I feel like an ocean liner at full speed ahead trying to make a sharp right turn. It’s not happening fast, but slow and steady the...
That’s right, friends and neighbors; this week will break the century mark for getting your Christmas shopping done early. Time to...
  Dear Editor: Any chance the editor can pass along to Karl Merritt that Trumps fiscal year and budget does not start until October? He...
As I write this, Labor Day has come and gone. School is back in session, families are settling into normal school year routines,...
It was a long and hard-fought path to the “Rock the Vote” campaigns and dismal voter turnout of recent years. In the early days of...
I spent a good portion of this past weekend wallowing in self-pity as I struggled to deal with a left hand and wrist wrapped in a...
Former cross country coach Donna McCollum and former basketball star Murray Duggins Jr. are the members of the latest class of...
The second of two annual Region Four Coaches and Officials Emergency Fund golf tournaments is scheduled Oct. 15 at Gates Four Golf...
On the first day of school last week, Cape Fear’s Chris Matthews was getting around campus with the aid of a four-wheeled scooter...
Some high school athletes have a difficult time picking a single highlight of their athletic career. For me, it’s never been a...
About 30 percent of North Carolina’s 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans. So how in the world do Republicans ever win...
The Mighty Male Mentoring Program is a goaloriented program designed to support the educational and professional aspirations of...
Sustainable Sandhills presents its Sustainable Saturdays Film Series showing of “Before the Flood” Saturday, Sept. 9, at 11 a.m. at...
Explore local history in a whole new way. The Downtown Alliance and the city of Fayetteville host monthly historic tours by horse and...
Local golfers of every skill level who share two commonalities — a competitive spirit and a desire to network — have been waiting for...
On Sept. 14, “Romeo and Juliet” will take the stage at the Givens Performing Arts Center. This is a onenight-only performance...
Fayetteville has a unique relationship with Marquis de Lafayette, the Frenchman who served as a general under George Washington...
For months, Gen. John W. Nicholson Jr. made the case for an expanded U.S. military commitment to Afghanistan. And for a brief time,...
The city of Fayetteville and county of Cumberland are at an impasse as members hash out differences about day-to-day operational...
Recently, I had the privilege of listening to some Carolina College of Biblical Studies alumni reflect on what motivated them to...
It is amazing how events can change one’s perspective on things. First, there was the tragic shooting of an African American male in...
I am running for City Council District 1 because I believe it is time for a new vision, a new leadership and a renewed relationship...
How do we create a better city, grow our economy and produce a city in which our children and grandchildren will want to return to...
HIT:  The Baseball Stadium is officially under construction in an area of downtown Fayetteville that has gone undeveloped for 45...
I am very sorry and extremely saddened by the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Protesters clashed, a young lady was killed and...

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