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19480
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Darrin Sirois, a retiring soldier, is taking his passion for knives and turning it into carefully honed business. Sirois excels at making weapons, many featuring custom handles for collectors.
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The CARE Clinic in Fayetteville runs almost exclusively on the power of volunteers. Conceived by doctors Richard Barbaro, Skip Whitman and Charles Hoffman, and attorney Don DeCort, the CARE Clinic opened its doors in 1993 through the work and assistance of Catholic Social Ministries, and has become the target of the uninsured adult population of Cumberland County.
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19483
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The Cape Fear Botanical Garden has more than 2,000 varieties of ornamental plants and specialty beds. The 77-acre garden has blossomed into one of the finest attractions in North Carolina.
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19485
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Fayetteville, North Carolina has a rich history of African-American contributions that span the fields of education, medicine, and music to name a few.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , Jan/Feb 2013, p40-45, f Periodical Website
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19482
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Going to the beach often means sun and sand, but at Fort Fisher, visitors can walk with history at the American Civil War fort.
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The Child Advocacy Center in Cumberland County is celebrating 20 years of helping and healing children and families affected by child abuse.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , Apr 2013, p31-32, f Periodical Website
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Long before drive-thrus and online prescription refills, pharmacies in small town America housed soda fountains, which captured customers of every socioeconomic status. But with the advent of modern amenities like drive-thru restaurants, pharmacy soda fountain business quit booming in the 1960s. However, Fayetteville still boasts two: the Bordeaux Drug Company and Masey Hill Drug Company.
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20330
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Downtown Fayetteville is boasting some of the most eclectic dining experiences for those seeking to enjoy the outdoor experience.
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20333
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An important part of the law enforcement of Fayetteville are the bike patrol officers, dealing with the homeless population, drug activity, traffic and crowd control.
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20332
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A day trip just down the road to Raleigh or Durham lends itself to a myriad of tourist attractions for all interests.
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20334
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From the recreational cyclist to the competitive cyclist, Fayetteville offers a niche for all cycling enthusiasts in their bike-friendly community.
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22728
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Winter sports are a $146 million dollar industry in North Carolina. Our mountains offer multiple ski areas and resorts to explore.
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22729
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Jimmy Tomlin and Lee Smith are just two authors offering books with North Carolina related themes or settings.,
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22730
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Five housewives from Fayetteville, North Carolina relate how they have managed the varying demands of their lives and careers, without all the drama. From professional careers and businesses , to charities and military bases, they have had considerable impact on our community.
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22738
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The Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery and the Mash House Brewery and Chjophouse are among the popular local breweries in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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