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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People presents its 29th Life Membership Banquet Friday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m. at...
Every day we are presented with countless opportunities. What to wear, what to eat, how to spend our time, who to spend it with … We...
Half a century ago in his first State of the Union speech, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a “War on Poverty.” Making poverty a...
For a generation now, Cumberland County parents have been unable to persuade their sons and daughters to return home after college...
The Military Times has ranked Fayetteville a disappointing 44th in the nation among medium-sized cities as best places for veterans...
Kenny was late almost every year. It became almost comical to those who knew him. I think it was a curse. Kenny was a high school...
I am in the midst of a revival of hope and unexpected direction for my life. The past nine years or so have been extremely difficult...
No doubt about it — starting today, it’s another yearlong celebration of Fayetteville and Cumberland County’s best of the best. Good...
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The new combination 3-A/4-A Patriotic Athletic Conference has created a headache for the league’s football coaches. They’ve got one...
Before the recent Jungle Run night cross country race at South View High School, host coach Jesse Autry predicted that Cape Fear’s...
Picnic at the Hollow on the evening of Sept. 21 is the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra’s fall fundraiser. It features legendary...
• Oct. 1 Cruise – Into – Paradise Come out and bring your shiniest car, motorcycle, truck or even tractor to display while enjoying...
Greetings from Up & Coming Weekly, Hope Mills’ Community Newspaper. Wow! I love the sound of that. Actually, we have been a part of...
How do you feel about the new partnership between the Town of Hope Mills and Up & Coming Weekly? I’m excited about the opportunity to share...
The 3rd Annual Miss Hope Mills Cotton Pageant is set for Friday, Sept. 29, and Saturday, Sept. 30, with contestants 3-9 years old...
Hope Mills is full of up and coming events for residents and our neighbors to enjoy. We are working on plans to improve our services to the...
Medieval Fantasies Company in cooperation with the Fort Bragg Family, Moral, Welfare and Recreation Department presents the 7th...
This year’s NC Fall Festival is set for Sept. 8-16. It’s nine days of fun-filled events culminating in a full day of shows,...
The Arts Council’s 39th International Folk Festival with Compare Foods is a three-day festival beginning Friday, Sept. 22. During...
Cape Fear Regional Theatre will kick off its 2017-18 season Sept. 14 with “Dreamgirls,” the Tony Awardwinning Broadway musical that...
Operation Inherent Resolve continues in Iraq, but the Army’s 3rd Armored Corps has taken over the fight against ISIS. Fort Bragg’s...
What do Southern U.S. Army posts have in common? They’re named after Confederate officers. The man for whom Fort Bragg was named was a...
Fayetteville’s murder rate is on pace to match the city’s all-time high of 31 homicides recorded last year. Twenty people have been...
It is time to change the conversation in this city. And to change the conversation, you must change the leadership. For Fayetteville to become a...

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