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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...
There was an air of excitement, confidence and achievement at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Gala last Friday night...
Dear Up & Coming Weekly Readers: Super Tuesdays have come and gone in North Carolina and other states, and even though the fields...
Dear Up & Coming Weekly Readers: Super Tuesdays have come and gone in North Carolina and other states, and even though the fields...
The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority holds the distinction of being the first Greek letter organization established by African-American...
Do you remember where your keys are? What about what you had for breakfast? What year you graduated from high school? What about your...
In case it blew by you, the world celebrated the 107th International Women’s Day last week. I will be honest. The festivities paled in...
No means no, but sometimes it is ignored and sexual assault occurs.  In fact, 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted at some point in...
Cumberland County Commissioners and all but one member of the local legislative delegation came together Friday to talk over issues...
The Fayetteville Public Works Commission has decided to treat Town of Hope Mills utility customers the same way it does City of...
Army Spec. Nicholas D. Roberts, a native of Longwood, Florida, and a resident of Spring Lake, died in a parachute training accident...
Army Spec. Nicholas D. Roberts, a native of Longwood, Florida, and a resident of Spring Lake, died in a parachute training accident...
New Four Star in Command at Kabul          Yet another former 82nd Airborne Division commander received his fourth star. America’s Guard of...
Do you remember where your keys are? What about what you had for breakfast? What year you graduated from high school? What about your...
In case it blew by you, the world celebrated the 107th International Women’s Day last week. I will be honest. The festivities paled in...
Time is short. It’s fleeting. In a blink of an eye, things change, times change, people change. If we are lucky, we grow and become...

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