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Cumberland Community Foundation is awarding nearly $180,000 in scholarships to local high school students. Ninety-three of the grants...
Fayetteville Competes With the Biggest and Ranks Among the Best Governing magazine has announced the top-ranking cities of its...
Fayetteville City Council has a unique opportunity to show how it governs in a sticky situation during a public hearing June 26. That Monday...
Are you tired of hearing about Russians influencing the late great presidential election? Are the White House leaks making you wish...
Really? The president of the United States called the FBI director “crazy, a real nut job?” A comedian posted images of herself...
No one cares more about the health and welfare of Cumberland County residents than Cumberland County Commissioner Jeannette Council...
As the 2016/2017 season comes to an end, Gilbert Theater celebrates the best of this year at the 5th annual 2017 Pryer Awards on...
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Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s production of “Caroline, or Change” is a beautiful, necessary and visceral work of art. I cried three...
Unique Nash Seventy-First • Softball • Freshman Nash put together a 3.65 grade point average while playing for the Falcon softball...
Familiar faces will be filling a couple of coaching positions at Cumberland County high schools next year. Cape Fear has named former...
Terry Sanford boys’ tennis coach Gene Autry is still getting over the sting of a 5-4 loss to Matthews Weddington High School in this...
Jade Jordan of Pine Forest High School recently wrapped up her outstanding track career for the Trojans in style. At this year’s N.C...
On June 29, 1956, President Dwight Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, making medians part of the American highway...
Envy isn't always a bad thing. My father died when I was just 22 years old. Our first child was just a year old, and though we have a...
This summer Sweet Tea Shakespeare brings drama to the 1897 Poe House. June begins with a rendition of “Othello.”  It runs June 1-4, 11...
Most people can remember a specific interest that burned in their childhood hearts and led to like-minded friends, a secret club and...
“The Diary of Anne Frank” runs at the Gilbert Theater from May 26 to June 4. Many people are familiar with the story. The diary...
When the afterglow of spring is long gone, daylilies spread rainbows of color through the summer garden. From late spring to frost...
Gun violence is a serious issue that affects families and the communities they live in. One of the ways the Fayetteville Police...
“(It’s) sad, but if someone wants to shoot their way in and start firing off shots they could. This could happen anywhere and...
“We have a system that increasingly taxes work and subsidizes nonwork.”  —Milton Friedman Cumberland County Manager Amy Cannon is...
War in Korea It’s been six decades since hostilities ended on the Korean peninsula. The threat of a resurgence has never been greater than...
Graduation exercises occurred all over the country in May and early June. Several million high school students completed high school...
On Monday, America will pause to honor and remember the patriotic men and women who sacrificed their lives in support of our liberty. ...

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