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  Assistant City Manager Jay Reinstein, 57, is leaving his post with the city of Fayetteville this week after five years on the job. He...
Cumberland County residents whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Matthew now have a reliable source of information for cleaning...
For some time, I have thought that objectivity is dying in – or disappearing from – America. The confirmation process for Brett...
We’ve all heard the phrase, “Bad news travels fast.” That seems like the case these days. In fact, a reporter once told me the news...
The city of Fayetteville needs and wants a vibrant downtown. The new Astros baseball stadium and tens of millions of dollars in new...
Where do leaders go for inspiration? For new ideas? To grow? To get refreshed? For the past three years, the Fayetteville Business 2...
As I write this column, there’s no guarantee we’ll be playing high school football Friday night. Vernon Aldridge, student activities...
Taylor Melvin Cape Fear • Volleyball • Junior Melvin has a 4.25 weight- ed grade point average. She’s a three-year starter in...
 Julia Napoli isn’t the type to back down from challenges, especially when told she can’t do something.  Her mother, Jen, remembers a...
 The experience of having his son on his football team isn’t new for Gray’s Creek football coach David Lovette.  Three years ago, David’s...
 For many people in the Carolinas, this week has been hellish with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. My heart goes out to so many...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Town Clerk Jane Starling at...
 After a brief delay caused by Hurricane Florence, the popular Gallberry Corn Maze is back and better than ever at 5991 Braxton Road...
 When her daughter, Amanda Lockamy, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2001, Linda Lockamy decided to channel her energy toward...
 In past years, Gallberry Farm Elementary School Principal Dawn Collins has kissed a rabbit and a pig at the school’s annual Fall...
Damage caused to the Hope Mills Parks and Recreation Center offices will force this year’s fall one-stop voting to relocate from...
 “You’d better be careful,” my wonderful seventh grade teacher, Miss Winifred Potts, preached to my class more than 65 years ago.  Miss Potts...
 Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Systems Security &Analysis program is a concentration under the information technology...
The ninth annual Running Water Singers Powwow is set for this Friday, Oct. 12, from 5-11 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 13, from noon-11...
The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra is committed to educating, entertaining and inspiring the citizens of the Fayetteville, North...
When strolling through downtown Fayetteville, it’s almost like taking a step back in time. The quaint local shops, the historic...
“Othello” is a Shakespearean tragedy, based on Giovanni Battista Giraldi’s “Un Capitano Moro,” that is estimated to have been written...
Primary Health Choice, Inc. presents Hotel California – “A Salute to the Eagles” band Friday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. at Givens Performing...
In January 2016, the Pentagon ordered the armed services to conduct a sweeping review of medals of valor awarded since the 9/11...

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