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Horrible things happen that most teenage drivers don’t see first-hand. TV and movie depictions are either cleansed of reality or...
There is a point to be made in this column. Please, bear with me as I do some setting up before getting to that point. A couple of...
Garland Denny was a patriotic, selfless and persistent local veteran. Denny dedicated his retirement years to promoting several...
My friend and former legislative colleague, Rick Glazier, an education advocate extraordinaire, fought for students and schools on...
Cumberland County Schools have been in the headlines quite a bit over the past two weeks. Some of it was good, some of it was not so...
Michelle Ingram loves jazz and she loves to laugh. She left Fayetteville 28 years ago and cultivated her love of jazz in places far...
It’s May – that time between the blistering heat of summer and the unpredictability of spring. This is the time of the year when...
How does Fayetteville present itself to America? There are at least a dozen communities named Fayetteville around the country. Many...
A recent sobriety checkpoint in Fayetteville confirmed a pattern; drunk driving is down.  “I’m thrilled to death that the checkpoints...
Interim Fayetteville City Manager Doug Hewett introduced the public to his budget proposal for the fiscal year, which begins July 1...
Fayetteville police have put an accused serial pedophile behind bars. Rodney Scott, a former part-time basketball coach at two...
City Center Gallery and Books isn’t like the large chain book stores. Located in downtown Fayetteville at 112 Hay Street, it is a...
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...
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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