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Christiana Adeyemi has been named executive director for Better Health of Cumberland County effective Jan. 5. “I am excited to join the Better Health team and to continue the legacy of 64 …

Masks to be optional for Cumberland schools starting Feb. 16

The Cumberland County Board of Education on Tuesday voted 5-4 to make face masks optional in schools starting Feb. 16. Until Tuesday’s vote, masks had been mandatory inside schools. The board is required by state law to vote on the mask policy each month. 

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday voted to table the Johnson Street project after issues were raised related to sidewalks and CSX rail crossings. Board members said they needed more time and research before making a decision.

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday is expected to consider CSX requirements related to insurance and signal improvement requirements at the Johnson Street rail crossing.

Charles Averitt said he looked out a window of his Hope Mills home last Thursday morning to see a line of vehicles parked outside. “One dude had his stereo playing,” Averitt said. …

Pentagon: Additional Fort Bragg troops being deployed to Europe

Fort Bragg will be sending an additional 2,000 troops from the 82nd Airborne Division and the 18th Airborne Corps to Europe over the next few days, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby announced Wednesday.

Amazon announced today that it is expanding its operations in Cumberland County, confirming the construction of a 1.3 million-square-foot fulfillment facility in the Military Business Park off Bragg Boulevard.

Hope Mills board gets update on projects

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners was told Monday that challenges related to the pandemic and other issues could impact projects planned for the town.    The board …

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting Monday to discuss budget priorities ahead of the 2022-23 budget preparation.   The special session will serve as a preliminary meeting for the board’s budget retreat scheduled for March and will serve as a refresher for veteran board members and an instructional tool for new Commissioners Grilley Mitchell and Joanne Scarola.

Bill Kirby Jr.: We’re burning the midnight oil just for you

We’re up and running full throttle over here at CityViewTODAY and burning the midnight oil not just to keep warm from the winter cold, but to keep you informed of everything we can that’s going on in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, Hope Mills, Spring Lake and wherever the news calls.

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