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In this week’s notebook: Alex McFadyen of Coldwell Banker Advantage wins national “Rookie of the Year” award; FTCC welcomes two new trustees, and three returning trustees; Johnny A. Carter inducted into Cumberland County Agricultural Hall of Fame.

County to consider removing homeless encampments from county property

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will meet Monday for its regular meeting at 6:45 p.m in Room 118 at the Cumberland County Courthouse. The agenda is set out here. During this meeting …

A pedestrian was in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle Saturday morning at Murchison Road and Blue Street, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

Cumberland County Solid Waste Management, the city of Fayetteville and Sustainable Sandhills will host an Electronic Waste Drive on Saturday at the Ann Street Landfill. The event will be from 8 a.m. …

The Knox Street East Access Control Point located off Bragg Boulevard will permanently close Dec. 1 due to reduced traffic, Fort Bragg officials announced Friday.  “This decision is …

FTCC fire and emergency training complex named for Keen

Fayetteville Technical Community College’s new fire and emergency training complex will be named for college President J. Larry Keen. Keen, who is retiring Jan. 1, learned Wednesday night …

You will know many of our Hill Toppers, Judy Dawkins was assuring me some four months ago. She wanted me to speak to the seniors luncheon group at Snyder Memorial Baptist Church on Westmont Drive in Haymount and to talk about my long journalism career.

Cape Fear Valley Medical Center has put restrictions on which units people under age 16 can visit because of the continuing high number of RSV and flu cases in the Fayetteville area.

N.C. 59 is being eliminated in Cumberland County and will be redesignated as a secondary route, the North Carolina Department of Transportation said in a release. The state route consists of about …

Time to rake those leaves to the curb. Loose-leaf pickup will begin Monday in Fayetteville, according to a city news release.

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