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Newcomer, two incumbents win seats on Cumberland school board

Two incumbents and one newcomer were elected to the Cumberland County Board of Education on Tuesday, according to unofficial results. Three current members were seeking reelection but faced a …

Incumbent Diane Wheatley on Tuesday defeated veteran Democratic challenger Elmer Floyd for the N.C. House District 43 seat, according to unofficial returns. The district includes parts of central …

Two Democrats defeated two Republicans for at-large seats on the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners in Tuesday’s general election, according to unofficial returns from the county Board of Elections.

Val Applewhite defeats Meredith for N.C. Senate District 19 seat

Democrat Val Applewhite on Tuesday defeated veteran Republican candidate Wesley Meredith for a seat in the North Carolina Senate representing District 19, according to unofficial returns. With all …

Democrat Ennis Wright will serve another term as Cumberland County sheriff after defeating Republican challenger LaRue Windham in Tuesday’s election, according to unofficial …

As the Veterans Day holiday approaches, the Judge E. Maurice Braswell Cumberland County Courthouse is bathed in green light as part of a national show of support for America’s …

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday adopted a consent agenda that rejected funding proposals from local nonprofit organizations, approved acceptance of 11 offers for county-owned …

Three members of the Cumberland County Board of Education who are seeking reelection are being challenged by five political newcomers. The top three vote-getters will win seats on the …

A 20-year veteran of law enforcement who was fired over what he says were unfounded allegations of wrongdoing says he hopes to bring trust back to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s …

Polling sites busy as early voting ends

There was near gridlock just after noon in the parking lot of the Cliffdale Recreation Center on Saturday. Ten vehicles were lined up waiting to curbside vote, and the closer parking spots around …

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