The Alzheimer’s Association invites Cumberland County and area residents to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 28 at Segra Stadium, 460 Hay St.
When a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, families often go to their local emergency room for help. This can set off a cascade of events that most people are unaware of and, quite frankly, blindsided by. NC Health News regularly receives emails and calls from families in different stages of this process who are either in shock about what’s happening or angered by the treatment — or lack of treatment — their loved one is receiving.
Eggs Up Grill, a breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant, will open a location in Hope Mills in December. Located at 2951 Town Center Drive in Traemoor Village Shopping Center, the restaurant is the first Eggs Up Grill planned in the Fayetteville market for franchise partner Stephanie Poole, joined by Brittney and Lauren Poole, according to a news release.
A quiet Starbucks was transformed into a lively community as military spouses and their children gathered Friday afternoon to make new friends and form connections with their military family community.
Here are the scores from Friday night’s slate of high school football scores for Cumberland County Schools.
If a library could be described in one word, that word is “community.” In order to facilitate an inclusive community environment, the Cumberland County Library provides resources, programs and services to meet the diverse needs of our residents.
With just hours left for Congress to come up with a funding deal, government observers say a government shutdown seems likely. This will mean certain non-essential employees will be furloughed, services will cease and more.
Fayetteville Public Works Commission passed a resolution Wednesday, recognizing Sept. 24 through 30 as Source Water Protection Week, urging all citizens to join in supporting this observance. …
The Cumberland County Veterans Services office will be closed to in-person services Oct. 2-6 so employees can attend a training conference.
A man and woman have been charged with cruelty to animals after seven horses were seized from Witts End Quarter Horses, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. The seized horses included a 3-month-old foal that “sustained felony-level injuries,” according to a news release.