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Many factors contributed to Star-News' outsourcing

The StarNews will still come out Tuesday; however, starting Monday night, its copies will come off the presses of The Fayetteville Observer, then be shipped back to the Wilmington area. “It’s the ... read more

Business Observer for Sunday, Nov. 8

Each week, The Fayetteville Observer highlights workplace ... a retired educator. Recently named to the East Robeson Region Advisory Board of Lumbee Guaranty Bank were Gosnald "Butch" N. Floyd Jr., ... read more

NYT moves to 46" in selected sites

beginning next month while the Wilmington (N.C.) Star-News will move production to the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer ... a redesign that conforms with the Observer's 46-inch web width, said Robert J. ... read more

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Opinion Roundup: Early voting, NC prison employees, Amazon HQ2 and more

CRAIG J ... woman in Fayetteville (Fayetteville Observer reports) -- A legally blind driver hit a pedestrian on Grove Street and then drove away, according to arrest documents in the Cumberland County ... read more

Prep Notes/Athletes of the week: Jack Sink baseball tournament begins Saturday

The tournament returns Saturday Robert Lahser rlahser@ ... a 15-player roster with players from the Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Raleigh and Atlanta (GA) areas, including four players from ... read more

From the Fayetteville Observer Archives: Tragic story illustrates tumult after Civil War

Sheriff Robert ... the Fayetteville News. "Upstairs, a table had been placed in the southwest corner next to the stoves. Archie Beebe was sitting on the opposite side of it. Standing nearby were ... read more

Florence recovery efforts, North-South Korea summit, Yom Kippur: 5 things to know Tuesday

Officials will begin to distribute food, water and supplies in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Tuesday as Florence has closed more than 100 roads and cut off power to almost 500,000 homes and ... read more

Spinning a silk-based industry

The Arkansas Gazette was quite supportive of silk production, publishing many long articles on silk production in other states, making readers aware of a published guide to ... Secretary of State, ... read more

Opinion Roundup: Opposing Thomas Farr, election board limbo, ACA signups lagging and more

(Fayetteville Observer ... named Entrepreneur of the Year, and Small Business Person of the Year. His awards and distinctions are too numerous to list but include the Order of the Longleaf Pine, an ... read more

MARY P. ABEL, 90, 1525 Minutemen Causeway,...

Born in Hackensack, N.J., she moved to Central Florida in 1977 ... He was a columnist and associate editor for Titusville's News Observer. He also was a professional musician and singer using the name ... read more

Jimmy Buffett surfs in South Carolina ahead of Hurricane Florence making landfall

Jimmy Buffett is making – and catching – waves, even in the face of Hurricane Florence's imminent landfall on the east coast. The "Margaritaville" singer showed off the easygoing lifestyle he promotes ... read more

Conway author chases ‘Moonlight’

RIVER VALLEY and OZARK AREA — Robert Reising ... Graham was born in Fayetteville, N.C., (the same city where Thorpe played professional ball in 1910), Friedlander, at Reising’s suggestion, published ... read more

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