Fayetteville Life

Beaufort is Steeped in Colonial History and Charm

Crossing the bridges from Morehead City to Beaufort is always interesting. First, you are presented with a grand view of the North Carolina State Port, surrounding islands and Beaufort Inlet. Then, you can see all the way to Cape Lookout. It’s an introduction that says Beaufort, one of North Carolina’s oldest towns, has been shaped […]

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Junior Edged Out Other Athletes | By Thad Mumau

There was many a Saturday at the barber shop in Massey Hill in the late 50s when old men, and young ones too, took turns telling why they thought Junior’s talents were best suited for the gridiron, the hardwood or the diamond. The athlete they spoke about was Junior Edge, the oldest son of B. […]

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Faith In Action with Sue Byrd Of Operation Inasmuch

If you drive down a residential street in March and find it swarming with hundreds of people, all wielding heavy equip­ment and power tools, don’t panic. It’s Operation Inasmuch. “You might see people patching a roof over here, cleaning up the yard over there, fixing the locks two houses down,” says Sue Byrd. “It’s amazing […]

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