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Team (noun) a group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sport. Team (verb) come together as a team to achieve a...
A jolt akin to an electric shock shot through my body when I realized that I have been writing for Up & Coming Weekly for a full 15...
Among my many failings as a human being is the fact that I like beauty pageants. Growing up I always looked forward to watching the Miss...
A near shootout among teens inside a fast food restaurant capped an unusually violent month in Fayetteville. The youth who was the...
Each year more than 2,400 pedestrians are hit by vehicles in North Carolina, making our state among the least safe states in the...
A combination of mild winter weather and an early March warm-up are resulting in an intense and early season for allergy sufferers...
Cancer is a too common diagnosis that can uproot and create chaos within a family. Those at the Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation’s...
Throw a stone into still water and the affect is far reaching. One ripple spawns the next for several iterations. Leadership is like...
As the 2015-2016 performance season draws to a close, the Cumberland Oratorio Singers prepare for Ola Gjeilo’s “Sunrise Mass” on May...
Litter is a problem that plagues many cities around the world, and Fayetteville is included. Every piece of trash  tossed onto the...
True love can be hard to find. Some people are hopeless romantics who want the fairytale while others end up living a nightmare. But the...
For the past eight years, young girls throughout Cumberland County and the surrounding area have put their passion for dolls to work to...
Last year Alton Brown, the popular Food Network personality brought his culinary skill, scientific knowledge and sense of humor live to...
The City of Fayetteville and the North Carolina State Department of Transportation have agreed to construct nearly two miles of...
In nearly 50 years, Fayetteville voters have never approved a parks and recreation bond referendum — until now. Similar bond...
Some local officials believe, and even fear, that Fort Bragg is growing too big, too fast from a business perspective. While...
Where's Sheriff Butler? Sheriff Earl “Moose” Butler is rarely seen in public these days and, except for a recent radio interview,...
I am approaching being fully convinced that treating all people fairly is not the strong-suit of most politicians, the media or a...

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