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Cumberland County Schools welcomes year-round students

“Good morning, Hornet family!” With that opening delivered over the intercom, Principal David Greene kicked off the new school year Monday morning for the 525 students who attend Anne Chesnutt Middle School on Skibo Road.

Some people you never forget. Some moments, too. “I will never forget you, Jarred,” Amy Sparks said that sunny April 24, 2012, afternoon as her VanStory Hills Elementary third-grade …

Fayetteville State recognized as Adobe Creative Campus   Fayetteville State University has been designated an Adobe Creative Campus, the college said in a release. “As an Adobe …

Cumberland County Schools looking to fill 200 vacancies

Cumberland County Schools is looking to fill 200 vacancies, with the majority of those positions being certified teachers. To help fill those positions, the school system is scheduling virtual …

For the second straight year, Fayetteville State University has used pandemic relief funding to clear $1.6 million in student debt. The funding cleared the debt for 1,178 students who were …

Pilot sexual assault nurse training program would get boost from NC budget

The state’s nearly $2 billion budget for the new fiscal year includes $1.5 million to boost Fayetteville State University’s fledgling training program for sexual assault nurse examiners, or SANE nurses.

Fayetteville Tech program receives $2M in American Rescue Plan funding

An innovative new adult-learner program at Fayetteville Technical Community College has been awarded $2 million in American Rescue Plan funding by Cumberland County.  

Ben Brown honored as trustee emeritus at Fayetteville State University Ben Brown Jr. has been honored as trustee emeritus of Fayetteville State University’s board of trustees, the college …

Six new district-level administrators will help lead Cumberland County Schools in new roles for the coming school year. The Board of Education approved the appointments on the recommendation of Superintendent Marvin Connelly Jr.

When they were teenagers growing up in Hope Mills, they could travel almost anywhere just by taking Cameron, Legion and Hope Mills roads or U.S. 301. But the roadways that took members of the Hope Mills High School Class of 1967 on their life journey always had a return destination.

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