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With the past month’s dreary weather giving way to sunshine in the coming weeks, and the building excitement inside classrooms all...
Cumberland County’s Headquarters Library is turning 30. A celebration is set for Sunday, June 12, in the Pate Room of the library...
On May 29, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and the Army Ground Forces Band will join together in the annual Symphonic Salute to...
Known for its commitment to excellence, diversity, inclusion and willingness to take artistic risk, the Cape Fear Regional Theatre is...
Childhood taunt updated: “Vlad and The Donald sitting in a tree/K-I-S-S-I-N-G/First, comes love/ Then, comes marriage/Then, comes The...
Charlotte Blume 2015 Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame Award
I think my father started it years ago, but in our circle when a family member or friend does or says something so quintessentially...
Fayetteville Observer reporter, Paul Wolverton, did an excellent job last week reporting on the developing trend of a dwindling...
Horrible things happen that most teenage drivers don’t see first-hand. TV and movie depictions are either cleansed of reality or...
Garland Denny was a patriotic, selfless and persistent local veteran. Denny dedicated his retirement years to promoting several...
  Michelle Ingram loves jazz and she loves to laugh. She left Fayetteville 28 years ago and cultivated her love of jazz in places far and...
I must make one caveat before I begin this review. I love the music of Johnny Cash. I learned a lot of it as a small child riding in...
Five years after his release from prison, James Butler, 49, of Fayetteville, is looking for a job.  Butler spent eight months behind...
Fayetteville’s Public Works Commission is quietly improving the city’s night scene by lighting it up. Bright LED street lights are...
Fayetteville City Council surprisingly said “no” to a vote of the people in November on whether terms of office should be changed...
There is a point to be made in this column. Please, bear with me as I do some setting up before getting to that point. A couple of...
My friend and former legislative colleague, Rick Glazier, an education advocate extraordinaire, fought for students and schools on...
Cumberland County Schools have been in the headlines quite a bit over the past two weeks. Some of it was good, some of it was not so...
Michelle Ingram loves jazz and she loves to laugh. She left Fayetteville 28 years ago and cultivated her love of jazz in places far...
This is going to be the greatest election year in history. Each presidential election the candidates tell us this is the most...
City Center Gallery and Books isn’t like the large chain book stores. Located in downtown Fayetteville at 112 Hay Street, it is a...
It’s May – that time between the blistering heat of summer and the unpredictability of spring. This is the time of the year when...

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