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Former Cumberland County District Attorney Ed Grannis, who prosecuted people charged with everything from speeding to first-degree murder for...
The Cumberland Oratorio Singers, a mainstay in Fayetteville’s musical scene, opens its 2015-2016 season on Friday, Oct. 23 with...
Storytelling is a way to enjoy imagination beyond words. It is a way to entertain, share history and build community. Telling stories was...
Hope Mills is gearing up for its biggest fundraiser of the year — Ole Mill Days — on Friday, Oct. 16 and Saturday, Oct. 17. It’s a...
HEADLINES:  Providence, Rhode Island: “Dunkin’ Donuts Employee Writes ‘Black Lives Matter’ on Cop’s Cup” Hartford, Connecticut:...
Healthcare is a hot topic of debate around the world. Here in the United States, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention touts...
Givens Performing Arts Center is a mainstay in quality entertainment bringing international acts as well as regional and local talent to...
When it comes to fall fun, there is no shortage of corn mazes, haunted trails and pumpkin patches. As this season gets underway, here...
Cumberland County Schools and Communities in Schools puts the spotlight on literacy at the 12th Annual Reading Rocks! Walk-a-thon on...
The Child Advocacy Center’s Pinwheel Masquerade Ball and Auction is set for Saturday, Oct. 17. Don your best party mask and come...
I have been a warm if not avid Carolina basketball fan since high school when one of Fayetteville’s shining sports lights, Franklin...
“Someone’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality.” These words changed Les Brown’s life. He failed the fifth grade and...
Cape Fear Studios is a haven for local artists. It provides a place for member artists to create and sell their works. It also hosts...
The Turtle Island Quartet and Cyrus Chestnut will entertain the community on Oct. 4 as part of the Fayetteville State University Fine...
The 2015 Scotland County Highland Games take place on Friday, Oct. 2 through Sunday, Oct. 4, on the grounds of the John Blue Home and...
I wrote my first column about the popularity of tattoos more than a decade ago after I found myself touring the Airborne and Special...
Well, you can talk until you are blue in the face about escalating Fayetteville and Cumberland County’s image and quality of life by...
Listening recently to members of both the Republican and Democratic Parties, the public seems to be getting fed up with career...
I know I am going where others fear to tread, and, believe me, I do so with great trepidation.   But here I go anyway, diving headfirst...
The International Folk Festival is an annual celebration hosted by the Arts Council of Fayetteville that celebrates the beautiful...
It is easy to talk about change. Talking about change and taking action to make  a change are two very  different things. Wes and Sandy...
The Gilbert Theatre is kicking off another exciting season this year, with some big changes and big shows debuting.   The shows this...
It’s a wonderful thing to love your job — and if that means helping people in the process, so much the better. Jennifer Lescaleet is the...
Four hundred years ago, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra wrote two novels, the first was El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha, which...
The Cirque du Soleil has stayed in the headlines for years. Local residents will get a taste of the stunning and daring circus-style...

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