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Cumulus Media, Inc. and iHeartRadio, the nation’s largest broadcasting groups, have both filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Cumulus,...
“Two for one!” Fayetteville City Council’s Baseball Committee chairman Jim Arp uses that phrase to demonstrate the value of the new...
An audit by TRP CPAs of Fayetteville has found no indication of double billing or a pattern of systematic overbilling by the...
The Fayetteville City Council members must pause and decide, in the overall, what end they are pursuing. That is, as decisions are...
Dear Up & Coming Weekly, I am beside myself that you decided to run in your March 7-13, 2018 issue one of the most logic flawed...
Watching teenagers on television peacefully protesting gun violence in schools and demanding school safety across our nation struck...
I have written about it often: Hope Mills is a beautiful, thriving, All-American community filled with possibilities and destined for...
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Sitting courtside broadcasting high school basketball games with Trey Edge for DK Sports, the itch to return to coaching just became...
Some big names that were fixtures on the Cape Fear High School softball roster for the last few seasons are no more. Stars like Haley...
Jack Britt High School’s time to savor sharing last year’s first-ever share of a conference baseball championship with Cape Fear is...
New E.E. Smith High School boys basketball coach Dontrell Snow has no trouble understanding the history of Golden Bull basketball...
When Robin Burnum relocated from Rhode Island to Hope Mills eight years ago, she’d never worked in a restaurant or experienced life...
Meetings For details about all committee meetings, including location where not listed, call Deputy Town Clerk Deborah Holland at...
Dr. Bob Kretzu, pastor at Hope Mills United Methodist Church, thinks there’s a connection between art and faith. “Art is an...
Cape Fear Regional Theatre will bring Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “Disgraced” to the stage March 15- 25. With special...
Sexual violence is a heavy topic, and raising awareness is critical to changing the societal paradigms that allow it. Every year, the...
The fourth Friday of the month is a special time in downtown Fayetteville. From 6-9 p.m., galleries open new exhibits, shops stay...
Each spring, children around the country anticipate a visit from the Easter bunny. The Airborne & Special Operations Museum...
Fayetteville City Council isn’t satisfied with the draft of a revised ordinance the city attorney’s office has proposed to deal with...
Fayetteville’s Dogwood Festival has been designated the best event in the southeast U.S. by the Southeast Festivals and Events...
I completely admire King Solomon’s prayer for wisdom. Nowhere is true wisdom more needed than with our city’s insistence that we halt...
Once upon a time, there were two German brothers named Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. You may remember them from Grimm’s Fairy Tales, which...
As almost a lifelong resident of Fayetteville’s Haymount neighborhood in six different houses and on both sides of Morganton Road, I...
The Fayetteville City Council voted 9-1 to approve $300,000 of city funds for the baseball stadium construction with the only holdout...

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