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This is going to be the greatest election year in history. Each presidential election the candidates tell us this is the most...
Next season the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra begins searching for a new conductor.  This in itself is exciting, but even more so is...
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Fine Arts Week at Fayetteville State University is right around the corner. This Fine Arts Series features music, visual art and...
Yes, I am for keeping the Market House as our logo and on our city seal. It distinguishes our city as unique and should be retained, not only...
Artist Daniel Reeves is inspired by and appreciates the “nature and the patterns of organic beauty.” His high skill level in painting is...
The experiences of my life indicate that there are times when bullies must be slapped. I am convinced that North Carolina is at such a...
At the last meeting of the Fayetteville City Council, a discussion about Community Development Block Grants got a little heated...
Humorist Celia Rivenbark published a column recently recounting her experience judging a fundraising dog show, complete with doggy...
Outer Loop Progress The next phase of Fayetteville’s Outer Loop is scheduled to open to traffic in four months. North Carolina...
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Holly Whitley owns Legend’s Pub, but she’s the first to admit that it does not belong only to her. It’s her friends and the pub...
Well, another Dogwood Festival weekend in Fayetteville has concluded – and, wow! What a wonderful weekend it was. For anyone who has...
Wrestling and boxing matches can be exciting on television, but there is nothing like attending a match in real life. On April 30,...
The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau closed the third quarter of the 2015/2016 fiscal year with a tally of more than 65...
Canines have become a staple of law enforcement agencies around the world. Like many jurisdictions, Fayetteville’s K-9 corps is...
Interim Fayetteville City Manager Doug Hewett is taking personal responsibility for management of the city police department.  Hewett...
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Just like spring, the Fort Bragg Fair returns to the area from April 28 until May 15. This annual family-friendly event is constantly...
The Hit Men is a unique musical opportunity. Five of the most prolific hit-makers in the music industry are bringing their musical...
The Fayetteville-Fort Bragg community paid its respects to the men and women of the 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment during a fly...
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Roses, succulents, calla lilies and more will take on a new level of sophistication as the Ellington-White Contemporary Art Gallery...
Another city manager has been shown the door in Fayetteville with the abrupt resignation of Ted Voorhees on April 11. Contrary to what...
“Friends and good manners will carry you where money won’t.” – Margaret Walker A polite, and mannerly friend will soon be teaching...

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