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Sexual violence is a heavy topic, and raising awareness is critical to changing the societal paradigms that allow it. Every year, the...
The fourth Friday of the month is a special time in downtown Fayetteville. From 6-9 p.m., galleries open new exhibits, shops stay...
Each spring, children around the country anticipate a visit from the Easter bunny. The Airborne & Special Operations Museum...
Fayetteville City Council isn’t satisfied with the draft of a revised ordinance the city attorney’s office has proposed to deal with...
Fayetteville’s Dogwood Festival has been designated the best event in the southeast U.S. by the Southeast Festivals and Events...
I completely admire King Solomon’s prayer for wisdom. Nowhere is true wisdom more needed than with our city’s insistence that we halt...
Once upon a time, there were two German brothers named Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. You may remember them from Grimm’s Fairy Tales, which...
As almost a lifelong resident of Fayetteville’s Haymount neighborhood in six different houses and on both sides of Morganton Road, I...
The Fayetteville City Council voted 9-1 to approve $300,000 of city funds for the baseball stadium construction with the only holdout...
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  Djamila Peterson Pine Forest • Indoor track/track • Junior Peterson has a 3.95 grade point average. She is a member of Key Club,...
For the third time in five seasons, the Northwood Temple Academy girls are state basketball champions. The Eagles brought home this...
With a core of veteran bowlers returning, Gray’s Creek bowling coach Sam Bullard felt his girls squad had a shot at a good season. It...
Open season may be a good thing for a hunter, but for a bowler it’s about as bad as it can get. In bowling, going open means not...
Meetings • Hope Mills Board of Commissioners Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m. at Hope Mills Town Hall. • Public Meeting No. 3 Monday,...
Kristy Jackson is a Hope Mills store owner, but at heart she’s a dance mom, and that’s usually what comes first when a customer...
When it comes to safety from the danger of fire, the citizens of Hope Mills can breathe a little easier these days. The town will...
New York Times bestselling author John Hart, who grew up in Salisbury, North Carolina, is not afraid to take risks. In fact, he seems to...
Fayetteville Technical Community College is excited to announce the start of the Surgical First Assistant program starting this...
Like many Haymount residents and business owners in the iconic historical district, Bobby Ray Wiggs’ roots run deep. He was born and...
Time-weathered instruments and age-old songs passed down from one generation to the next, century after century, is a powerful...
Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra presents “Americana,” one of the last concerts in its “Gone to Carolina” season, this Saturday, March...
Givens Performing Arts Center presents Broadway’s “Amazing Grace: The Musical” at UNC-Pembroke Tuesday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. The...
In 2012, the North Carolina legislature created new options for the state’s 100 counties in the governance of local social services...
Officials of the Cumberland County Public Library and Information Center are reconsidering sponsoring a debate on gun violence. “The...

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