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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 Auxiliary Services Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education voted unanimously to ask the county for more than $470 million for capital improvements to replace and renovate schools over the next five years.

A juvenile is accused of having a gun on the Westover High School campus Thursday and pointing it at a student, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said.

Frank P. Stout - an orthodontist, businessman and philanthropist - has been honored with a $1.5 million gift by his family to Methodist University, officials said Monday. The university also announced that it will recognize Stout by naming two buildings in his honor: the physician assistant academic building and the medical lecture hall.

Cumberland superintendent recognized for leadership Marvin Connelly Jr., the superintendent of Cumberland County Schools, was recently recognized for his leadership by the North Carolina …

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