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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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19481
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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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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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This article profiles the Cape Fear Botanical Garden in Fayetteville.
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