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During the Aug. 20 Board of Commissioners meeting, Hope Mills received a plaque from the City-County Joint Appearance Commission,...
“This may be the last time we get together like this.” We hoped he was wrong. But my classmates and I knew that Charles Holland, the...
Dwight Smith, project director at Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery, had a specific reason to include a national abstract...
North Carolina will celebrate the birthday of Revolutionary War hero Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette in Fayetteville Friday...
The curtain has risen on a new season of creative theater from Sweet Tea Shakespeare. First up is Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of...
There was a time when Branch Banking & Trust Company was the dominant financial institution in Cumberland County with 10 branches. On...
The 2018 Campaign of Honor, spearheaded by District 19 Republican Sen. Wesley Meredith, continues into its second week recognizing and...
Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Cold Case Sexual Assault Unit have arrested a suspect in connection with six...
Last year during the November Heroes Homecoming observance, dozens of symbolic Missing Man Tables were set up around Cumberland County. The...
Our community is grateful today to receive a two-year state grant of nearly $1,000,000 to fund 13 additional school resource officers...
Has it been a while since you thought about our old pal, Gilgamesh, the King of Uruk, the superstar of Sumeria? Gilgamesh holds title as the...
We are a nation beset by “isms” – racism, ageism, extreme nationalism, provincialism and, certainly, sexism. While we might suspect and...
This week, Publisher Bill Bowman yields this space to Don Talbot, a citizen who shares his thoughts on the City-County Li- aison...
Bring on fall! It’s time for back to school, cooler weather and the Cumberland County Fair. This 10-day celebration of food, fun and...
I’m still having concerns about the N.C. High School Athletic Association using the MaxPreps rankings as a tool to determine seedings...
Two veteran high school football officials, Arnold Pope and Tony Haire, were recently honored by the Southeastern Athletic Officials...
When it comes to athletics at Cape Fear High School, senior Katelyn Bristley has had a pretty packed schedule over the last four...
This year’s Hope Mills Lake Celebration was such a rousing success that town officials have decided to make it an annual event. Plans have...
MeetingsFor details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Town Clerk Jane Starling at...
By the end of this month, if folks from Hope Mills find themselves trapped in a car or stuck inside a building with doors that don’t...
On July 26, Hope Mills Commissioner Mike Mitchell wrote the first of many confusing and misleading posts on his Facebook page. He...
Paul Thompson is a musician and entrepreneur with a heart for this community – especially its big-hearted musicians. He owned Big...
Dick Spangler, who died last month, changed my life dramatically and forever. That makes it hard to write an objective and proper...
Sweet Tea Shakespeare, the downtown theater company known for quirky outdoor performances that include live music and simple,...
 Diabetes is a serious medical condition that affects over 29 million Americans, and many of them don’t even realize they have the...

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