Introducing Chef Richard Gonzalez

The CityView Foodie welcomes contributing chef Richard Gonzalez,  a born and raised New Yorker who now calls Fayetteville home. Having trained in New York City at the International Culinary Center […]

He Walked in the Footsteps of Jesus

All of his days, Owen Widman would want us to know, were gifts from God, and not the beginning of any day was without praise for his Lord and Savior. […]

‘She made us all feel important:’ 1976 National Teacher of the Year Ruby Murchison Dies

It was a proud moment on that March day in 1976 when a contingent from Fayetteville traveled to Washington, D.C. to watch President Gerald Ford recognize Ruby Murchison as National […]

South View runners take conference title, head to regionals Saturday

By Earl Vaughan Jr.   Cross country appeared to be one of the few high school sports that was perfectly suited to endure the COVID-19 pandemic.  With athletes competing outdoors and for the […]

Earl’s Pearls 1/15

By Earl Vaughan Jr.  The COVID-19 pandemic is proving costly in a variety of areas, but one I keep reading and hearing a lot about is in the classroom performance […]

Be Stronger Than Your Excuses

BY: KIM HASTY PHOTOGRAPHY BY: CINDY BURNHAM From the start, the energy, the enthusiasm and the encouragement inside the gym were strikingly contagious. “You’re looking good, girl,” was the mantra […]

Fascinating Fayetteville

[siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Video”][/siteorigin_widget] Good friends, good times and good music BY: KIM HASTY PHOTOGRAPHY BY: CINDY BURNHAM Fascination abounds in the people, places and events right here in Fayetteville. But another […]

Community will miss Paul’s Produce and old-fashioned customer service

Betty and Paul Carter celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in memorable fashion on Nov. 14. After many hours of discussion and more than a little waffling, they finally closed the […]

Earl’s Pearls 12/18

By Earl Vaughan Jr. The Spirit Rock has been part of the Terry Sanford High School landscape since the summer of 2017. Principal Tom Hatch said it was purchased by the Student […]