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Not everyone has access to appropriate healthcare. Recognizing the gap between needs and services, Better Health has worked since...
Employees of the Fayetteville Public Works Commission have reached a new safety milestone, having worked more than 5 million work...
We all have experiences we immediately recognize as shaping our lives. Marriages. Children. Illnesses. Deaths. Jobs. Retirements...
Is Fayetteville a sanctuary city for the homeless? It could happen. Actually, it is happening. Why? Because we live in a community where...
Operation Inasmuch is a Fayetteville-based nonprofit that provides a myriad of services to the city’s homeless population. The...
We Americans talk a big game when it comes to electing our public decision makers. Every election that rolls around is accompanied by...
Well, no doubt, I was not the only one that was sad and disappointed at the Fayetteville Observer’s Thursday, Nov. 5, article written by...
For almost 60 years, the congregation at Saints Helen and Constantine Greek Orthodox Church has pulled together to feed their friends and...
Christmas is going to be a little different in Fayetteville this year at the Gilbert Theater. Instead of the familiar A Christmas...
Vilas Tonape, like so many art professors in academe, wants students in his advanced painting and drawing classes to explore ways to...
Flashdance the Musical comes to the Givens Performing Arts Center on Nov. 14. It is a tale about dreams, hard work, love and hope.  It is...
Currently 5.4 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease and about 13 percent of them that are diagnosed are 65 and older,...
Several weeks ago, I wrote a column as a follow-up to one I had done ten years ago on tattoos.  It is a subject that fascinates me and one...
 Jean Stultz is a force of nature. Those who know her know her quick wit, her rich laugh, her business savvy and her incredible love of her...
For nearly half a century the Junior League of Fayetteville has hosted the area’s biggest and best holiday shopping experience. A...
Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s second production in the 2015-2016 season, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, is an adaptation of the...
Jean Stultz has been a pillar in the Fayetteville community for years. As the president and chief executive officer of Bragg Mutual...
Veterans Day has always had a very special place on the Fayetteville calendar. Fayetteville is intertwined with Fort Bragg and so the...
Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson Mayoral Candidate It was just over 27 years ago that I served as an intern for our late Mayor, J.L...
That whooshing sound you may have heard recently was your columnist checking a big item off her bucket list. I have now been down the...
We want to welcome our newest contributing writer, Karl Merritt, to our community newspaper. His conservative and inspirational...
A spine-tingling favorite among the area’s haunted trails, the Stoney Point Fire Department’s Trail of Terror is bigger and better than...
Fayetteville State University presents the Baltimore Consort Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. in the Pate Room at the Headquarters Library in...
Downtown Fayetteville is full of exciting opportunities. There is something for every member of the family from art to history to...
“The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to...

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