another freshman politician has been chosen to...
George T. “Tommy” Griffin was known as an innovator to colleagues. The courthouse crowd also knew Griffin as a fun-filled prankster...
Section of Cliffdale Road closed to traffic The Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad grade crossing on Skibo Road will likely remain under...
Come, let us now praise famous Environmental Protection Agency administrators. Who’s the leader of the club that’s made for you and...
A joke going around a while back held that medical science wants to study U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of...
WIDU radio personality and Fayetteville Observer columnist Troy Williams and I have journalistically crossed swords several times...
A lot of folks were worried how Seventy-First was going to fare when it stepped into the rugged Sandhills Athletic Conference last...
All great teams have stars, but they’re not always the reason a championship is won. Such is the case with this year’s Jack Britt...
For a team that had won the first North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4-A fast-pitch softball championship in Cumberland...

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