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Fuquay-Varina couple carries blood stem cells across the U.S.

Retired couple Karon and Leo Mertens, who live in Fuquay-Varina, are traveling more than they ever have. Since the beginning of 2020, they’ve gone on 48 trips, flying thousands of miles all over the United States. To Washington, Ohio, Texas and many more destinations. 

Menno Pennink and the late Harry Shaw received the 2022 CityView Downtown Visionaries awards in recognition of their longtime commitment to revitalizing and improving the downtown district. The awards were presented on June 29 during a luncheon at Segra Stadium. As part of the luncheon, a video tribute to Pennink and Shaw, narrated by city historian Bruce Daws, was played.

'I felt like it's time'

Cathy Johnson has a pair of steel-toed shoes in the trunk of her car, a paperclip holder shaped like a tiny cinderblock on her desk and a litany of Elvis Presley songs always on her mind. It’s …

Ribbon-cutting for new Holmes Security location set for July 28 Holmes Security Systems has scheduled an open house ribbon-cutting with the Greater Fayetteville Chamber for July 28. The event will …

David Bryan had a heart for animals, particularly homeless dogs and cats in this community.  No was not in his vocabulary. Not when it came to innocent …

“The Purple Beauty” is on the go, and it’s not just for show. The refurbished surplus school bus rolls out from the Raeford area with purpose every Friday and for occasional outings during the week to provide mentoring and study assistance for young people in Hoke and Cumberland counties.

A woman who appeared to be "in crisis'' was killed Friday night in an officer-involved shooting on Colgate Drive, the Fayetteville Police Department said.

Fort Bragg’s going to get all fancy like that, but at Festival Park the tunes will be smooth. A variety of music will entertain Fourth of July celebrants on the Army post and in downtown Fayetteville on Monday.

In a partnership touted as the first of its kind, Fayetteville’s economic development agency is teaming with the Army Reserve Command to help reservists and their spouses find civilian jobs.

NC town set to cease existence as state treasurer calls for criminal charges

Even though the state auditor’s office released an investigative report last fall exposing financial violations of officials in the small town of East Laurinburg, an old textile mill town near …

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