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The Civil War History Center proposed for Fayetteville has struggled with image for the 10 years the idea has been developed...
The Fayetteville Fire Department has designated a veteran fire captain as its official recruiter. The position was established in...
Another 11 ex-offenders will be getting jobs when Kinlaw’s Supermarket finishes its $500,000 store expansion. Owner Tommy Kinlaw said...
The new year is well underway. If you’re like most people, you made a few resolutions. And if you’re like most people, you may have...
Before we start a new year, I always take time to reflect on the year that has passed. 2017 has been a year for the history books. As...
I have come to a point of empathizing with wealthy Americans. In my estimation, they are being financially victimized. Much of what...
More than a few Americans and people elsewhere in the world expected 2017 to be the Year of the Woman, or more specifically, the Year of...
Business-wise, 2017 was a great year, but I’m especially excited about 2018. Fayetteville and Cumberland County are flush with...
Xavier Callejas E.E. Smith • Senior • Football Callejas has a grade point average of 4.29. In addition to playing football, he’s...
The 2018 Cumberland County Holiday Classic that wrapped up at Fayetteville State’s Capel Arena just before Christmas will be...
Congratulations to these Southeastern Athletic Officials Association officials who called the 2-AA football finals at Kenan Stadium...
Cumberland County Schools will participate in the annual Play4Kay charity fundraiser during the month of January. Play4Kay is named...
Activities • Every Monday and Friday, the Alms House serves meals from noon to 12:30 p.m. and 5-5:30 p.m. Saturday meals are at noon, and...
During the Christmas celebration of 2017, my family and I, once again, enjoyed Hollywood’s classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Our...
Gallery 208 is pleased to introduce artist Joseph Begnaud to Fayetteville, North Carolina, in his first solo exhibition at a local...
Derik Nelson and his siblings have been performing since they were quite young. Up & Coming Weekly interviewed them about their...
The African Children’s Choir began as one man’s vision to show the western world the hope, dignity and joy of Africa’s children. Ray...
As a general and liaison for France, Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette played a pivotal role not only in the American...
The city of Fayetteville was first recognized as one of the most integrated communities in the nation 25 years ago. Recently released...
Fayetteville Technical Community College has been ranked first nationally among large community colleges that serve military members...
Time flies when you are having fun. Fruit flies like bananas. Seems like only yesterday, the year 1918 was only 99 years old. Now...
MISS: Leaf season The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized Fayetteville as a Tree City for 15 years. A lot of trees means a lot of...
This week, Publisher Bill Bowman yields this space to Margaret Dickson, longtime Up & Coming Weekly columnist. Enjoy her eloquent and...

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