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Harry Shaw thought trustees had the right man for the job to succeed Larry Norris as the fourth president of Fayetteville Technical Community College. He had asked almost every question of Larry …

The Finance Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education on Thursday recommended awarding a contract to buy 13,257 Lenovo Chromebooks to replace aging student devices and as an initiative to …

Schools hold second forum on preliminary reassignment options

SPRING LAKE – Cumberland County Schools held its second public forum regarding preliminary student reassignment options on Tuesday night at W.T. Brown Elementary School on Andrews Church Road.

Proposed school reassignment forums

The Cumberland County Board of Education has scheduled three public forums this week as it considers closing T.C. Berrien Elementary School. If the school board moves forward with that proposal, students at T.C. Berrien would be reassigned to other schools in the district, school officials have said.

Cumberland County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay for students and school-based staff on Monday, officials said Sunday. Officials said they made the decision after assessing schools and …

Cumberland County Schools has seen a downward trend in the number of suspensions in all areas, based on data presented to a Board of Education committee earlier this month. The school …

Some schools and municipal governments are adjusting their operations as the Fayetteville area prepares for a winter storm that could bring ice and the possibility of snow. Here’s the …

Cumberland County Schools has scheduled three public forums later this month to discuss preliminary student reassignment options. With these sessions – aimed to gather input from the public – the Cumberland County Board of Education continues to move forward with the possibility of closing T.C. Berrien Elementary School.

On an evening when The Greater Fayetteville Chamber would reach out to the Cumberland County delegation that brought more than $400 million to the county in the state budget, Rep. John Szoka sent a powerful message to the Fayetteville City Council and the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners.

The Cumberland County Board of Education voted to continue with its mandatory face mask policy for the next month during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. With two board members absent, the …

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