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It appears that Cumberland County Commissioners and Fayetteville City Council members are about to take on fighting poverty as a...
It’s not often that Fayetteville is discussed in the same context with New York and Chicago. The Big Apple and the Windy City rank at...
The early January snow storm disrupted scheduled oral arguments before the North Carolina Supreme Court. Mario McNeill’s lawyers were...
For once, some of our elected public servants are looking out for your safety, welfare and even your tax dollars instead of their own...
As a member of the Cape Fear River Assembly Board with lifelong involvement in agriculture, the land and water, the title of this...
There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as a giant toupee and as timeless as...
In the olden days, we used to call it “the press,” and with good reason. Our news came to us in printed form, produced by real...
Last week’s article in Up & Coming Weekly penned by contributing writer and Fayetteville resident, Karl Merritt, “Diminishing...
  “The Negro needs the white man to free him from his fears. The white man needs the Negro to free him from his guilt.” Martin Luther...
Greater Fayetteville has seen a remarkable reversal in population growth over the last 50 years. Cumberland County’s population...
The Department of Veterans Affairs is in for a radical transformation if President-elect Donald Trump follows through on campaign...
Cumberland County Chief Deputy Sheriff Ennis Wright is serving as interim sheriff until the 2018 election. He succeeds Sheriff Moose...
For several years, playing the “race card” has been an effective means of forcing actions that might not have otherwise come to pass...
Lately, there has been a lot of talk about upgrading and beautifying the gateways into our fine city. Lately? How about for nearly...
Fayetteville Technical Community College has compiled data reflecting that in FY15, FTCC ‘s total impact on the Cumberland County...
Condemned Former Soldier Runs Out of Appeals A former Fort Bragg soldier who killed four women and raped others more than 25 years...
Fayetteville Technical Community College has compiled data reflecting that in FY15, FTCC ‘s total impact on the Cumberland County...
A local roadway project which has been on the drawing board for years is about to get underway. Construction was to have begun in...
Condemned Former Soldier Runs Out of Appeals A former Fort Bragg soldier who killed four women and raped others more than 25 years...
North Carolina Democracy? Shame! Shame! Shame! An online article published in Slate magazine just before Christmas stated that a...
From floating women in abandoned buildings to double-exposed portraits, photographs by Michele Bir evoke a second glance. Appearing...
New Year’s Eve is right around the corner, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate. In fact, start early and enjoy a variety of...
Cape Fear Studios is a nonprofit arts organization that provides a unique space for art in historic Downtown Fayetteville. The old...
The Umoja Group Incorporated presents “Kwanzaa 2016” on Saturday, Dec. 31, from 5 - 8 p.m. at the Smith Recreation Center at Seabrook...

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