Sunday, February 29, 2004

Citation to Crumpton’s withdrawn; new ordinance made retroactive

Not only can the “God bless America” banner stay up, but Fayetteville city officials have withdrawn the citation that had been issued to the furniture store owner who declined to take it down.

Red Cross hosts CPR classes Saturday at FCHS

There may be no better time to learn CPR than this Saturday.

Second round of study approved for Pye Lake flood control

Fayetteville officials will continue to study the value of repairing the dam on privately owned Lake Pye to assist with flood control in the area.

Wachovia latest to locate at southside F’ville shopping center

It’s Publix, Wendy’s and now Wachovia Bank.

Court complex still under budget

The first tangible proof of the county’s new judicial center occured this week as demolition began on the old Quality Foods shopping center.

Villages Amphitheater single tickets on sale Monday

Tickets for individual concerts at the Villages Amphitheater this summer go on sale Monday.

Police Blotter

The whys and hows of forgiveness

No relationship will survive without forgiveness. Whether it’s a friendship, a marriage, or a healthy relationship between parent and child, all enduring relationships require at some point the other person's forgiveness of you, and yours of them.

The Passion of the Christ

Our Church got together and went to the 7 p.m. showing of “The Passion of The Christ” at Tinseltown theater in Fayetteville. I would venture to say that the theater was packed with mostly church folks along with some “seekers” for sure. Personally, I love spiritual events where the public attends in large groups.

Thinking about Job
Contribuing Writer

If your religious background is anything like mine, I’m sure you’ve heard about Job. And if you are not religious at all, chances are you’ve still heard about Job. Hope you won’t mind hearing about him again today.