Today, Fun-Go and many of his friends took part in the annual MLK Parade in downtown Fayetteville. From the court house to the train tracks, downtown was full of parade watchers and wavers braving a little bit of chilly weather for this incredible event.
The Fayetteville SwampDogs are excited to continue to partner with South River EMC to provide youth baseball clinics to the Fayetteville area. Now in its 11th year, this partnership has provided the perfect summer experience for young baseball and softbal
The Fayetteville SwampDogs are thrilled to announce the hiring of Ben Krieger as their play-by-play broadcaster and director of media for the 2018 season. Krieger, a sophomore in the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern, comes to the SwampDogs with
The rain let up but the temps stayed down for the annual Rotary Christmas Parade in downtown Fayetteville. Although it was chilly, Fun-Go and his friends weren’t deterred from spreading holiday cheer to those that braved the elements on Saturday m
The first Saturday in December, the town of Hope Mills host their annual Christmas Parade. Each year, Fun-Go and friends look forward to seeing many friends as they make their way through the parade route. From the Hope Mills Middle School to Rockfish El
This is the time of year for us all to gather with family and friends and watch parades. Er, wait a second, is that right? Yes it is! The Fayetteville SwampDogs staff, along with Fun-Go will be spreading holiday cheer to the masses over the next two week
Each and every day, we as citizens have the opportunity to thank the men and women that have served this great nation. One day each year is designated specifically to recognize our nation’s veterans and it’s on this day that the SwampDogs staf
Fun-Go and friends headed to South View High School Friday night for the final regular season game of the year. This wasn’t your ordinary high school football Friday, however. The Carolina Panthers and USO of North Carolina partnered with South
Once again The Swamp was filled goblins and cartoon characters for a night of fun and delicious treats. The weather couldn’t have been better for a Friday night at the ballpark. Hope Mills Mayor Jackie Warner, Hope Mills Commissioner Jerry Legge and
Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has turned off the “think winter” sign and you are free to make your plans for the 2018 summer. The Fayetteville SwampDogs have announced the release of the 2018 schedule! Hang in there folks, as we make our way throu
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