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Methodist University is leading the way with a multi-campus   Collegiate Recovery Program   that supports students in their recovery from addiction. Stemming from a $500,000-plus grant …
Fayetteville native Juliana Morehouse-Locklear grew up idolizing the competitors in Miss USA and other traditional beauty pageants. It made sense: her own mother, Lynn Morehouse, earned Miss …
Que Tucker, commissioner of the N.C. High School Athletic Association, visited Fayetteville Monday and made some comments regarding legislation passed by the N.C. General Assembly that is now awaiting the governor’s signature. If the bill becomes law, it will be the strongest action yet taken by the legislature to strip power from the association and hand it to the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and the state superintendent.
CityView Magazine | SEPTEMBER
Under no-camping ordinance, homeless people shifted around, facing uncertainty 
Mixed signals and confusion over enforcement of Fayetteville’s no-camping ordinance have some in the city’s homeless community decrying the lack of response to their plight.  …
Runaway juvenile reported missing since Saturday located
The Fayetteville Police Department is requesting the public's help in locating a reported runaway juvenile.  15-year-old Shantial Seals was last seen on Sept. 24 near Main Event at Cross …
CSM Retired Zell Robert Goodrich
Zell Robert Goodrich (CSM Retired), 91, passed away on September 25, 2023, surrounded by family and friends. Zell was a proud soldier serving his country for 28 years in the US Army. His honors …
Sammy Clyde Culbreth
Sammy Clyde Culbreth, 87, of Stedman passed away on Monday, September 25, 2023. Sammy was born on May 12, 1936. He proudly served 4 years in the US Navy and retired from the Cumberland County …
Sabra H. Scott
Sabra Holmes Scott, 76, of Fayetteville passed away on Sunday, September 24, 2023 at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center. Funeral services will be conducted on Monday, October 02, 2023 at 12 noon at …
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Library's Brainfuse learning tool is the best free back-to-school supply

School is back in session, and everyone is getting back into the routine. Guardians are working hard to make sure everything will run smoothly. But what do they do when their child asks for help with homework?

Storm threat cancels Parade of Nations, delays International Folk Festival
Because of the threat of stormy weather, the Parade of Nations — originally scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday — has been canceled.
Lessons learned from climbing mountains
The first step of any endeavor is often the hardest one to take. The first “real” mountain that I attempted to climb was Mount Adams in the Cascades of Washington. In 2015, I set out with a guide company from Seattle to attempt to summit the mountain. Up until that point in my life I was an avid hiker, and I thought I was in the physical condition needed to climb a 12,000+ foot mountain. I wasn’t. Not even close.
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Cape Fear Valley Health adjusts visitation rules as COVID cases rise

With a recent increase in COVID cases, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is updating its visitation policy for its children’s emergency department. As of Friday, only one parent or guardian will be allowed in the waiting room with pediatric patients in the emergency department.

Approaches to student mental health vary on UNC campuses reeling from pandemic
Providing young people with the mental health resources they need is crucial, said Dan Marlowe, associate dean and chair of Behavioral Health at Campbell University, during an Aug. 24 town-hall meeting on mental health at the school.
Work begins on roundabout at Camden Road and Whitfield Street
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded $367,000  for the construction of a  traffic roundabout at  Camden Road and Whitfield Street, according to a release. …
Volunteers sought to help with GenX exposure study
Researchers measuring GenX and other PFAS exposure in people living in the Cape Fear River Basin are seeking volunteers to help at three patient clinics this fall.
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The line is growing, but the resources aren’t growing with it

On any given Tuesday or Wednesday, a line begins forming at 8 a.m. at Connections of Cumberland County. Single women, with or without children, are lining up to request financial assistance with any number of housing-related requests, ranging from eviction prevention and utility disconnect prevention to utility reconnect and housing deposits.
Kaliyah Johnson
Kaliyah Johnson, newborn infant daughter of  Kiera Johnson and DeMonte Armstrong of 3838 Marksburg Drive, Fayetteville passed away on Thursday, September 21, 2023 at Duke University Medical …
James M. Todd
A memorial service will be held at Sullivan's Highland Funeral Service at 2pm on Friday, September 29, 2023. Check back for an obituary. To order memorial trees or send flowers to …
Elizabeth B. Wooten
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Elizabeth Bond Wooten passed away on September 22, 2023, at  her home at Carolina Inn Assisted Senior Living. She was born on May 29, 1936, the only child of the …
RET. SFC Wesley Walker
Wesley Walker Sr. was born in South Hill Va August 4, 1936, to Emily Walker. He attended schools in VA, MD and New York. He received his GED while serving in the U S Army. He served our country …
Kenneth D. Campbell
Mr. Kenneth Dajuan Campbell of Lumberton NC, was born on April 4th 1966 in Washington DC and departed from this earthly life to eternal reward on Sunday September 24th 2023 at UNC Health Southeastern …
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The Fayetteville City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 433 Hay St. Here is a quick summary of the agenda.
The 82nd Airborne Division Headquarters will deploy from Fort Liberty to Eastern Europe this fall, the U.S. Department of the Army announced Friday.  
Standout performances by athletes at Cape Fear and Pine Forest earn them Athlete of the Week honors.