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Fayetteville city and Cumberland county policymakers have resolved their funding differences on a pair of downtown development...
Eight senior officers of the Fayetteville Police Department comprise Police Chief Gina Hawkins’ new Executive Command Staff. Four of...
“This, in fact, is our new American moment. There has never been a better time to start living the American dream. So to every...
Good Lord willing and the creek don’t rise, this column will appear in print on Valentine’s Day. As a gesture to this most festive...
To all retired military and their families who live in the Cumberland County area and are registered voters: I retired at Fort Bragg...
A young mother of my acquaintance listened offhandedly as her elementary school age daughter played with a friend in the next room...
This week, Up & Coming Weekly Publisher Bill Bowman lends his regular space to columnist Jason Brady. Brady shares his thoughts about...
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Kevin McLaughlin Cape Fear • Basketball • Senior McLaughlin has a 3.75 grade point average. He’s active in the Student Government...
Brant Parker is more familiar than most with the Terry Sanford swim program. He now serves as head coach. Parker swam for the...
Amey Shook has taken the girls swimming program at Cape Fear a long way in just two seasons – all the way to the Patriot Athletic...
How would you like to conduct your own fantasy draft of North Carolina’s best high school basketball talent? For Jack Britt coach Ike...
• Hope Mills Youth baseball and indoor soccer registration is open through Feb. 28 and ends at 4:30 p.m. daily. Baseball ages 5-14,...
When a friend took Amy Williams to her first hot yoga class a couple of years ago, it didn’t take her long to get hooked on the...
Jackie Warner had been waiting to say these words since she was elected mayor of Hope Mills eight years ago. “The lake is back,’’ she...
A typical morning inside Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Assessment and Retention Center, commonly referred to as the ARC,...
We need good leaders more than ever. In our local schools and businesses and churches. We need them in responsible government...
Last year, Deanne Gerdes, executive director of Rape Crisis of Cumberland County, spearheaded an effort to change North Carolina’s...
From the jump, I don’t like this guy. He’s a pretentious jerk with a genuine chip on his shoulder when it comes to women. He thinks...
January’s Fourth Friday in downtown Fayetteville played host to the opening reception of the Black History Month exhibit from the...
A Cat with a hat, and a boy with ideas, An elephant on a nest – wait, is this for real? A trio of bird-girls and monkeys, say what? A...
Since the revelation a few months ago that the Cape Fear River has GenX in it, there’s been a lot of activity from state...
It’s been called one of the deadliest flu seasons by doctors across the country. So far, in North Carolina, upward of 70 people have...
Charlie Baxley recently announced his intent to run for Cumberland County sheriff. Baxley is a 21- year veteran of the Fayetteville...
HIT (Mayor to mayor) Hope Mills Mayor Jackie Warner told her board of commissioners the other day that Fayetteville Mayor Mitch...

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