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The curtains rise on a new theater season in Fayetteville with “The Play That Goes Wrong” at Cape Fear Regional Theatre. “We are super excited about this upcoming season,” said Ashley Owen, marketing director of CFRT.

Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s new season opens this week. For a preview and a closer look at the theater's operation, CityView spoke with marketing director Ashley Owen and managing director Ella Wrenn. Find out more at www.cfrt.org.

Frances Grimes sat in her easy chair and was in tune with every note of this “Legacy of Love” birthday gift composed by her son and performed by Megan Kenny, Holland Phillips, Clark Spencer and Jesse Smith of the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra.

With the recent catastrophic fires in Lahaina, Hawaii, the Fayetteville Woodpeckers has created a ticket link for the Sept. 6 game through which $5 for each ticket sold will be donated to help with relief efforts, according to a news release.

Business Notebook: Gail A. Riddle to chair Cumberland Community Foundation board

Gail A. Riddle has been elected chairwoman of the board of Cumberland Community Foundation. Riddle joined the board in 2016 and has served on many committees, including chairing the Robert H. Short Scholars Committee.

South View, Cape Fear get wins in Friday night matchups

Here are statistical summaries from Friday's Cumberland County Schools football games as submitted by coaches.

A shooting on Plum Street left two juveniles injured early Thursday, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. It is the second shooting this summer involving a juvenile in the …

Cumberland County Senior Democrats will host a forum with candidates for Fayetteville mayor and City Council at 10 a.m. Sept. 9 in the Pate Room of Headquarters Library, 300 Maiden Lane.

Kemberle Braden is the city police chief, and the veteran policeman says there is no politically correct way to describe the cycle of gun violence in Fayetteville. “The sanctity of life is no longer sacred,” the 49-year-old chief told Mayor Mitch Colvin and the Fayetteville City Council on Monday evening at City Hall about shootings one after another after another in the city.

Fayetteville city government offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 4 to observe the Labor Day holiday.  The following schedules are in effect: Police Department The main police …

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