City Unveils Moose Butler Lane

Folks who can tell you just about everything when it comes to the Massey Hill community like to do something called noodling.             They do a lot of noodling early […]

Medi Bites = Delicious Fare

Story and photos by Janet Gibson Confession: When I first heard about Medi Bites, I thought the Medi meant medicine, as in food that heals and fuels us. Well, I […]

Good eats: Food truck with a purpose

By Janet Gibson Photography by Cindy Burnham You haven’t truly lived until you’ve experienced the rich, gooey goodness of a grilled PB&J. “It’s good!” I mean, this is REALLY gooooood!” […]

Editor’s Corner: Life-long learning

By Kim Hasty It is best, it seems, that education continue long past the days when we were tasked with memorizing the periodical table of elements or with having to […]

Fayetteville History: ‘The city of churches’

By Weeks Parker Fayetteville has been called ‘The City of Churches.’ When I was a boy living with my parents, my sister Vivian and my aunt Lucy at 109 Rowan […]

Skyline State of Mind

True confessions from the inner sanctum of the hottest disco on the planet, circa 1977 By Janet Gibson A pulsating disco beat and raging hormones created a powerful combination at […]

Skyline Standouts

By Kim Hasty The Skyline, like the disco era itself, came and went in a brief but memorable flurry of brightly colored polyester shirts, sequined dresses and lots of dancing. […]

Skyline Memories

By Kim Hasty “I would go with friends on Friday and Saturday nights. It was nice to be up so high and see the city lights. That was the biggest […]

Health: Cape Fear Valley Hoke Hospital

A culture of caring with an ‘awesome team’ By Kim Hasty Photography by Cindy Burnham Additional photos contributed by Cape Fear Valley Health They had been planning to celebrate with […]

60 years of ‘finger lickin’ good’

By Bill Kirby Jr. When it comes to that “finger-lickin good” fried chicken, Steve Paris can tell you all about it. He learned from the Colonel. “He was a Southern […]