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Historic Prince Charles Hotel Gets New Lease on Life 

“We want this investment to serve as an economic development tool for the city of Fayetteville. We want this project to draw other businesses to the city and new residents as well. This will be a great asset for the city.” -Jordan Jones  Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina has a very storied and historic reputation and right [...]

Home Loan Advice

“Home Loan” by cafecredit is licensed under CC BY 2.0 Tiffany from Hope Mills writes: How much money do I need in savings to buy a home? There are so many loan choices; how do I get started? Tina says: Tiffany, thank you for your question. Deciding to buy a home can seem daunting, but [...]

Are You Financially Prepared if Your Spouse Dies?

The death of one’s spouse is a critical issue for which many people fail to plan. 53% of widows say they and their spouse did not have a plan for what would happen financially if one of them died. 76% of married retirees say they would not be financially prepared if their spouse died. Please [...]

The Song Bird

Meet Kia Walker, the woman I affectionately call “The Song Bird.” Kia is the owner of Blue Violin Music Education Center and is known by many as a phenomenal music teacher. This, I knew upon meeting her, but a few weeks ago, I heard her sing. Her voice was smooth like butter and she seemingly [...]

Being Thankful During the Holidays

The holiday season is a time for celebration, family, and giving thanks. Take a moment to reflect and focus on the positive aspects of life while counting your blessings. This is the perfect time of year to spend time with the ones you love and to experience the true meaning of Thanksgiving. The holiday season [...]

Helping Veterans and Active Duty Military Members

Every year on Veterans Day, we honor the people who risk their lives to protect our freedom. Social Security honors veterans and active duty members of the military every day by giving them the respect they deserve. Social Security’s disability program is an important part of our obligation to wounded warriors and their families. For military members who return home with injuries, Social Security is a [...]

A Dickens Holiday: It’s Magical …

What: 19th annual A Dickens Holiday. When: Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, noon to 9 p.m. Where: Downtown Fayetteville. Highlights: Dress up in Victorian style, shop for unique gifts, enjoy holiday music, food and beverages, get your photo taken with Father Christmas, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, participate in the Candlelight Procession, and behold the wonder [...]

Lost Dreams 

If you suspect your child is being bullied, Mr. Glenn Sutton reminds parents, “Do not take matters in your own hands, and do not encourage your kids to get the bully back.” Glenn Sutton enjoys working and performing at one of the last places that he would ever have thought that he would re-enter… a high school.  This anti-bullying extraordinaire still [...]

Next Stop: Fayetteville Station

Do you hear the whistle blowing in the distance? Can you hear the clickety clack of the tracks and trains? I have been hearing those sounds for more than one hundred years. I have seen people come and I have seen people go. I saw soldiers going to war and I have seen them come home, some alive and some in [...]