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When James Black skates onto the ice at the Crown Coliseum, he will be every little girl’s dream — Prince Charming. Black, and the...
If you’re from the Fayetteville area, chances are, you’ve not only heard about the infamous World’s Largest Spaghetti Dinner and Greek...
For more than 100 years the Falcon Children’s Home has been taking in children, caring for them and providing not only for their...
While I sat watching television with my son the other day, a commercial came on about unfortunate children in another country. I...
For the last 35 years the Givens Performing Arts Center, located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, has...
Toga! Toga! Toga! What’s the fi rst thing that comes to your mind when you hear that chant? For most people, it’s John Belushi wrapped...
Fayetteville is full of interesting people, and always has been. From the Highland Scots who settled here in the 1700s to the present day...
I like calling Cumberland County home. One reason is all the hidden jewels that you discover only after making the effort to really...
There are several fun events that folks in the community look forward to every year, and one of them is just around the corner — the...
Every year the Town of Hope Mills celebrates its history with the Ole Mill Days Fall Festival. The one-day event will be held Oct. 23...
Ahh, 4th Friday. A chance to enjoy some art, some entertainment, great shopping and dining, too. With the joyful sounds, colors and fl...
The Great Recession has played havoc not only with our finances but with what many of us consider the normal course of life. Young...
Well, if you haven’t yet already “early voted” then the contents of this edition will surely assist you in becoming familiar with...
Few people are suprised by what they see around Halloween, but if you are driv-ing downtown on 4th Friday, Oct. 22, you might get a...
Do you have your passport? That is your National Park Passport. Earlier this spring I visited the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National...
Reistration cycle begins on Monday, Nov. 1, 2010, for current and future students with more than 2,000 spring semester degree-program classes...
Fall is here and it is time to get out there and enjoy the cooler weather, outdoor activities and fun that abound in Fayetteville...
On Friday, Oct. 22, Reggie Codrington will perform at the Crown Center, but don’t wait too long to buy your tick-ets, there are only...
There are 88 schools in Cumberland County. That’s 53 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, 14 high schools, one year round classical school...
Healthy babies. It’s what expectant parents pray for, medical professionals work to ensure, friends and families rejoice over and...
It’s there, the tingle down your spine that makes you feel like you are not alone. The shadow that moves quickly by, the wayward...
The Prince Charles Hotel and the Capitol Building have garnered a lot of press and a lot of headlines over the past year. And it...
Do you remember being 11 or 12 years old? Think hard. Do you remem-ber all of the emotions that were running through your body? The...
There is nothing quite like being a homeowner. The sense of pride and ac-complishment that comes with being master of your own...
Soldier Show 27.0, the 2010 U.S. Army Soldier Show, an “entertainment for the Soldier, by the Soldier” song-and-dance production...

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