If the late king of rock ’n’ roll ever had a fan, it’s Phil Barnard. He always enjoyed seeing those wood-framed photographs of Elvis Presley hanging in the hallway of the Crown Complex arena showing Presley when he performed here Aug. 3, 4 and 5 of 1976.
A husband and wife are both dead after a domestic disturbance on Shiloh Court on Monday night, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. Officers were sent to a home in the 1900 block of Shiloh Court about 8:30 p.m. Monday, a news release said.
A trombonist, a violinist, a vocalist and a drummer will perform as part of Methodist University’s Friends of Music Guest Artist Series, according to a news release, Each year, the series sponsors live classical and contemporary music demonstrations and recitals for as many as 500 youths and adults, the university’s release said.
Fayetteville police officers bought school supplies to contribute to a back-to-school giveaway Saturday at the Fort Bragg Harley Davidson dealership on Sycamore Dairy Road, according to a news release.
In response to an updated federal drinking water advisory, the chemical company Chemours filed a lawsuit last month against the Environmental Protection Agency, challenging the science behind the …
In this week’s notebook: Fayetteville State University names two associate vice chancellors and Cumberland County Schools is seeking literacy tutors.
Students can get backpacks, school supplies and a hot meal during a drive-thru back-to-school event Monday. Balm in Gilead, in partnership with Cumberland County Schools and the Carolina Panthers, …
Community Concerts of Fayetteville has lined up legendary soul, country and disco music for its upcoming season of shows. The concerts will feature Earth, Wind & Fire; Alabama; Tracy Lawrence and Clay Walker; and “Direct From Sweden: The Music of Abba,” according to a news release from concert organizers.
Cumberland County Animal Services is waiving adoption fees for all shelter pets next week as part of the national “Clear the Shelters’’campaign. The fees will be waived starting …
You can’t exactly call it a financial windfall. But every dollar counts. Especially when you are overseeing the annual Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. And, not to mention the accompanying fall festival and those spring through summer Fayetteville After Five gatherings at Festival Park.