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Bruised, Bloodied and Battered Citizens Emerge From the Horror of the 2014 Mid-Term Elections Thank God, the election is over. Now,...
It’s time to break out the holiday shopping lists — the 48th Annual Holly Day Fair is right around the corner. Nov. 6-9 shoppers are...
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”    –Benjamin Franklin While staying healthy is not always easy, it is always the...
Veterans Day traces its origins back to the ending of World War 1, “The War to end all Wars.” The actual hostilities of World War I...
Road races are compatible with the mission of soldiers. If you visit Fort Bragg, you will always find people running — a lot of them...
Tom Quaintance, the artistic director at the Cape Fear Regional Theatre, has made his mark on the community in a very short time by...
PWC’s Court Filing: Clarifying Our Responsibilities You may have heard about a recent court filing involving PWC and the City of...
Election 2014: You Decide “The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.” — John F. Kennedy President John F...
Unique, energetic, heart-pounding, amazing, these are all words that have been used to describe a show that is coming to Fayetteville on Nov...
There’s nothing like wanting food from your favorite restaurant on a Friday evening after a long day of work knowing you don’t want...
The inaugural Pinwheel Masquerade Ball, the fall fundraiser benefiting the Child Advocacy Center, will take place at the Metropolitan Room on...
Dr. Michael Martin, director of choral activities and music education at Methodist University and artistic director and conductor of...
Downtown Fayetteville is a destination for shopping and entertainment, and on Oct. 24, it will continue late into the evening with...
Voorhees Vigilantes: Lemmings in Pursuit of the Golden Goose Last week, PWC filed a law suit in Superior Court against the City of...
As the temperatures drop, things are heating up at the Crown Coliseum as Fayetteville FireAntz fans get ready for the opening puck of...
Halloween isn’t normally the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a marathon, but The Halloween Half Marathon plans to...
They have only been here since Aug. 15, but Jenna Dawson and her sister, Shelly Dawson, are excited about Fayetteville’s newest...
October is an incredible season in our community, and the Dogwood Festival is kicking it up a notch with its Fall celebration at...
Every year Laurinburg becomes the center of tradition and art with the Storytelling Festival of Carolina. Hosted by The Storytelling & Arts...
Venues Today Magazine says: Crown Coliseum, You’re Doing Great! I must have missed that piece of good news. Some people say good news...
October 17 is the date the 79th season of Community Concerts kicks-off at the Crown Theatre. Since 1935, Community Concerts has...
Kaleo Supports Inc. is a company dedicated to assisting people with intellectual or developmental disabilities through the often...
Learning to read is essential and begins long before a child enters school. In the United States an estimated 30 million people over the...
Bullying is in the national spotlight right now, although it is an age old problem. It is a problem that children of all ages and in...
Every year, the city of Hope Mills hosts a huge festival dedicated to celebrating the history of the town as well as providing an...

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