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Tweets from the Past My grandmother died many years ago, and as is the usual course of such things, it fell to my father and his...
Over the past 60 years, the role of women in our society has changed dramatically. Many women have traded in their ironing boards for...
As our hot, hot summer is winding down to a close, everyone is looking for a way to capture some final quality summer time with...
Long before supermarkets and grocery stores, people had to identify food by more than the price tag above them. Medicine was a...
With the year-round schools already in full swing and the traditional 10-month schools about to start, back to school season is here...
In the words of Pearl S. Buck, child advocate and founder of Pearl S. Buck International, “If our American way of life fails the...
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Rated PG-13)  5 Stars There was a real risk for the Rise of the Planet of the Apes (105 minutes) to...
Driving south on Lake Logan Road, in the Pigeon River Valley and the shadow of Cold Mountain, headed towards Inman’s Chapel the other...
Who Knew? It is fair to say that I am a significant consumer of media output, not all of which is actually news. Two newspapers land in...
Yes Virginia, there is a place where it is not over 100 degrees. If you read it in the Up & Coming Weekly it must be true. This is...
Fayetteville is a town steeped in history, and wars have always been a major part of that history. For years, the Museum of the Cape...
When Fayetteville and Cumberland County merged Parks and Recreation Departments to become Fayetteville/Cumberland Parks and Rec in...
It’s almost the end of summer, but things aren’t slowing down for 4th Friday in Downtown Fayetteville. On Aug. 26, 4th Friday’s theme...
When today’s seniors were raising families, meals were often a special time to catch up on the day’s events and share family...
Cowboys and Aliens (Rated PG-13) Three Stars Well, I feel rather foolish. I (and I keep my ear pretty close to the ground on this...
If Hell is as hot as July and August has been then I guess I need to go to church more often. Honestly, I don’t know if I can take...
Need a break and some time to relax from the day-to-day stress of life? Fayetteville Technical Community College invites you to visit the...
On Monday, Aug. 16, theMuseum of the Cape Fear givesyou the chance for a lunch datewith history in the fourthinstallment of their...
An estimated 56 million students will be enrolled in elementary, junior high andhigh schools across the nation this fall. While...
hos· pi·tal·i·ty [hos-pi-tal-i-tee] –noun, plural -ties.The friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers.If Southerners are...
It’s time to put on your parachute pants, spike up your hair and headback to the ‘80s! On August 18, Fayetteville After Five presents...
While the first official Army parachute jumpedtook place on Aug. 16, 1940, it was in Augustof 2002 that then President George W...
With gas prices and unemployment at record highs, many are feelingthe pinch come summer. The dream of the ideal vacation some place...
The first things many Americans did after members of Congress heldtheir noses and passed a rise in the United States’ debt ceiling was...
“Gnarly,” “munchin’ on some grindage” and “looking for some Betty’s” are all classic phrases coined by Paul Shore in early ‘90s...

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