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Many of us know Billy West as the Cumberland County district attorney. He’s a sports fan, too. And quite the golfer, with eight Cumberland County Golf Championships in 1994, 1997, 2004, …

Give a listen to a thoughtful city councilman. Antonio Jones said this so well. “If we’re really a community trying to heal and trying to work through some issue, I think we’re past the point of it being a controversy,” the freshman councilman was saying on March 28 as the council discussed the pros and cons of removing fencing around the Market House since the historic building was damaged by protesters on May 30, 2020.

Larry Lancaster had the question on his mind that got to the point. When will a multi-purpose event center become a reality? Lancaster joined with fellow members of the Cumberland County Board …

Call it something of a father-and-son rite of passage. A father and his boy throwing a baseball to one another. “He was always ready to field some balls” after work, Jack McGinley says about his father, John McGinley, who worked as a foreman in a paint factory in Blackwood, New Jersey, a little town about 12 miles east of Philadelphia, or “east of Philly” as Jack McGinley says.

Even in disappointment, Tammy Brocato remains steadfast in her faith. She’s not giving up on God. “God has the right kidney out there for me,” Brocato, 54, was saying this …

You might say it’s back to square one when it comes to the Market House, the historic and controversial centerpiece of downtown. Dion Lyons, a conciliation specialist with the U.S. …

If you are ever wondering about anything along the 400 block of Hay Street in the downtown area, there is none better to ask than Jordan Jones. He has a bird’s-eye view. And for those wondering about the Hay Street Parking Garage, Jones can tell you about those plans, too.

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They’ll come Thursday to remember that once they were a part of Earl “Moose” Butler, and that the old sheriff forever will be a part of them. Black mourning bands will cover their badges.

Any game now can be Mike Krzyzewski’s last. Krzyzewski has his Duke men’s basketball team in the NCAA tournament again and is bidding for a sixth national championship in his 42 years coaching the Blue Devils before retiring.

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