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Fayetteville Police Officer Paul Davis, Jr. and 25-year-old Reginald Butler recently crossed paths. From what Police Chief Harold...
Editor’s note: Last week, the Fayetteville Police Department lost one of its own. A young officer took his own life. Police ask that...
The 23rd Annual Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast is at 8 a.m. Jan. 18 at the Crown Expo Center.  Rev. Brian Thompson, pastor of...
The Sunday school class that I am a member of discussed Zechariah’s Song on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015. In that song, Zechariah, who is...
What can you say about a year that brings a 100 degree drop in temperature overnight, the rise of Lawrence of Arabia and the Theory of...
For many of us, the holidays bring precious time with family that is often hard to come by during the rest of the year. The Dicksons shook...
Anyone who cares about this community and watches a lot of TV should notice the similarities in the relationship between the City of...
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is on stage at the Givens Performing arts Center on Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m.  The musical...
According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there are about 25-30 million real Christmas trees sold in the U.S. every year...
“What form of advertising can be experienced throughout the day, every day of the week, not surrounded by editorial, programming or...
There’s an old saying that the wheels of government turn slowly. Nine months ago, a house at 4705 Belford Road at corner of Glensford...
Fayetteville Regional Airport Director Brad Whited calls a construction project at the 47-year-old Fayetteville Regional Airport “a...
Road Deaths Down The holiday season is not only one of the busiest travel times, but this year’s low gas prices mean many people are...
The week between Christmas and the New Year makes me feel increasingly fresh and clean. Out with the golden glitz and Manheim...
As many are planning and anticipating New Year’s celebrations, some of us are looking expectantly at the new year, and what a...
After the ball in Times Square has dropped and toasts and good wishes are offered, it happens. The holidays are officially over and...
  After the ball in Times Square has dropped and toasts and good wishes are offered, it happens. The holidays are officially over and it...
The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services said the Fayetteville Police Department must continue to...
The year ahead will be one of focus and attention to detail for county government. Cumberland County Commissioners will be watching as the...
It may not be fashion week in New York, but the catwalk is heating up in Fayetteville as An Affair to Remember, owned by Kathy...
Parks Bond Issue Supported Come the first of the year, the Fayetteville City Council is likely to better define the scheduled March 15 bond...
A few years ago as I finished a radio interview, a black male who lives in Fayetteville and is active in addressing political, racial...
What is so rare as a fruitcake in December? Unfortunately, nothing. Hordes of fruitcakes annually distend American abdomens...
The very idea of climate change — aka global warming — and fossil fuels’ role in that alleged process boil the blood of...
I was a little girl when Jimmy Carter was president. While I would never classify him as one of my top 30 presidents, I do remember quite...

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