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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that it plans to set the nation’s first public drinking water standards for “forever chemicals,” furthering its efforts to protect public health.

Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation, along with the Special Olympics Spring Games for Cumberland County, is seeking volunteers for the April 3 games, according to a city news release.

Cumberland school board to consider use of federal funds for ‘community engagement’ bus

The Cumberland County Board of Education, at its regular meeting on Tuesday, will consider using more than $100,000 in federal funding for a “community engagement” bus. The board will …

Toni Stewart was visibly irked when Cumberland County officials told state lawmakers that the county has only 38 emergency beds available for an ever-growing population of homeless …

Shortly after I moved to Fayetteville, I was near Hay Street when I heard church bells ringing out a hymn. This surprised me because I’m from New Jersey, where I had never heard bells ringing.

The Cumberland County Veterans Services Office will be closed Monday through March 17 for its staff to attend a Veterans Service Officers conference, according to a county news release.

Two deputies were injured early Friday while trying to make an arrest in a domestic disturbance case in the 3000 block of Scarlett Place, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s …

A satellite clinic for the Women, Infants and Children program opened this week on Fort Bragg, according to a Cumberland County news release.

Cumberland County residents can view a virtual public meeting on the future of the Ann Street Landfill at www.cumberlandcountync.gov/annstreetplan.

A large woods fire in southeastern Cumberland County has burned an estimated 250 to 300 acres and was about 60% contained Wednesday afternoon, according to a county news release.

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