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The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will hold a joint meeting with the county's Board of Education and the local legislative delegation. Chief among the issues expected to be …

A 20-year-old Fayetteville man has been charged with having a gun on campus Friday at Pine Forest High School, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputy V. Singletary, a school resource officer with the Sheriff’s Office, found an unloaded Ruger LCP .380 and two live rounds of ammunition in an individual’s backpack on campus, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Virginia Canady, a senior at Terry Sanford High School, is ready for August to come so she can start her university studies to become first a nurse, and, eventually, a nurse practitioner. Canady …

FTCC celebrates 60th annual commencement exercise

Fayetteville Technical Community College celebrated its 60th annual commencement exercises on May 13 at the Crown Coliseum. Due to the large number of graduates, FTCC held two ceremonies, …

Cumberland County Schools will reopen the application process for its Choice programs for specific grade levels in seven schools beginning May 31. Previously, the Schools of Choice application …

Holmes Security Systems moves from Hay to Ray Holmes Security Systems announced Friday that it has moved from its Hay Street location to its new home at 407 Ray Ave. An open house ribbon-cutting …

Cumberland school board approves 2022-23 budget

The Cumberland County Board of Education on Tuesday night unanimously approved the superintendent’s proposed budget for the 2022-23 school year. Based on Superintendent Marvin …

Methodist University celebrates Class of 2022 at Segra Stadium

As one journey ends for hundreds of Methodist University students, another springs to life. At Segra Stadium in downtown Fayetteville on Saturday morning, Methodist University recognized the …

TRP Sumner executive appointed to N.C. Association of Certified Public Accountants Kelly Puryear, chief executive partner with TRP Sumner, was recently appointed to the board of directors with the …

By the end of summer, a handful of nursing students at Fayetteville State University will have started taking courses on how to care for sexual assault survivors. It’s a small start but …

An innovation and small business entrepreneurship hub being developed by Fayetteville State University got a boost Monday night when the Fayetteville City Council agreed by consensus to provide …

The Cumberland County Board of Education will hear from the public on the proposed closure of two schools during its meeting May 10. The school board has scheduled public hearings on the proposed …

President Biden recognizes local JROTC instructor The JROTC instructor at South View High School was recently recognized by President Joe Biden for her volunteer efforts in the …

Cumberland County school employees would be paid a minimum of $15 per hour and low-performing schools would get increased funding in a budget outline approved by a school board committee on Thursday.

Fayetteville Technical Community College broke ground this month on a new softball field at J.P. Riddle Stadium. The $1.9 million project is being built on just over an acre of land on the nearly …

Fayetteville nonprofit leader is recipient of sabbatical program Terri Thomas, the executive director of the Vision Resource Center, is one of five recipients of the  Z. Smith Reynolds …

Five recognized during Cape Fear Valley Doctor’s Day event Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation’s Caduceus Society honored five providers earlier this month during a Doctors’ Day celebration at Cape Fear Botanical Garden.

Three teams of Cumberland County Schools students will see their STEM experiments headed to outer space after securing spots during a STARward STEM Expo on Tuesday. During the expo, which was held …

Former Seventy-First basketball coach addresses school board

The former head boys’ basketball coach at Seventy-First High School who was relieved of his duties after one season urged the Cumberland County Board of Education on Tuesday night to take …

The Cumberland County Board of Education's Curriculum Committee learned Thursday that all of the school system's low-performing Tier 1 schools are making progress at varying rates. The Curriculum …

The Fayetteville Technical Community College Board of Trustees has formed a search committee to help in the school’s search for its next president. Larry Keen, who has been president of the community college since Aug. 1, 2007, announced earlier this year that he is retiring Jan. 1. 

A “topping out” ceremony was held Monday to celebrate the new FTCC-Cumberland County Regional Fire & Rescue Training Center.

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