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April Dogwood Issue

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Thumb_poolsm Living Spaces
A VanStory family trades traditional for contemporary Read more


Thumb_03.15.14-cooking-with-mustafa-9072 Be a Chef at Sherefé
Downtown restaurant owner offers weekly Mediterranean-style cooking classes Read more


Thumb_jen-tarbox-photography-cityview-mccune.19 Renaissance Man
The steel magnate, artist and philanthropist that is David McCune Read more


Thumb_jen-tarbox-photography-cityview-quality-concrete.06 Quality Concrete Company
Family-owned business celebrates 50 years Read more


Thumb_jen-tarbox-photography-cityview-r-burgers.07 Meals on Wheels
Fayetteville joins the food truck phenomenon Read more


Thumb_cityview-warriorangels-profileshoot-14 Lighting a Path of Hope
Relay for Life and Warrior Angels illuminate life for cancer survivors and the families who have lost a loved one Read more


Thumb_bfj_7824 Commanding Chorus
Singing soldiers awarded top honors for their talents while serving Read more


Thumb_woman-sneezing Spring Fever
Thwarting seasonal allergies Read more


Thumb_jen-tarbox-photography-cityview-mayor.02 Fayetteville’s First Man and the Lady Beside Him
Our 35th Mayor holds the keys to the city, his Harley and Kim's heart Read more


Thumb_mtb The Dogwood Festival
Still making Fayetteville proud for over 30 years. Fayetteville will host its 32nd Annual Dogwood Festival on April 25-27. The three-day attraction continues to bring thousands of local residents and tourists to the heart of downtown Fayetteville each year to see artists, vendors, live entertainment and more! Read more


Thumb_cityview-project-hope-19 Project Hope
This year Project Hope, started in 2013 by local army wives Jen Tarbox and Kara Wilde, honored Chanda Holst and Pam Zorn. They held a dinner at Mash House that raised over $2,500 for Cape Fear Valley's Friends of the Cancer Center. Read more


Thumb_tim-and-georgia-farmer Better Health
Benefit for Better Health Read more


Thumb_cityview-pfc-20s-soriee-349 Roaring 20's Soireé
The Partnership for Children's annual Roaring 20's Soiree was a throwback to the days of the prohibition. The daddy's and dolls were decked out and shimmied the night away while bidding on silent auction packages. Read more


Thumb_fa_20fayettevile_20academy_20seniors_20grp A Habitat for All
Fayetteville's branch of Habitat for Humanity continues the organization's quest for helping others Read more