Monday, soldiers past and present, along with their families experienced the “34-Foot Tower” jump as well.
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Vernon Williams, 56, was hospitalized for three weeks following the February 5 assault.
This year the city intends to spend over $4.15 million dollars repairing roads.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – A former Fayetteville veterinarian closed up shop and left town with many families scrambling for answers. Insid…
The family says they ordered two virgin daiquiris but were served the opposite.
More than four babies were born at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center on Sunday.
Lavender says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia and eventually discharged from the military.
The city installed the cameras back in 2014 at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars.
There’s mixed reaction to the possibility of more troops being deployed.
At least five video poker machines were found inside the business, according to arrest warrants.