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The recently formed Cool Spring Downtown District is an effort to rebrand and promote downtown Fayetteville. It was developed to...
There’s an old saying that goes something like, “Eat poor on New Year’s and eat fat the rest of the year.” Eating black-eyed peas and...
During this season of generosity, as we give of our time and treasure, shower loved ones with gifts and count our blessings, it can...
The Umoja Group presents its annual Kwanzaa Celebration Saturday, Dec. 30, from 5-8 p.m. at Smith Recreation Center. “We are probably near...
The North Carolina Department of Transportation this month awarded a nearly $130 million contract for construction of a six-mile...
We measure greatness in several ways. Among them are what a person knows and what a person can do or has already done. We brag about...
Often citizens rely on the media to learn about the workings of local government. In Fayetteville, that means The Fayetteville...
It is clear to me that Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., and far too many other Black Americans in positions of leadership or influence are...
As Americans formulate our resolutions for fastapproaching 2018, Nielsen, the TV ratings folks, tells us that fully 69 percent of our...
I’ve always contended that any successful community needs a healthy and vibrant downtown. Our community is no different. I recently...
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ACTIVITIES • Dec. 21-23 Christmas in Paradise at Paradise Acres in Hope Mills features, lights, a holiday buffet, a live Nativity...
Kyle Jackson is an enthusiastic self-educator and recently certified herbologist – a practitioner of natural, plant-based medicine –...
It can be easy for young artists in Fayetteville to miss out on the pool of talented peers and potential for collaboration...
Except for special events, the Cape Fear Botanical Garden is not open at night. The holiday season is one exception. The garden is...
From pirates to Indiana Jones, who doesn’t enjoy a treasure hunt? Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation presents Christmas...
Last month, the Fayetteville Marksmen held the team’s first Teddy Bear Toss – a tradition among hockey teams where fans throw teddy...
The public is now learning some of what Fayetteville City Council has been discussing behind closed doors in recent weeks and months...
Once again, city of Fayetteville and county of Cumberland officials have been unable to resolve a mutually important issue. Several...
I’m glad cooler heads prevailed regarding the Fayetteville City Council’s need for a grandiose inauguration at taxpayers’ expense...
At a women’s gathering last week, I was struck by how much conversation centered on our national divisions and the amount of sadness...
The relationship (or lack thereof) between the city of Fayetteville and Cumberland County is as legendary as it is pathetic. As we...
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Westover’s boys and E.E. Smith’s girls were voted the top seeds in this year’s Holiday Classic basketball tournament by their fellow...

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