The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will consider spending almost $1 million of opioid lawsuit settlement money for several support programs aimed to help people who are addicted …
Coming out of the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are looking for a chance to socialize again. The Cumberland County Public Library offers programs that allow people with a common “thread” to hang out and do something they all enjoy. Both Bordeaux Branch Library and Hope Mills Branch Library provide monthly opportunities for social activities with just a needle and thread.
A student at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Middle School brought an unloaded gun, a pocketknife and an eyebrow razor blade to campus Friday, officials said in news releases. No ammunition …
The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will hand over a wish list for money and support to the county’s representatives in the North Carolina General Assembly for a slew of ongoing or proposed programs.
The county library will hold a book sale on Feb. 20 and Feb. 24-26. Friends of the Cumberland County Public Library will host a sale for library members only on Feb. 20. On Feb. 24-26, sales will be open to the public, according to a news release.
More walk-in service, new online options and self-service kiosks are coming as part of a plan to shorten lines and wait times for driver’s license renewal and vehicle registration.
A Fayetteville woman was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with trespassing on a school bus, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. Nicole Jackie Howard, 29, was arrested about 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, according to a news release.
A Fayetteville man who was in jail on unrelated charges is now charged with multiple counts of statutory rape and other sexual assault offenses, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
Two Fayetteville women are each charged with 58 counts of animal cruelty, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
This spring, Cumberland County Public Library will take part in North Carolina Reads. This annual series features five books that explore issues of racial, social and gender equality as well as the history and culture of North Carolina.