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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 …

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. 

No one was injured when a Cumberland County Schools bus was involved in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Morganton Road and Devane Street, a school official said. The …

Methodist University earns Military Friendly gold ranking   Methodist University has earned a “gold-level” ranking while being designated a Military Friendly university for the 2022-23 school year, the university announced in a release earlier this month.

A first-grade teacher at E. Melvin Honeycutt Elementary School is one of two people facing trafficking and other drug charges, the Fayetteville Police Department said. Antonisha Chambers, 34, and Bradford Gordon, 29, both of the 2500 block of Cumberland Creek Drive, are accused of trafficking methamphetamine, the Police Department said in a release.

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