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The Fayetteville Public Works Commission received 10 policy recommendations designed to encourage local companies and minority- and women-owned businesses to bid for supply contracts.

This spring, Cumberland County Public Library will take part in North Carolina Reads, an annual series that features five books that explore issues of racial, social and gender equality as well as the history and culture of North Carolina.

The Fayetteville City Council on Thursday voted to rename new halfway houses as “community reintegration centers” while also limiting the number of residents who can live there at one …

An opening reception for “Soul & Spirit: Celebrating Black Joy,” a national juried art exhibition, was scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County.

Nine people who responded to advertisements placed as part of a prostitution sting were arrested at a Skibo Road motel on Thursday, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

All of us have a story to tell. Author Annette C. Billie first told the story in 2006 about the Rev. Henry Evans and his founding of Evans Metropolitan AME Zion Church, the oldest place of worship in this city that was chartered in 1801. Berthenia Lindo is bringing the author’s story to life in the stage production of “A Glimpse Into Evans,”

Cape Fear Regional Theatre will present the Tony Award-winning show “Matilda the Musical” through Feb. 19.

Tax relief is available to qualified property owners, including exclusions and deferments for the elderly and disabled, according to the Cumberland County Tax Administration. The owners of …

Methodist University has received a grant of nearly $515,000 to support college students through recovery programs, according to a news release from the school. The university is one of nine …

Leaders in Fayetteville’s millennials community want to move on to the next chapter. The city’s Millennial Advisory Commission will ask the Fayetteville City Council on Thursday to …

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