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Kicking off the Gilbert Theater’s 25th season, “Godspell” the musical tells the story of Jesus Christ as portrayed through the New...
In the late 1970s, John Malzone was asked to plan a parade for a local festival that would celebrate the many ethnic and cultural...
Sept. 19 through Oct. 7, Cape Fear Regional Theatre debuts the world premiere of “Music City.” CFRT has enlisted the talents of a...
A former 82nd Airborne Division first sergeant has been demoted and reassigned for having an affair with a lower ranking enlisted...
Fayetteville Mayor Mitch Colvin said city council is in no hurry to amend a city ordinance governing Fayetteville’s human relations...
Fayetteville’s mayor said he will establish a city council committee to develop a proposal for county commissioners on the future of...
Farmers and agriculture communities are the backbone of our great state, and every time I see a billboard proclaiming, “Thank a...
I find it more and more difficult to be hopeful regarding the future of America, this country that I love. Despite so many positive...
As I write this, Hurricane Florence is inching across North Carolina with the speed of oozing hair gel, as a much-diminished Category 1 storm...
Editor’s note: Publisher Bill Bowman and the staff at Up & Coming Weekly look forward to celebrating our Best of  Fayetteville winners every...
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was written in advance of the arrival of Hurricane Florence last week to alert Hope Mills residents on...
Shavonne Spell South View • Volleyball • Junior Spellman has a 4.3 grade point average. She’s in the International Baccalaureate...
There’s an ancient idiom that says a man is known by the company he keeps. That idea can be applied to other things, too, and it’s at...
Bill Yeager, veteran assistant football coach at Terry Sanford High School, remembers it like it was yesterday. A local dentist asked if he’d like to...
It’s time to dust off those hippie sandals in the back of the closet and dig out the tie-dye T-shirt you’ve got in mothballs...
The Gray’s Creek chapter of Future Farmers of America was recently recognized at the Cumberland County Fair for having the best booth...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed,call Town Clerk Jane Starling at...
The town of Hope Mills recently joined the city of Fayetteville in establishing a law prohibiting citizens from engaging with...
Just when you think the marketplace can’t get more competitive, some company ups the ante or changes the rules. If you don’t believe me,...
Comedian Tracy Morgan will be live at the Crown Theatre Saturday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m.   This is one of many stops on his standup comedy...
Givens Performing Arts Center will open its 2018-19 season with “The Three Musketeers” Thursday, Sept. 20, and Friday, Sept. 21, at 8...
Some veteran firefighters are asking why it took so long. The Cumberland County Fire Chiefs Association recently purchased ballistic...
If you park your car on Person Street adjacent to the county courthouse, you might pull into a spot that indicates two-hour parking. You’ll do...
Three times since 2013, Fayetteville City Council has commissioned surveys that asked residents what they think about city government...
Many Cumberland County thoroughfares have undergone a major transformation in recent years with the elimination of center turn lanes...

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