The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday will consider whether to move forward with a plan to replace the aging E.E. Smith High School. The presentation by county staff is one of several the board will hear during its monthly agenda-setting session, scheduled for 1 p.m. in the conference room on the fifth floor of the Cumberland County Courthouse.
On Jan. 29 at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Joshua Williams intercepted a pass from Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow in the fourth quarter of the AFC Championship. On Thursday, Williams — a Fayetteville native and graduate of Jack Britt High School and Fayetteville State University — returned home to the cheers of a different type of crowd.
Methodist University and Cape Fear Valley Health are partnering to open a four-year medical school that will welcome students in July 2026. The Center for Medical Education and Neuroscience at at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center will house the new medical school with a focus on providing better medical care for rural and underserved populations and diversifying the physician workforce in the area, officials said Monday as a news conference to announce the initiative.
North Carolina faces a widespread teacher shortage, and Cumberland County is no exception. As of last week, there are 155 vacant teaching positions in the school district out of a budgeted 3,551, according to numbers provided by Cumberland County Schools. That’s a vacancy rate of 4.36%.
Two executives at Fayetteville Technical Community College have been appointed to the senior leadership team, according to a news release from the college. Murtis Worth has been named senior vice president for academic and student services. Tiffany Watts has been named chief of staff and vice president for strategic initiatives.
Cumberland County school buses would be equipped with two-way radios to improve communication with individual schools under a plan approved Tuesday by a school board committee.
The past few years have been difficult for everyone, including the young children in our communities. Children who have just entered formal education or are about to begin school face unprecedented obstacles in socializing and structure because of recent global events that made social distancing the norm.
A workshop blending interactive theater, embodied performance and a multimedia production helped kick off a celebration of Black History Month on Friday at Methodist University.
CityView News Fund is sponsoring its first Scholastic Journalism Week contest. Journalism students are invited to submit one article for a chance to be showcased on the CityView website and in the …
Once upon a time, they were just teenagers and settling into the single building surrounded by pine trees along Morganton Road. You might say they were a touch apprehensive.