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  The quarterly Fayetteville Ladies Power Lunch creates a space where women in Fayetteville network with, learn from, empower and...
   Cumberland County rural fire departments have faced increased operational costs for a couple of years with no increase in revenue...
  The city of Fayetteville continues to deal with remnants of damage caused by Hurricane Mathew a year ago. Crews continue to work on...
  Ninety miles down-river from Fayetteville, at the Cape Fear’s exit into the Atlantic, sits Bald Head Island. The island houses a...
It was the last day of the class, and she was sitting on the front row ready to turn in her final project. I asked her how the class...
  HIT (Festival) – Fayetteville’s Dogwood Fall Festival was certainly a “hit.” Culinary offerings were aplenty: 39 food trucks. A...
  Much of my writing and speaking address what might be seen as the failings of American society. Among these failings are poverty,...
  We Americans have heard a great deal about “fake news” in the last two years, but the concept is far from new. Orson Welles’ sonorous...
  If the town of Hope Mills were a new Wall Street stock offering, I would add it to my financial portfolio. Why? Because it has all...
  The Vietnam War was a divisive one. But what is unquestionable is the human heart of those in military service. Retired Navy Master...
Finally, at the end of this crazy rollercoaster ride in the Patriot Athletic Conference, we’ve reached a point where we can start...
  Yomar Machin Seventy-First • Soccer • Junior Machin has a grade point average of 3.36 for Seventy-First. A member of the Falcon...
  Longstanding tradition in American Legion baseball will finally change this summer. After years of playing by American League rules, the...
  This was supposed to be something of a rebuilding year for the Fayetteville Academy boys’ soccer, with a team filled with young...
  Pine Forest football coach Bill Sochovka has an unusual description for the kind of speed star Trojan running back Lavonte Carter...
  Critters: they are everywhere. And they are crazy. Critters and motorcycles don’t get along. I tried to think of how many people I...
 The Givens Performing Arts Center hosts a show honoring pop legend Michael Jackson Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. This event is a part of the...
  State Sen. Rick Horner can quip with the best of them. During a recent debate about school construction needs in North Carolina, the Wilson...
  • Oct. 2-Nov. 18 Registration for Youth Basketball at Hope Mills Parks and Recreation Center, 5766 Rockfish Rd. The center is open...
   The Kiwanis Club of Hope Mills has been active and productive in the last few weeks. Sept. 26, Kiwanis hosted its annual banquet with...
  Antiques and international cuisine. Who knew they could blend together so well to create such a calm, cozy and welcoming atmosphere in a...
  What is North Carolina’s bestknown and most influential college? It might be an institution that went out of business 60 years ago,...
  4th Friday provides an opportunity to enjoy and participate in the city’s growing culture that prioritizes the arts and local...
  The Old Wagram Prison has been taken over by the Scotland County Parks and Recreations department and turned into an unconventional haunted...
  Riding on the success of sold-out performances of “Dreamgirls,” the Cape Fear Regional Theatre will next bring local audiences a classic...

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