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In 1915 playwright Edgar Lee Masters wrote about a huge part of American life, the small town. Not only did his play break down the...
Shopping for the 2012 holiday season has begun for many people across the state and decorations are starting to appear in all the...
Question: Boil 4,000 pounds of spaghetti, add 800 gallons of sauce, plus an assortment of tantalizing sweets and pastries and what do...
Dear Editor: If there is an iconic image of Downtown Fayetteville, and its near miraculous transformation, that image would include...
Social Security Offers Online Resources Editor’s Note: Our regular contributors Martha Owen and Susan Guy donated this space to...
The Fayetteville Technical Community College Board of Trustees and FTCC President Dr. Larry Keen dedicated the new General Classroom Building...
The starter’s gun will fire at 8 a.m. sharp for the 16th Annual Joint Special Operations 10K Run/5K Walk. This year’s edition will take...
Community Concerts is as much about the community as it is about the concerts, really. For this all-volunteer organization, the past...
You are so sweet. Don’t sugar-coat it, give it to me straight. I have a sweet tooth. Revenge is sweet. Give me some sugar. Let’s keep...
Since Clara Barton first tended to wounded soldiers in the Civil War, at extreme risk to herself, the Red Cross has been known for...
Sinister (Rated R) 4 Stars Director Scott Derrickson scores a run with Sinister (110 minutes), surprising for the guy who directed the...
  War was raging overseas when Fort Bragg was established in 1918. It was at Compiégne, France, that the armistice was signed; the...
A new exhibition, A Play on Colors, opens Nov. 2 at the David McCune International Art Gallery in the Bethune Center for Visual Arts at...
“Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.”                                                                                                 — Maya Angelou It is...
Performer Takes on a Fight It’s likely that all of us have been touched by cancer in one way or another. This week in the Buzz we will...
Successful Hospital Discharges Aren’t Accidents Nearly a quarter of all hospital discharges patients experience an adverse medical...
Holiday shoppers take note, the Holly Day Fair is right around the corner. This year, the largest holiday gift and craft show in...
It’s that time again — new exhibits are opening and activities abound on 4th Friday in downtown Fayetteville. 4th Friday is a true...
Halloween is coming; Wednesday, Oct. 31, and this year like many years in the past will be full of new costume characters mixed with...
Paging Cotton Mather Does anyone remember Cotton Mather, 1663-1728? How about Jonathan Edwards, 1703-1758? The 47 girls in my...
The 2012-2013 game lineup is going to be more exciting than ever. The Fayetteville FireAntz are starting their 11th season in the...
In the contemporary art world of stacked chairs as sculpture or mixing unlike styles in one painting, the art works of Seán McDaniel...
Water. It’s what attracted early settlers to the Hope Mills area. Although settlers were thriving in the area in the 1700s, it was...
As the weather begins to cool and the dark descends earlier and earlier each day, our thoughts naturally turn to the darker side of...
For students, school becomes a home away from home — especially college students. It is hard to sleep, eat, study and socialize...

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