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Westover has tapped a coach from one of the best known football families in Fayetteville to head its program. Craig Raye, the younger...
Recently, the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, Motorcycle Research Group/Center for Automated Vehicle Systems and the...
On July 14, the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory & Museum opens its doors for an informative and family-friendly open...
Ruth Nelson, the director of Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s upcoming production of “Cymbeline,” which opens July 6 at the Museum of the Cape...
When service members leave the military, they have help transitioning to the civilian world. They have access to job training, they...
  Anyone interested in a fresh and highly creative approach to image-making and ceramics should plan on attending the opening of a new...
  Alex Munroe used to take his dog to play and swim in a beautiful lake in Elizabethtown. When the idyllic property came up for sale,...
  Bud Light, in partnership with the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival, presents its free summer concert series featuring On the Border:...
  Drug overdose deaths have become so common in America that they hardly make the news. But the abuse of medically prescribed opiates...
If Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson hoped that by announcing early he was seeking re-election would discourage others from entering...
Fayetteville’s new chief of police will hit the ground running when she starts her new job next month. Gina Hawkins, 49, the deputy...
  The City of Fayetteville received an additional $1.85 million in grants from the Golden LEAF Foundation to provide relief for...
  HIT: Fayetteville’s 15th annual Blues-N-Brews Festival was a resounding success. It’s the Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s major...
  With some fanfare, the Fayetteville City Council last Monday unanimously adopted its FY2018 budget without a tax increase. That’s great for...
  North Carolina is known for many fine food products — the world’s best barbecue, hush puppies and collard sandwiches come to mind...
  Wedding season is in full swing, and I have already attended several with one more next month in a public park and one in September in...
  Well, Kirk deViere’s YouTube announcement last week that he intends to give up his District 2 City Council seat and enter the race...
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Julie Scott Gray’s Creek • Golf • Senior A recent graduate of Gray’s Creek, Scott’s grade point average was 4.66.         Ashlyn Burton Seventy-First •...
Now that we’ve wrapped up our series of spring football previews of the 10 Cumberland County senior high schools, it’s time to take a...
Summer Solheim ran cross country and track at Jack Britt High School during her years there, but some of her fondest memories on the...
The lure of playing professional baseball this summer was enticing to Cape Fear pitching standout Gavin Williams. But after giving it...
We’ve done it! We have collectively crossed that imaginary line that drops us all into the summer vacation season.  A lot of families...
As a potential student, you might ask yourself, “Should I take a practice placement test?” The practice test is not required but can be...
Erinn Foote, a Fayetteville native, cannot be accused of sitting on the couch this summer — not while she’s at Running Start’s 11th...

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