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In the Fayetteville area, we know the Cape Fear River. But have you everheard of Chalk Banks, a trail that runs along the edge of...
On May 25, Cool Spring Downtown District will host 4th Friday, Fayetteville’s monthly exhibitionof art and culture, in conjunction...
K & Q Productions and the Cumberland K & Q Productions and the Cumberland County Tourism Development Authority present The Alumni...
Cape Fear Regional Theatre will wrap up the season with “Crowns,” a gospel musical, May17–June 3. The show, written by Regina Taylor,...
Since the 1980s, the Congressional Institute has been helping members of Congress better serve their constituents and helping...
It’s official. Fayetteville’s sports complex to be funded as part of last year’s $35 million recreation bond referendum will be built...
Primary night in Cumberland County was a short election night. The unofficial vote count was in before 10 p.m. With 77 of 77...
Forging the future of local human services agencies Cumberland County Commissioners have set May 21 as the date they will decide on...
I contend that political correctness is running rampant in America, and when joined with fear, the result is proving destructive...
Hope Mills Mayor Pro Tem Mike Mitchell is concerned about questionable social media practices that are starting to manifest and...
For the past nine months, board members from Cumberland and Hoke counties’ largest agencies have been meeting and talking. They’ve...
Tia Booker Jack Britt • Basketball • Senior Booker has a 3.92 gradepoint average. She is a member of the Total Image Club, volunteers at...
Dr. Marvin Connelly Jr., the new superintendent of Cumberland County Schools, hasn’t had a lot of direct involvement in athletics...
At the Patriot Athletic Conference 3-A/4-A golf competition for the season, Terry Sanford’s Hunter Leclair mounted a successful...
If you think getting ready for a parade just involves decorating a float or making sure you’ve got a good pair of walking shoes,...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed,call Interim Town Clerk Debbie Holland at...
Dr. Bob Kretzu thinks the National Day of Prayer observance scheduled at Hope Mills Town Hall on Thursday at noon is anything but a...
Want to know why conservatives are more skeptical than progressives of the idea of government confiscating more of our money to throw...
Is the cold weather really over at last? And if the warmer season is here, what are some good books you should consider for your...
As the heart and soul of the college, the Fayetteville Technical Community College Paul H.Thompson Library and campus libraries are...
Movies can transport us to any place or time or culture. They engage the entire spectrum ofhuman emotions. We can laugh over life’s...
Getting Food for the Hungry presents Chonda Pierce: Getting Back to Funny Tour on Wednesday, May 9, at 7 p.m. at the Crown Coliseum...
Whether it is fictional characters like Harry Potter or real-life figures such as Harry Houdini or the unknown magician who came to...
The city of Fayetteville, through the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County, currently has several sculptures on display in...
Legal wrangling may impede the process by which Fayetteville City Councilman Tyrone Williams is removed from office. Williams’ lawyer...

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