The Hope Mills Branch Library at 3411 Golfview Road will be closed Friday because of a sewer main break near the library that is affecting utility services, according to a Cumberland County news release.
HOPE MILLS — Scott Garner, the architect for the town’s new public safety building, delivered good news to the town board on Monday night. “There’s no change order this and I know we’re all glad about that,” said Garner.
HOPE MILLS — The architect for the John W. Hodges Public Safety Center will ask for more than $1 million to finish the project when the town board meets Monday night. Scott Garner says a budget amendment in the amount of $1,172,250 will cover the remainder of the building.
HOPE MILLS — Three town commissioners took an apparent about-face Monday, joining with Commissioners Jerry Legge and Joanne Scarola in deciding not to pursue changing the terms of town officials from two-year to staggered four-year terms for future elected boards
HOPE MILLS — Town leaders will continue to be elected to two-year terms after the Hope Mills Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Monday night against a plan to change to four-year, staggered terms
HOPE MILLS — The town board will consider changing the format for electing a mayor and town commissioners to provide for staggered four-year terms when it meets Monday. Currently, those officials are elected every two years.
HOPE MILLS – With more than 18,000 town residents, you would have thought Town Hall would have been overflowing Monday night for a public hearing about changing two-year board of commissioners' terms to staggered four-year terms.
HOPE MILLS — The town’s Board of Commissioners on Monday night scheduled a vote for March 6 on changing the way town leaders are elected — despite hearing from a couple of residents who oppose the move.
HOPE MILLS — A public hearing on whether to change the way the mayor and town commissioners are elected will be held during a Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night. The board is …
The secretary-treasurer of the Pearce’s Mill Fire Department has been charged with embezzling more than $48,000 over a nearly 20-month period, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office.