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As is the case with many of you, I feel that most of my year has revolved around the ongoing battle between the City of Fayetteville and PWC...
On Saturday, June 6, two things that just work together will create a fun, entertaining event for Fayetteville residents as the 12th...
Operation Ceasefire is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to reducing violent gun crimes and gang crime in Fayetteville. The...
The weather is heating up, which can only mean one thing — baseball is back at The Swamp! The team is working hard to offer an...
Thank goodness! It’s finally over. I have no idea why it has taken this community nearly a decade to  realize it was are engaged in a...
This month’s Fayetteville After 5 concert is a trip back in time. Celebrate two of the ‘80s most popular bands while surrounded by...
Challenges. Some people shy away from them. Others embrace them. Ivan Castro, founder of Special Operators Challenge, relishes...
What’s your PWC story? On May 26, Fayetteville City Manager Ted Voorhees wants to host a public hearing on PWC and HB 392. Really? I...
The Fayetteville SwampDogs kick off their 15th season on Tuesday, May 26, officially becoming the longest-tenured sports franchise in city...
All indications are we are about to put this City of Fayetteville tug-of-war over control of the assets of PWC behind us. This is a...
The Gypsy Women at Legends Pub are rowdy and fun loving. They are endearingly high-spirited and sassy, but that is not what people...
Elizabeth Cashwell Elementary School has become a unique center for learning. The school, like many in the area, is confronted by...
On Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2, history will be made at the Cape Fear Regional Theatre when DOWNRANGE Voices from the Homefront is...
If you haven’t noticed, the Fayetteville Observer editorials, especially the one from April 14, lean favorably toward abandoning the Crown...
The Fourth of July 2015 will be here before we know it, with Americans of every stripe celebrating the one thing we all have in...
For the past several years, a favorite road trip for my family and me, has been a quick jaunt up to Baltimore to catch our beloved...
In the opening night buzz of the audience at The Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s much anticipated The Trip to Bountiful,  words of love...
For more than 20 years, the Cumberland Oratorio Singers have entertained the community through the presentation of professional...
There are a few annual traditions in Fayetteville that inarguably mean spring has arrived and summer is well on its way. One that...
Excitement is blooming in the community for the upcoming Dogwood Festival April 24-26 in Downtown Fayetteville. The annual rite of...
Okay everyone, take a look at your calendar and make plans to get lots of sleep this week. You may want to add some stretching and...
Since 2008, The Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame, operating under the auspices of Community Concerts, has inducted Cumberland County...
Lynne O’Quinn is no stranger to the military. Her father and grandfather both served and instilled in her a respect for the...
Fayetteville is an arts-friendly town if there ever was one. With several galleries, resources and support systems for creatives it...
A sure sign of spring in Fayetteville is the sight of hundreds of motorcycles and convertibles converging on the Airborne and Special...

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