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Economic development group awarded $4M for HR talent portal

The Fayetteville Cumberland Economic Development Corp. and the Community Development Foundation plan to use $4 million in federal funds to build an HR center that will help service members, military spouses and veterans find jobs.

Teachers at Jack Britt High School use many positive attributes to describe Hyasen Gray. She is known for being a student-athlete, artist, hard worker, volunteer and leader. Now, she is also known …

Two years of remote and hybrid learning did not stop Gray's Creek High School senior Forsby Quick from developing his love for music. He has always had high expectations for himself — both …

Deployed father surprises son with trip home to see him graduate

Leading a small entourage of family into the assembly room, Army Sgt. 1st Class William Dubnansky scurried forward and immediately embraced his son in front of the Gray’s Creek High School …

The prospect of a new name for Fort Bragg is getting mixed reviews from veterans and civil rights leaders in Fayetteville. A federal commission tasked by Congress with recommending new names for …

About 300 people attended a Memorial Day service on Monday at Freedom Memorial Park in downtown Fayetteville.  The ceremony paid tribute to those who sacrificed their lives in the call of …

Cumberland County’s homeless population rose by 178 from 2020 to 2022, according to an annual count of people who live on the streets and those living in homeless shelters. The 2021 count, which was restricted to people in emergency shelters because of the COVID-19 pandemic, was 54.

Several community Memorial Day events are scheduled through Monday. They include:  Friday Spring Lake: A Memorial Day ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Veterans Park on Ruth …

Public swimming pools will open for the season Monday across Cumberland County. Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation pools will provide relief from the heat from Memorial Day through …

The CityView TODAY podcast airs each month. Moderator Tim White talks with CityView TODAY reporters and others in the community about topics and issues that are in the news in Fayetteville and …

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