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The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today released the following statement ahead of Tim Kaine's campaign stop in Fayetteville
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Department of Transportation Secretary Nick Tennyson joined federal, state and local officials today to celebrate the opening of the next phase of the Fayetteville Outer Loop
Baseball is all the rage in Fayetteville, with the city close to signing a deal that would commit $35 million for a new baseball stadium in the hope of attracting a minor-league team to town.
Gov. Pat McCrory is firing back at the US DOJ for their ridiculous demands to drop gender restrictions on bathrooms, locker rooms, and dressing rooms.
If you're spending lots of time on internet marketing and social media, you may be missing the customers, benefits, connections and potential sales within your local community.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
I have a new friend in Fayetteville by the name of Jim Johnson. I have known of him for years. For the first time I was able to call and talk with him. The result was his sending to me his new book: "Combat Trauma - A Personal Look at Long Term Consequences."
When my grandfather was president of Campbell College I remember his stories of students who paid tuitions with hams, cabbages or produce from their family's farm.
The Obama administration has been implementing new ways to measure economic activity in the United States.
Next month, the UNC Board of Governors Committee on Budget and Finance will vote on UNC-Chapel Hill's health services fee. The committee has already approved health fees for the other campuses but stopped short at Carolina's $436-per-year fee after learning that UNC-Chapel Hill is spending some...
At first glance, Fayetteville State University may seem like a run-of-the-mill institution. Out of the sixteen UNC system schools, FSU's enrollment ranks twelfth, and among the system's five historically black schools, it ranks third. The average SAT score for entering freshmen (844) is the...
In a real blow to The North Carolina Democrat Party, the last best hope for them to hold the 7th congressional district is stepping down after 18 years of service in Washington, DC.
Called by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1789, the Fayetteville Convention was the second meeting to consider ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that BOSH Global Services will be expanding its operations in Cumberland County.
Those of you who live outside The Fayetteville Observer's circulation area, you probably haven't become acquainted with Myron Pitts. For those of you in the Triangle - think of Myron as a poor man's version of Barry Saunders.
US Senator Kay Hagan - affectionately known in some parts as Chuck Schumer's Sock Puppet™ - found her way out of the sock drawer this week to meet with the slow-pitch softballers on The Fayetteville Observer's editorial staff.
Steve Bouser, editor of our world-class, multiple Nobel Prize and Lambda Award-winning twice-weekly local newspaper here in Moore County recently had a meltdown, which he documented in the pages of his money-bleeding publication.
We've been following for some time the case of Jackie and Dale Pfendler, owners of JP Electric in Fayetteville, in their long-running battle with The City of Fayetteville.
Jonathan Worth served as general superintendent of the Fayetteville and Western Plank road beginning in 1856.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory, in conjunction with the Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, released the participants in the 2013 Inaugural parade. This year's parade will be held on Saturday, January 12, in downtown Raleigh and will include participants from around the state.
Three more violent criminals escaped death row today -- thanks to a radically leftist Superior Court judge and a "gift" that keeps on giving from the NC General Assembly called The Racial Justice Act.
In January 2012, the city decided they wanted to put a "transit center" and some spec commercial buildings on her property. Never mind the fact that Ms. Pfendler's successful tax-paying business -- employing dozens of area residents -- is already on the property.
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