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Jeremy Fiebig has a strong history in theatre. He is the Assistant Professor of Theatre at Fayetteville State University and Managing...
Embracing the New Year As 2013 draws to a close, we know that many are taking inventory of the things that have happened over the...
Hellas, in Hope Mills, is hosting a New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball. The event, hosted by former NFL Philadelphia Eagles linebacker...
The WWE Live returns to the Crown Coliseum on Jan. 3 with its many Superstars: WWE Champion Randy Orton, John Cena, The Bella Twins,...
Cumberland County Consistency James Martin, the Cumberland County manager, recently announced he is retiring and stepping down from...
Every December 25th, families gather around the Christmas tree and unwrap presents. It is after the Christmas celebrations that Cape...
New Year’s Day is a holiday full of traditions and superstitions — especially in the South. As the new year dawns, many people...
Karl Merritt and Bobby Washington have been friends for years. As friends do, the two often chat about things that matter to them...
Sure, most people have heard of Haymount, but not everyone knows about the magic of this part of town. Not only is there a great...
We are all in the midst of holiday festivities.  There are neighborhood gatherings, office parties, social occasions, presents to be...
A prosperous local economy is almost at our fingertips; however, if you are a fledgling organization or local merchant trying to...
Ryan’s Reindeer Run is more than a foot race. It is a celebration. It is a celebration of the life of Ryan Patrick Kishbaugh and his amazing...
The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and the Cumberland Oratorio Singers will join in song to bring Handel’s Messiah to Galatia...
The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and the Cumberland Oratorio Singers will join in song to bring Handel’s Messiah to Galatia...
Among the few certainties in life is that it changes.     Some changes are dramatic — the birth of a baby, a sudden accident, an...
“Say good night, Gracie,” was the familiar quote made popular by the iconic 1950s and 1960s actor/comedian George Burns when he was...
  A tradition in Fayetteville since 1977, The Nutcracker Ballet is many things to many people. This year it has special meaning for...
The days are getting colder and the nights are coming earlier. In North Carolina this can only mean one thing: Christmas is coming. As...
People often think that there’s never much to do right here in the heart of Fayetteville, so they look to neighboring cities like...
       Once upon a time while I was waiting to pay a bill, I heard a 92-year-old man say something pretty profound. Quote he, “If we live,...
Congratulations to our new Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson and all of the city council members — old and new. With less than a week under...
In simpler time and place, Christmas trees were not adorned with lights and glitter, but with ribbons and bows and handmade...
Another Consultant?? Well, first, let me go on record as saying that I am all for having a Visual, Cultural & Performing Arts Center...
“No space of regret can make amends for one life’s opportunity misused” —Charles Dickens. Don’t miss this annual opportunity to...
The Falcon Children’s Home is a haven — and has been for more than 100 years. The home began with just two children in need who were...

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