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At the Spring Lake Board of Aldermen’s work session Monday, Mayor Kia Anthony announced that former finance director Gay Tucker had repaid the town over $18,000.
With a week until Fayetteville’s public safety summit, city staff released more information about the upcoming event during Monday’s Fayetteville City Council meeting.
Fridays are “shopping days” for Alger B. Wilkins High School students, but those shopping trips don’t involve a visit to Cross Creek Mall. 
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Percy Leroy Norton, Jr.
Percy Leroy Norton, Jr., 92, of Sneads Ferry, formerly of Fayetteville pased away on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 at Woodbury Wellness Centery in Hamstead, N.C.  Percy was born on April 27, 1931 in …
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Sunny ((Choe)) Lobred
Sunny Lobred, 75, of Fayetteville, NC, passed away on April 21, 2024. Sunny was born in Seoul, Korea on April 2, 1949. She later moved to Honolulu, Hawaii. During her time residing in Hawaii, she …
Mary Virginia (Ginny) Russell
Mary Virginia (Ginny) Russell, 91, passed away on Friday, April 12, 2024. Ginny was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky on January 15, 1933. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dean F. Russell, and …
The Little River Band will perform at Fayetteville's Crown Theatre on May 4. Bassist and lead singer Wayne Nelson (center) leads the group, which had more than a dozen top-20 singles in Australia and the U.S. in the late 1970s and 1980s. The band includes Bruce Wallace, Chris Marion, Nelson, Colin Whinnery and Ryan Ricks.
The original ‘yacht rockers’ are coming to Fayetteville. (Well, sort of.)
Wayne Nelson, the bassist and frontman for the Little River Band, acknowledges the obvious fact that concertgoers who hear “Reminiscing” or “Cool Change” — two of the hit songs that made LRB one of rock music’s biggest acts — might expect them to sound the same now as they did on vinyl 45 years ago.
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Fayetteville High School classes of 1964-1968 to relive yesteryear

When the school bell rang along old Fort Bragg Road at Fayetteville High School, they came up under the watchful eyes of John Sasser, the tough-minded principal but with a heart for what they would become in life. And under the stern disciplinarian Percy Warren, the assistant principal who took no guff when it came to following school rules.

John Mellencamp rocks Fayetteville
Fayetteville came out to rock Wednesday and John Mellencamp cranked up the music.
Study: Cumberland arts industry generated $72.2 million of economic activity in 2022
A recent study reported that the nonprofit arts industry in 2022 generated $72.2 million in economic activity in Cumberland County.
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Five of downtown Fayetteville’s largest buildings are for sale

Five large buildings are for sale along the Hay Street and Person Street corridor in downtown Fayetteville. And a sixth one almost sold in March.

Two Robeson County commissioners accused of bribing voters in primary election
Two Robeson County commissioners are accused of bribing voters in the March primary, according to a court petition.
As North Carolina sees increase in teacher attrition, what’s going on in Cumberland County schools? 
After the State Board of Education learned earlier this month that North Carolina’s teacher attrition rate jumped 3.67% in a year, Cumberland County Schools officials — faced with the third-highest rate in the state — are looking at their own numbers and considering best practices to keep teachers in county schools.
Investigators discover partial skeletal remains in search for missing youths
Mum is the word from the Fayetteville Police Department, which says partial skeletal remains have been discovered in a search and investigation regarding two missing city youth, who once lived in west Fayetteville.
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A full orchestra will accompany the band.

The Kruger Brothers bringing unique infusion of classical, folk music to Fayetteville

We are thrilled to welcome the Kruger Brothers to Fayetteville to perform alongside the FSO for this special program at 7:30 p.m. on April 20, 2024, at Seabrook Auditorium.
Judy Calhoun Horne
Judy Calhoun Horne, 80 years old, of Fayetteville, NC passed away on April 18, 2024. Judy was preceded in death by her beloved husband, William David (W.D) Horne; and her parents, Clarence …
David Allen Overton
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Mr. Jerry McCollum
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Debra Lynn Morgan-Saiid
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Jamiyah Nicole Cunningham
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