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The Dicksons spent Labor Day weekend at the beach with the first part of the holiday consumed by what was left of Hurricane Hermine...
Wow! No doubt about it, starting today it’s a yearlong celebration of Fayetteville’s best of the best. Good things last and Up &...
This year marks the sixth annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Last year’s walk was the biggest yet with 800 people participating. The...
 The Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex will celebrate Lafayette’s birthday with its annual  Festival of Yesteryear: A...
Cypress Lakes Golf Course celebrates its 50th anniversary in two years. Best known as home of the Floyds, it’s the site of this...
When artists gather together, sometimes magic happens. And that’s what happened on Dec. 4, 1956, when four music icons – Jerry Lee...
We live in a time when the word “narrative” is used repeatedly in discussing or analyzing events and conditions in our nation and...
If you are a decent, God-fearing American, perhaps sitting in church with family and friends listening to a good sermon expounding...
According to the International Association of Fairs and Expos, we have Elkanah Watson a farmer from New England to thank for county...
 The Crown Coliseum presents The Kings & Queens of Hip Hop on Sunday, Sept. 4 at 7:30 p.m.  DMX and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony co-headline the concert...
A seventh generation circus performer, 15-year-old contortionist Juliet Monserrat Carabello Cavellini loves traveling and hanging out...
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill Cumberland County Schools is having a “Stuff the...
The Fayetteville City Council wants the public to know that building a downtown minor league ballpark is the nucleus of a major...
News of Fayetteville Police Chief Harold Medlock’s retirement spread like wildfire hours before the formal announcement last week.  He...
Fayetteville Regional Airport has implemented an expedited TSA screening process for active-duty military personnel. Service members...
I have often joked over the years that my faithful station wagon — Number Seven I think this one is — could make it to Raleigh or to...
We are lucky to have so many quality  entertainment options in Fayetteville. On Sept. 13, we will celebrate many of them at our 19th...
The name may have changed, but the fun is still the same. What used to be the North Carolina Turkey Festival is back but as the North...
Just a few short months ago, summer beckoned. Trips to the beach, the mountains, the mall and visits to family filled the calendar...
The Cape Fear River was once this city’s lifeblood. In the 1700s, settlers built the towns of Campbellton and Cross Creek along her...
Better Health is a local nonprofit organization that aims to improve the quality of life for Cumberland County residents. It was...
Fayetteville City Council’s decision last week to build a $33 million minor league baseball stadium and enter into a 30-year...

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