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The Cape Fear Regional Theater knows how to kick off a season — music, dancing, singing and the story of a dream. A few dreams,...
Once every hour and 12 minutes  — that’s how often U.S. military veterans kill themselves. About 20 veterans committed suicide each...
  The Hope Mills area produced this year’s Cumberland County Teacher of the Year — Leslie Seals. To be eligible for selection as a...
  County Commission Chairman Glenn Adams led off State of the Community speeches by cautioning those in attendance to “not believe...
Early voting for Fayetteville’s 2017 municipal election is underway. Early primary voting ends Saturday, Oct. 7. There’s one ballot...
It’s that time again and yes I am running for re-election as Mayor of Hope Mills! I pledge to continue to give my all and best for...
Why am I running for city council. to reduce the tax burden and ordinance laws on the private property owners. The property owners...
I have seen the future in California. It comes wreathed in clouds of smoke. On a recent fact-finding trip to the Left Coast, we spent one...
Students get graded. Employees get reviewed. US Presidents get ranked, and in their case, it all depends on who is doing the ranking...
More and more I hear comments from ordinary citizens about how frustrated they are with Washington and our “do nothing” Congress...
Ritika Shamdasani Terry Sanford • Junior • Tennis Shamdasani has an unweighted GPA of 3.94. She is proficient in four languages, has...
Fayetteville Academy athletic director Chip Bishop was recently honored for his years of service to the school when he was named the...
During her days as a cheerleader at Terry Sanford, Keely Warren has memories of being on the sidelines on wet Friday nights, cheering at one...
Two games into his first season as head football coach at Jack Britt High School, Brian Randolph was searching for answers. The...
A monument to a treasured past came down in Chapel Hill last week. No, the Silent Sam statute of a Confederate soldier still stands. The...
The Fayetteville Technical Community College Financial Aid Department is excited to share some updates with you. Our goal is to make...
• Sept 25 Notice of public hearing on piers, dock and Bulkhead Ordinance. 7 p.m. in the Hope Mills Town Hall, 5770 Rockfish Rd.,  Room...
Hope Mills is a beautiful town. It has a beautiful recreation center and park. It has an awardwinning fire department. It has a...
The Hope Mills Kiwanis Club is full of members who volunteer their time to help with local schools and nonprofits in order to benefit...
Have you noticed how our town is growing? Have you noticed that it’s growing for the better? Think about it. Hope Mills is a bustling...
The Gilbert Theater is known for its eclectic seasons. No two shows are similar; instead, they reach many different demographics...
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People presents its 29th Life Membership Banquet Friday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m. at...
Every day we are presented with countless opportunities. What to wear, what to eat, how to spend our time, who to spend it with … We...
Half a century ago in his first State of the Union speech, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a “War on Poverty.” Making poverty a...

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