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Eight to 10 years ago, a subject who became known as the “Ramsey Street Rapist” terrorized Fayetteville’s north side. Detectives...
The Cumberland County Board of Education begins the new year with new leadership, and not everyone is happy about it.  Rather than...
Today’s contribution to world literature and tomorrow’s fish wrap will consider historical events that took place on 21 December. The...
Christmas is upon us, a sacred day celebrated by Christians around the world and from top to bottom.  It is a time when families and...
Last week I wrote about a crazy holiday situation involving Macy’s department store, Cross Creek Mall, the Salvation Army and the...
We drive by and around them every day, no matter where we are in town it seems. Roadway medians! They’re barriers of all shapes and...
For some people, the Christmas season is not complete without a performance of Handel’s Messiah (Part the First) and the Hallelujah...
If Christmas is  your favorite time of the year, there is no shortage of events to attend.  And if a good display lights up your heart,...
If you haven’t seen Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, you have a few more chances this weekend. Get your...
The City of Fayetteville has recorded 31 homicides this year. That’s the most ever in one year. The most recent murder victim was...
James Palenick has been in Fayetteville less than a year. He is the City of Fayetteville’s new Economic and Business Development...
President-Elect Trump apparently isn’t accustomed to having his plane denied landing at a local airport. But that was the case in...
The opening line of the welcome to my website says, “After all my years of living, there are still some things I do not understand.”...
I look forward to them every Sunday — wedding announcements published in the New York Times full of juicy details about the happy...
I cannot think of a time more crucial to the needs of the residents in our community than this Christmas season. With tens of...
Legacies. World leaders and captains of industry frame decisions in terms of how their actions will affect their legacy. Most high...
For years, Brad Fluke worked in construction. The hours were crazy, it involved a lot of travel and he was missing out on watching...
One of the most beloved aspects of the holiday season every year is the music. People have been singing Christmas Carols for...
December brings Christmas decorations, shopping and holiday cheer.  In Fayetteville, December also brings a few local traditions like...
Fayetteville City Council’s Parks Bond Committee is anxious for contractors to get shovels in the ground on projects authorized by...
A Cumberland County State Trooper has been awarded the Highway Patrol’s Meritorious Service Award. Trooper S.D. Reed was honored by...
A small group of Cumberland County Commissioners and members of Fayetteville City Council is working toward establishing a...
I finally had enough of hypocritical ideologies plaguing my usual social media haunts on Thanksgiving morn. So, I did the next best...
Better late than never, Fidel Castro finally took the dirt nap and entered into the Seventh Circle of Hell over the Thanksgiving...
No doubt about it! This has been, and continues to be, one crazy year. Whether you were thrilled or devastated by the outcome of the...

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