Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rezoning clears way for commercial, townhouse development in F’ville

A development of commercial and townhouses is coming to the land across 85 from the Fayetteville Lowe’s following a rezoning approval at Thursday night’s city council meeting. The rezoning will see the roughly 35-acre plot split into 14.3 acres fronting 85 as commercial and 21.4 acres behind that becoming residential for up to 68 townhouses….

McIntosh wins 1-0 to even series with Starr’s Mill

Pitching continued to be the overarching theme in the three-game series between McIntosh and Starr’s Mill. On Thursday night, fans were treated to another veteran pitching matchup between to experienced upperclassmen. The Chiefs sent senior Connor Koscevic to the mound to duel against Panthers senior Nathan Price. Both pitchers didn’t disappoint as they matched each…

A few thoughts on taxes

The American public hates to pay taxes but loves more services and spending. Maybe that is why Trump and company pushed through the recent tax “reform” scheme, increasing the deficit by over a trillion dollars while cutting taxes big time for the wealthy and corporations with very little for everyone else. To make matters even…

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