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The Journey From Oz is a heartwarming message of hope and encouragement for those facing hard challenges in life. “Whether you are facing...
This month 4th Friday falls on May 25. Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy the weather, check out the new exhibits and performances...
The Spring Lake Campus of Fayetteville Technical Community College is gearing up for the first summer STEM Academy. Students from...
 Surprising Health Benefits from Spring and Summer Foods As the days are getting warmer and longer inspiring people to engage in backyard...
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Jane Davis was up early. She had a lot to do to prepare for an evening meeting with the family...
While many in the community are taking a deep breath and recovering from the hectic celebration of the Dogwood Festival, the staff of...
A season of “Blessings” for Laura Story… Sowing & Reaping As we go through life, we will all inevi-tably reap what we have sown...
She comes with impeccable credentials and plenty of fresh ideas, which is a good thing because she has big shoes to fill. Robyne...
As the 2011/2012 school years winds down, Fayetteville Academy is set to welcome its new head of school, Ray Quesnel. In the...
More Really Is More Like many young people just starting out, I lived in a miniscule apartment with a rent, including water, so low...
Active-duty Soldiers bring the emotional, mental, physical, spiritual and family pillars of military life to the stage in Army...
The latest craze of adventure racing makes its impact on Fayetteville and Fort Bragg with the Thunder Challenge Carolina in Raeford...
The 50th Anniversary Golden Season of the Cape Fear Regional Theatre has been a special season. So it seems only fitting that the...
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a golf game. Imagine this, a child is sick. You wait anticipating the moment when you will hear...
On May 11, along with the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, the Cumberland Oratorio Singers will perform at Saint Ann Catholic Church at...
Break out the tackle box and grab your pole. It’s time for the Swamp Boys Fishing to Fight Cancer Tournament. The event involves two key...
Fayetteville is fortunate to be home to a true gem, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, the oldest continuously funded orchestra in...
As I wrap up my fi rst full academic year at Methodist University, I would like to turn the spotlight on those students who have...
A successful portrait photographer, Jonathan Starling shares his experiences of a popular and historical Italian celebration in the...
Fayetteville’s favorite festival, the Dogwood Festival, turns 30 this year, and like most things, it’s just getting better with age. Slated...
Most people have heard of Easter Seals, but some are more aquainted with the organization than others — especially those whose lives have...
As the First Sanctuary for Soldiers, Fayetteville/Cumberland County relishes the opportunity to celebrate soldiers, vets and their...
“The roots of pottery and agriculture run deep in the rich soil of North Carolina. Pottery and wine go together very well,” says Don...
Did you ever want to use the term “negative space” in a sentence? I just did. Art critics do it all the time. Why should they have all...
American Reunion  (Rated R)   3 Stars Has it really been 13 years since this franchise got started? American Reunion (113 minutes)...

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