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Fayetteville’s city manager, Ted Voorhees does not need to make statements that might suggest low level paranoia. On July 14,...
It takes a courageous and highly skilled person to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. Yet there is no shortage of paratroopers and special...
The loss of a mother is devastating. It can change the course of a life, and for the Adkins family it did. But instead of allowing this...
By now the Chinese hacking of the personal data of umpty million government personnel records is pretty much old news. The Hack...
There is no other way to say it, a Public school teachers matter. Tremendously. All teachers impart information and knowledge. The good...
 With all the controversy surrounding the Market House, I invite everyone who enjoys living in this community to visit the Market...
World War II was one of the darkest periods in human history. Upon his rise to power in February 1933, Adolf Hitler and the ruling Nazi...
The 4th of July isn’t the only celebration happening in Fayetteville this month. There is also an exciting 4th Friday on July 24. The...
The Fayetteville SwampDogs are proud to partner with the Fayetteville Walk to End Alzheimer’s to present the Bringing Memories Home Safe...
The hottest road race in the south brings back the heat with the 9th Annual Run for the Red road race on Aug. 1. As of this writing 100...
The first time it sank into to me that people from other parts of our nation see Southerners as somehow different I was a college...
Everyone seems to be weighing in on the Market House dilemma caused by local Attorney Allen Rogers who obviously cares more about...
 Kindermusik International is a program designed to provide music programs for children that assist with movement and development. The...
Over the past few years, food trucks have become wildly popular; however, the idea of a mobile restaurant providing a quick meal...
The Gilbert Theater is well-known for its up and coming presentations that not only showecase local actors from the community, but...
Sweet Tea Shakespeare has returned to its roots with the next performance of the season, The Tempest. This classic Shakespearean play...
Our names are important.  They signal our age, race, ethnicity, nationality and other subtle messages in the picture each of us...
Basically, most of us spend about one third of our day sleeping and ideally, the rest of  our day working and playing. Yes, working at an...
Fayetteville supporters of the arts were introduced to a large body of work by mixed-media artist Leslie Pearson last year when...
There is more to Africa than the tragedy and strife portrayed in the news. Isabella Effon is looking to show Fayetteville the...
Summer is always a time for fun and all things country; country music that is. WKML 95.7 has stuck by the slogan “Today’s Country”...
On Sunday, July 12, at 3 p.m., a unit monument will be dedicated for the 824th Quartermaster Company (Air Delivery), U.S. Army...
Good things last and Up & Coming Weekly’s Best of Fayetteville readership survey is celebrating its 18th year paying tribute to...
Ryan Patrick Kishbaugh was passionate about life. He was a well-rounded and accomplished athlete; a generous and giving volunteer in...
Daughters of Christ Ministry, Inc. is hosting the Freedom in Christ Christian Conference for Women on Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18...

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