A Delicious Touch Of Home

By Catherine Pritchard  Years ago, a visitor brought John and Kay Poulos a gift – a bit of root from a fig tree in the Greek village where John was […]

Home Away From Home

By LaShonda Sousa  Calling all juniors and seniors! I have been lucky enough to find what I believe will be my home away from home for the four years that follow […]

Gather together- for Family Game Night

By Catherine Pritchard  The family that has fun together is more likely to want to spend time together.  One way to plan for fun is by holding regular Family Game […]

Get ready for Dogwood Festival fun!

By Catherine Pritchard   Baseball threw a curve ball at this year’s Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. But organizers handled it with ease and say the result will be a festival that’s […]

Home Again

By James Johnson There are countless little moments that add up to remind us why we do the things we do. For Tiffany Walker, who serves as director of family […]

Fowler’s BBQ Ribbon Cutting

The fresh BBQ we all know and love, Fowler’s (Formerly The Blind Pig) has made the jump to a Brick and Mortar location! With a mouth watering menu and a […]

Baby Love

By Jane Loves Local My name is Jane, I’m a new mom and I’ve learned motherhood is not for the weak. It’s grueling. It’s joyous. And it’s the most important […]

Extra Large and In Charge: Why We Love Large Breed Dogs

By Cassandra Fossen It’s a scenario that plays out countless times when Dr. Rik Wyatt takes his dog out in public. Whether it’s a walk around the neighborhood or a […]

Our Experience Growing Herbs

By Natalie and Julianna Jones We are members of the Junior Master Gardener program, which has taught us about growing herbs, flowers, fruits and vegetables. Over the past month and […]

Library “Geek Squad” helps seniors figure out technology

By Earl Vaughan Jr. Keeping up with the advance of technology can be a challenge for people of all ages, but it can be particularly tough for older people who […]