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Every spring for the past three-anda-half decades, the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival has brought the community together to celebrate...
Sweet Tea Shakespeare and its company of performers are readying the stages at The 1897 Poe House at the Museum of the Cape Fear for...
It can be hard to put a name on the genre of music the Andrew Collins Trio plays, but regardless of label, the music resonates...
The city of Fayetteville has released a new app for smart phones that is tied to the city’s mobilefriendly website.  “We are excited to...
Editor’s note: Up & Coming Weekly sports editor Earl Vaughan was inducted to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame...
On April 23, America’s Army Reserve celebrated 110 years of history in service to the Army and the nation.  What began in 1908 as a...
Last week marked the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, one of our Founding Fathers and former presidents. He was an intelligent scholar...
You can learn a great deal from the New York Times despite The Donald’s reference to it as a fake news source. The New York Time’s...
This is a week full of excitement. And, no, I’m not talking about the city council’s action of initiating a petition of amotion for...
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 Nikki Delmolino Terry Sanford • Soccer/cross country • Senior Delmolino has a 5.4 grade point average. She is president of the Key...
 Larry Ellis, grandfather of former Cape Fear star Cole Humphrey, tells the story that when he was in the seventh grade, Cole lacked...
 As mid-April approaches, the baseball outlook couldn’t be much brighter for Terry Sanford. The Bulldogs are 13-2 overall, 9-0 in the...
Many parents are trying to live the dream through their sons and daughters – the dream of landing a college athletic scholarship by...
 It only figured that since the town of Hope Mills has been fighting so long to get its beloved lake back, the celebration to welcome...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Interim Town Clerk Debbie Holland at...
 If you live in Hope Mills and you’ve got old cans of paint or other hazardous chemicals cluttering the garage or storage building, your...
 In the heart of Cumberland County is a college where education provides hope for dreams. A vision that began more than 50 years ago...
 It is time to get your motor running, which means it is time for the Hogs & Rags Spring Rally. This will be the 13th annual ride and...
 Saturday, April 21, One Common Bond will host the “Connect” All-American Community Service Awards Banquet. Proceeds from the event...
 Fayetteville State University presents The Founders’ Play “150 Steps to Equality” April 19–21 at Butler Theatre at 7:30 p.m. This...
 Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra’s 2017-18 season, “Gone to Carolina,” ends in the Blue Ridge Mountains. “We began on the coast in...
 Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s production of Kate Hamill’s adaptation of “Sense & Sensibility” is two hours of fun and entertainment full of...
 The Cool Spring Downtown District’s second Downtown District Forum is set for Tuesday, April 24, from 7- 8:30 p.m. at the Arts...
Wiliams has not earned the right to be called councilman Dear Editor,  I read with some disgust the report by The Fayetteville...

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