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I have finally reached the point that nothing, no matter how senseless, surprises me. Consequently, the content of an article by...
Editor’s note: This column, aside from the first paragraph, originally ran in the April 6, 2011, issue of Up & Coming Weekly.   Nostalgia...
On Aug. 28, Hope Mills Mayor Jackie Warner was interviewed by Jeff Goldberg (Goldy), the morning radio host on WFNC 640AM. It was a...
One of Fayetteville’s most popular cultural celebrations, the Greek Festival, has been offering free admission every year for 28...
I was born when Dwight Eisenhower was in the White House, so I don’t make any apologies for being defined as old school. I’ve seen a...
Coming off the best girls golf season in Cape Fear High School history, coach Todd Edge said he looks at the 2018 campaign with...
To hear that Terry Sanford is the favorite to win this year’s Patriot Athletic Conference girls tennis title is no surprise. But league...
South View High School’s 19th edition of the Jungle Run cross country meet is scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 1, starting at 6:15 p.m. The...
The Gray’s Creek boys soccer team is coming off a 21-win season and a trip to the third round of the North Carolina High School...
 Summer may be for vacations for most people, but don’t tell that to Jack Britt High School and future N.C. State golfer Spencer...
MeetingsFor details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Town Clerk Jane Starling at...
Awards continue to come to the town of Hope Mills with the restoration of the town’s centerpiece, Hope Mills Lake, now that the dam...
During the Aug. 20 Board of Commissioners meeting, Hope Mills received a plaque from the City-County Joint Appearance Commission,...
“This may be the last time we get together like this.” We hoped he was wrong. But my classmates and I knew that Charles Holland, the...
Dwight Smith, project director at Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery, had a specific reason to include a national abstract...
North Carolina will celebrate the birthday of Revolutionary War hero Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette in Fayetteville Friday...
The curtain has risen on a new season of creative theater from Sweet Tea Shakespeare. First up is Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of...
There was a time when Branch Banking & Trust Company was the dominant financial institution in Cumberland County with 10 branches. On...
The 2018 Campaign of Honor, spearheaded by District 19 Republican Sen. Wesley Meredith, continues into its second week recognizing and...
Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Cold Case Sexual Assault Unit have arrested a suspect in connection with six...
Last year during the November Heroes Homecoming observance, dozens of symbolic Missing Man Tables were set up around Cumberland County. The...
Our community is grateful today to receive a two-year state grant of nearly $1,000,000 to fund 13 additional school resource officers...
Has it been a while since you thought about our old pal, Gilgamesh, the King of Uruk, the superstar of Sumeria? Gilgamesh holds title as the...
We are a nation beset by “isms” – racism, ageism, extreme nationalism, provincialism and, certainly, sexism. While we might suspect and...
This week, Publisher Bill Bowman yields this space to Don Talbot, a citizen who shares his thoughts on the City-County Li- aison...

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