Downtown will be all dressed up for the coming Christmas season with 200 new red- and gold-trimmed bows along Person Street and an even taller holiday tree at the Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County.
The Cumberland Community Foundation on Thursday evening awarded grants and scholarships totaling $684,060. One will enhance Fayetteville State University graduation rates, and the other will help two local nonprofit organizations establish and grow their own endowments.
Two teenagers have been arrested in Durham in connection with the shooting death of a man outside his Fayetteville apartment, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. Timothy Renae Nava, 18, and Nizer Marquise Bennett, 19, each is charged with first-degree murder,
As chairman of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners, I am fortunate to interact with various groups and entities. My fellow commissioners and I hear their needs, requests and complaints. The …
A motorcycle driver who was fleeing from police at speeds above 125 mph was killed in a collision on North Reilly Road on Thursday, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.
After two years when the parade passed us by, it’s looping back again. The International Folk Festival — and its signature Parade of Nations — will return to downtown Fayetteville this weekend.
With commitments of $450,000 each from the city and the county, a spokesman for a planned museum chronicling local Black culture says he’s ready to start shaping the specifics of the project.
The culinary arts program at Fayetteville Technical Community College is training aspiring chefs and restaurant managers in part by serving up gourmet lunches and dinners to the public, giving students hands-on experience preparing meals.
You never had to ask Todd Lecka about his life. Or wonder if there were regrets along the way. “I have lived a good life,’’ Lecka always would say of his days that took him …
DUBLIN — Proclaiming their company to be a “good neighbor,” executives and technicians of the Chemours Co. met with people who live near its Fayetteville Works site on Tuesday night and said a planned expansion would be good for the economy and not harmful to the environment.