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Tater bread, chicken and “paster,” and collard greens with chow-chow were on the menu for the Taste of Our Culture tribute to Native American heritage.

The Fayetteville Rotary Christmas Parade will run a little longer than usual this year because of safety measures prompted by a fatal accident in Raleigh, parade organizers say.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will hold a special meeting to possibly disclose the proposed site for the Crown Event Center and to consider contracting with an architect to …

The Rev. Keith Smith takes his place this day at the pulpit of Faith Community Church in Massey Hill. He’s served as a lay minister for the past 18 months. But today, Smith will deliver his sermon as a fully ordained minister.

The hills are coming alive as the Gilbert Theater brings a classic musical to the local stage. Traditionally, Gilbert Theater has produced a Christmas-themed production to close out the year. “The Sound of Music” promises to delight audiences with a large cast and familiar musical numbers.

Downtown events draw big crowds

Vendors, musicians and entertainers greeted visitors to downtown Fayetteville on Friday.  Two events were being run simultaneously: A Dickens Holiday, sponsored by the Downtown Alliance, …

Shoppers are encouraged to shop small on Saturday. That’s Small Business Saturday, the day after the traditional Black Friday and two days before Cyber Monday.

If you have a favorite nonprofit organization in Cumberland County, you will want to keep in mind GivingTuesday on Nov. 29, according to the Cumberland Community Foundation.

A man was shot in the back Wednesday evening in the 2000 block of Strickland Bridge Road, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

If you need a little Christmas after that Thanksgiving feast, downtown Fayetteville is the place to be Friday. The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County will launch Holidays on Hay … A Season of Light, a new festival that will bring a state-of-the-art light show to the streets. Meanwhile, the Downtown Alliance will keep a 22-year tradition glowing with candlelight as it becomes the new sponsor of A Dickens Holiday.

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