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Crisis in Confidence: Chavonne Sends Out S.O.S. After speaking to many Fayetteville residents about the results of Fayetteville’s 2013...
Put John Poulos, Pete Skenteris and Tony Kotsopoulos in a room and start asking about the World’s Largest Spaghetti Dinner and Greek...
Each Christmas season, Samaritan’s Purse chooses to celebrate by reinforcing the adage that it is better to give than to receive. The...
Election Aftermath This past week’s local election should be a lesson to some unsuccessful candidates. Keep an eye on your rear view...
There was a time when Christmas meant homemade gifts under the tree and fresh baked goodies all through the holiday season. That can...
The sun is just peeking through the trees that line the banks of the Cape Fear River when the first students arrive for classes at...
Many years ago I saw an unusually beautiful work of art on one of the walls at the Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland...
Slide on down to the Crown Theater Nov. 10, as it presents blues and rock legend Joe Bonamassa on stage. He is hailed worldwide as...
“When you’re down and troubled and you need a helping hand … you’ve got a friend.” This phrase made famous by North Carolina singer...
The Child Advocacy Center’s annual Blue Jean Ball is a favorite event for many in the community. This year the event has a few new...
Fayetteville Technical Community College is far more than just a college. It provides the community with so many different...
Boys and Girls!  Attention, Please! You and I are among the 300-million plus Americans who are sick to death of the dysfunction in our...
Congratulations Mayor! Well, Fayetteville finally has a new mayor, new council members and hopefully a new energetic direction. Again,...
Hope Mills Candidates Up & Coming Weekly sent a questionnaire to local candidates. Below are the responses from the Hope Mills...
Listen to My Mother Among the best-known axioms in advertising is this: Sex sells. Hence, print and broadcast ads featuring scantily...
Last season’s line-up at the Cape Fear Regional Theatre caused quite a buzz in the region. But that doesn’t compare to the hum that...
This year marks the 140th anniversary of Saint Joseph’s Church, Fayetteville’s second oldest Episcopal congregation. Its history...
Gasp!! The Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland County is celebrating the festive late October season with a competition...
Cape Fear Botanical Garden provides the citizens of Fayetteville with a bright and beautiful spot to enjoy the beauty of nature. The...
There is a reason that the Holly Day Fair is a family tradition for many in Fayetteville and beyond – many reasons actually. There is...
Character Education: Learned and Reinforced I just returned from Washington D.C., where I attended a character-education partnership...
With Fort Bragg at the heart of the community, the people of Cumberland and the surrounding counties don’t wait for Veterans Day to...
Sounds of Success, more commonly known as S.O.S., was first conceived in 1977 in Atlanta, Ga., but they are known nationally, and on...
This year has been incredibly hard for educators facing budget cuts. To help lighten the impact of the cuts, Communities in Schools...
Fayetteville has always been full of fascinating history. Many notable events and people have helped shape who we are as a city...

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