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 […]

Step Up to the Mic

By LeJuane “El’Ja” Bowens “Poetry is what happens when nothing else can.” – Charles Bukowski Whether you’ve lived in Fayetteville for years or just moved here, you’ve probably wondered at […]

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 […]

Indoor Fun Year-Round

By Catherine Pritchard It’s cold outside. Or it’s rainy. Or it’s sweltering. Or maybe the weather’s fine but it’s dark or it’s early or you know you and your family […]

Myths about hospice care

By Chantelle Goodman Chantelle Goodman is a British-trained registered nurse who has had experience in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units in Europe, Africa and North America. For the past […]

A Trip to Gillis Hill Farms

By: Jason Weathington As a kid, I spent a lot of time in the garden with my grandmother. Most summer days you could find us picking peas and butterbeans, digging […]

Just Venmo me, Mom

By Catherine Pritchard You want to send your college student some money. (No, really, this time you do.) So you tell him you’ll mail him a check. Or you’ll go […]

Movie Night Snacks

Looking for a fun, low-stress way to spend an evening with your family? Why not have an at-home Movie Night? If you have young kids, you can tailor your movie […]

Collaborative Divorce – Another Option

By Sarah Miranda You may face the prospect of divorce when there seems to be no hope in saving your marriage. Many couples would like to avoid the acrimony of […]

40 under Forty

The Fayetteville Observer honors 40 of our area’s rising leaders for both their business success and community impact. Honorees come from Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Moore, Robeson, Sampson […]