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HOPE MILLS - The town Board of Commissioners on Monday is expected to sign off on the sale of the Trade Street property that had once been planned as a town museum. It is one of several items on the board’s consent agenda.

Commission narrows list of names for Fort Bragg, other Army posts

The congressional Naming Commission announced Thursday that it has narrowed its list of potential new names for nine Army installations, including Fort Bragg. The post will no longer be called Fort Bragg, which carries the name of Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg.

Cumberland County Animal Services will host a drive-thru vaccination clinic Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m. Animal Services hopes to vaccinate 450 pets through this event, Director Elaine Smith said in …

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to hold the town’s Fourth of July festivities on July 2. Commissioner Bryan Marley was absent from the vote.

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday will consider authorizing the town manager to negotiate with builders for work related to the bathrooms at the Thomas Oakman Campbell Chapel.

The Cumberland County Board of Elections needs voters who are registered as Republicans or unaffiliated to serve as precinct workers for the May 17 primary. Workers are needed for all 75 polling sites, said Angie Amaro, interim director of the county Board of Elections.

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday night agreed it needs an official town historian and plans to write a policy that includes the responsibilities and requirements for the position.  

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday is scheduled to revisit a letter it approved at the last board meeting regarding town historian Pat Hall. The board meets at 7 …

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. 

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