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Wedding season is fast approaching, and in anticipation, SkyView on Hay presents its first annual Wedding Open House on Sunday, April...
The Cape Fear Regional Theatre brings to the stage a new adaptation of the Jane Austen classic “Sense & Sensibility” April 12-29...
The Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated will present a Civics 101 seminar and panel discussion...
(Super)heroes traipse across our blockbuster movie screens from the pages of dog-eared comic books. Fools frequent innumerable...
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed local attorney H. Gerald Beaver to serve as a member of the North Carolina Grievance Resolution...
Some moments in this life just stop you in your tracks. And I think they’re meant to. I’ve been looking for this dog since my grandpa...
Being a person of absolutely no musical talent, I feel qualified to make a bold statement: There is no finer musical instrument than...
Once upon a time, we Americans trusted our government. We dutifully listened to President Franklin Roosevelt’s fireside chats and...
Fayetteville’s dishonored City Councilman Tyrone Williams, along with coconspirator T.J. Jenkins, president and founder of the...
John Myoung Seventy-First • Baseball • Sophomore Myoung has a 4.0 grade point average. He is involved with speech and the Green Team...
Through March 27, Terry Sanford’s girls soccer team had a 10-0 record and had yet to allow a goal this season. Bulldog coach Karl...
Baseball season is always a big deal at South View High School. The late Calvin Koonce, member of the 1969 World Champion New York...
Science Night is always a big deal at Gallberry Farm Elementary School, but it was made even bigger this year thanks to a grant from...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Interim Town Clerk Debbie Holland...
Hope Mills is resuming its successful experience with Food Truck Rodeos this week, hosting the first event of 2018 on Thursday, April...
The Fayetteville Technical Community College Trojan Athletics Program returned to the basketball court in the fall of 2016 after a...
North Carolina politicians lavish generous praise on community colleges. Alas, this praise is more often a sort of rote incantation...
Like public school teachers who teach core classes, public school art teachers have many extra duties, too. With so many challenges...
As old man winter makes his retreat and the outdoors beckon, Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra brings music and song to Festival Park...
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women. About one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the...
The Gilbert Theater is nearing the end of its 2017-18 season and will premiere a 2,000-year-old classic with its penultimate...
Wesley Pines presents “On Golden Pond” by Ernest Thompson Friday, April 6, at 8 p.m. at Givens Performing Arts Center. “It is a...
In the wake of the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, there have been reports of alleged threats against high schools in Cumberland...
Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officers patrol all 90 Cumberland County school campuses, including those located...

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