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The Cape Fear Regional Theatre has a long history of producing top-notch shows. That tradition continues unblemished with its latest...
A second and more expensive construction problem has arisen at the North Carolina Veterans Park in Fayetteville. It could cost nearly...
Not many companies could stay in business long if they collected only 55 percent of their billings. That’s what American Traffic...
Not many companies could stay in business long if they collected only 55 percent of their billings. That’s what American Traffic...
Former Civil Rights journalist turned college professor Frye Gaillard came to town earlier this month at the behest of the North...
The curtain rises on the new Fayetteville Dinner Theatre’s first stage production in more than 30 years. Why? Because we deserve it.  That’s...
Late last December, I wrote a rather pointed op-ed piece on the development of the parks and recreation plan for the...
We knew it would happen and it has.  Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers, 83 million to 75 million, becoming the largest of two...
If you have been following the Presidential Election Campaign for the past year, you are probably on election sound bite overload. With...
The local distribution of sales tax revenue has driven a wedge between Cumberland County Commissioners and the Fayetteville City...
Progress, Prosperity, Places to Play! That’s the theme of the City of Fayetteville’s outreach effort to educate the public about the...
Tax Increase? “There is a difference between a fee and a tax,” said State Rep. John Szoka. It’s a distinction that is arguable, but for the...
 Once upon a time there was a king named Midas who lived in Macedonia. Once upon our time there was a billionaire named Donald Trump who...
Late last December, I wrote a rather pointed op-ed piece on the development of the parks and recreation plan for the...
In the midst of the Civil War, a young slave named Dan lives on a Southern plantation and loves to play his drum. When a company of...
In the 1970s, The Wiz took Broadway by storm revamping The Wizard of Oz with an all-black cast in a super soul musical. Now, Cape...
Athletes seeking to push themselves — and have a great time — need look no further than the Boomerang Beer and Brat Fun Run 5K. For...
The City of Durham’s police chief lost his job because of a growing violent crime rate. That’s a tough call for any city executive...
Fayetteville City Council members met for seven hours to tackle half a dozen agenda items during its monthly work session last week...
The Greater Fayetteville Chamber is officially reorganized as it heads into another year of business advocacy for its membership. It...
Two Months until the Bond Vote  Fayetteville City Council refined the projects that residents will vote on in a March 15 parks and...
We are in the early weeks of our New Year’s Resolutions, the period when we are enthusiastic about making ourselves — happier,...
For heaven’s sake, pay attention Fayetteville! We have a major decision to make in eight weeks about the future of our community. I’m...
For those who visit local galleries regularly, more than likely they have seen Dwight Smith’s abstract paintings. Smith lives in...
Col. Ron Stephens, commander of Fort Bragg’s Womack Army Medical Center will pass command to Col. Lance Raney on Jan. 8. Stephens is...

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