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Bill Kirby Jr.: Classroom 13 will never be quite the same

On Tuesday, Debra Taft was meticulously sorting through almost every piece of her first-grade teaching literature in classroom 13 at Alma Easom Elementary School. She was in no hurry. She’s been teaching here for 30 years.

Baldwin named associate dean of Academic Partnerships at FSU Fayetteville State University has named Pamela Baldwin associate dean of Academic Partnerships. Baldwin will be responsible for …

Elaura Dalton’s favorite poem is “The Road Not Taken” by American poet Robert Frost. The teenage mom says that every day, she reflects on the last three lines of the …

They were children.   Just kids.  Innocent and enjoying the trappings of youth as fourth-graders at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, with full lives ahead of them.

If someone were to ask Jefferson Skinner if he would rather be successful as a student, masterful as an artist or exceptional as a global citizen, he would probably ask why he has to choose. The …

For Jedidiah “Jed” Coon, life hasn’t always been easy.  Though he has faced many challenges, the Cape Fear High School senior chose to embrace opportunity. Jed was welcomed …

Educators at Alger B. Wilkins High School believe that relationships can make all the difference. The school incorporates the Communities in Schools’ caring philosophy combining strong personal …

Money for schools, a countywide water system, and a possible rail link between Cumberland and Wake counties were topics discussed during a joint meeting Monday of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners, the county Board of Education and members of the local legislative delegation.

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.

SPRING LAKE – Third-graders at W.T. Brown and T.C. Berrien elementary schools were given new bicycles Friday as part of a three-year program to teach character building.

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