The Last Word: Fed-ville Pa-per

BY: TONY CHAVONNE My earliest memories of the newspaper are of Johnny, a paper carrier who picked up his papers at The Fayetteville Observer offices on Hay Street, placing them […]

The Last Word: Service Pins Are Not Enough

BY: TONY CHAVONNE Like many of us, my mother’s family came from rural North Carolina – a far different place than where many of us reside today. And a different […]

A Life-Changing Chance to Listen

We had to move the worn chair I was sitting in to allow Ms. Shelley to close the bathroom door in her cramped apartment when I first visited her in […]