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After a two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fayetteville Camellia Club’s annual Camellia Show & Plant Sale returned to Cape Fear Botanical Garden on March 4-5 with a display of nearly 600 camellia blooms entered in competition.

An argument between a mother and her adult son turned violent Sunday morning when both drew weapons and the son was shot twice, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen will hear a financial report presented by the N.C. Local Government Commission at its work session Monday night. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. in the Grady Howard Conference Toom of the municipal complex.

Also in this week's Business Notebook: City, county, FSU to participate in Procurement Week for business owners; Gray’s Creek High School educator is CTE Teacher of the Year; Fayetteville PWC receives 2 United Way Spirit of North Carolina Awards

If you are an aficionado of retail hardware stores, a walk through this place is like being a kid in a candy store. You name it, Nate and Lori Tracy Stobbe have it at Lori’s Ace Home & …

The Art Gallery @ the Library at Fayetteville Technical Community College will host "FTCC Art Exhibition: 2023" through May 5.

The All American half marathon and 5K races returned in person  on Saturday after three years of virtual runs. This year's half marathon started at 7 a.m., followed by the 5k start at 7:30 followed by the 5k start at 7:30 a.m. Half marathoners had four hours to complete the race.  

Multiple anonymous tips to CrimeStoppers about drug activity on Hilltop Avenue led to the arrest of a man and woman on drug charges, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

Find the path to your future at the library’s Future Fair

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Most of us hear that question from the time we’re old enough to talk. As kids, we tend to respond enthusiastically by naming whatever profession has piqued our interest.

Community activists call for public safety office separate from the police

In a crowded room at Smith Recreation Center on Monday night, about 50 people gathered to learn more about a new approach to public safety in Fayetteville. Lisette Rodriguez and Shaun McMillan, community organizers and city residents, organized Monday’s town-hall meeting. They called for the creation of an “office of community safety,” a city government entity that would be separate from the Police Department and would, among other things, respond to mental health crises and offer recommendations to hold the Police Department accountable

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