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Commissioners to swear in new members

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will install two new members and elect a new board chairman. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Crown Coliseum Ballroom. Democrats …

If you love a parade, Saturday is going to be a good day. Both Fayetteville and Hope Mills will celebrate Christmas with parades.

Cumberland County Schools will hold its Choice Fair 2022 on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at E.E. Smith High School, 1800 Seabrook Road. Families will have the opportunity to learn more about the …

HOPE MILLS – A 2-mile section of the Fayetteville Outer Loop, also known as Interstate 295, opened to traffic Monday morning between Parkton and Hope Mills. The new section runs between Exit …

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 …

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 …

Man charged in fatal Hope Mills shooting

A Hope Mills man has been charged in a fatal shooting that happened Tuesday on State Street, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. James Christopher Brown Jr., 27, is charged in the …

In this week’s notebook: Metronet names Telly Whitfield director of government affairs; the 2022 Community Stand Down Resource & Information Fair is set for Friday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at V.F.W. Post 6018 at 116 Chance St.; Cumberland County Schools will host its annual Choice Fair on Dec. 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at E.E. Smith High School, 1800 Seabrook Road; Cumberland County is seeking information from providers interested in partnering with the county to provide white flag shelters for vulnerable and homeless populations during extreme winter weather situations.

Cumberland County Schools on Thursday night recognized about 115 employees who served in the Armed Forces and veterans who may still be serving during the district's fourth annual Veterans Day program at the Educational Resource Center.

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