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More than 60 animals were seized from a residence on Marigold Drive as part of an investigation into animal neglect and hoarding, Cumberland County Animal Services said Monday. Cumberland County …

Several animals died of smoke inhalation after a fire Sunday morning in a hut at Seventy-First High School, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. The Sheriff's Office responded to 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 …

Downtown Fayetteville will celebrate Christmas present and Christmas past with festivities the day after Thanksgiving.  The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County will launch Holidays …

City government offices will be closed Thursday and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving.  

His has been a life’s work about Fayetteville in words and thousands of his collection of historic photographs from the Great Fire of 1831 to the Great Flood of 1908. Weeks Parker Jr. is an …

In this week’s notebook: Alex McFadyen of Coldwell Banker Advantage wins national “Rookie of the Year” award; FTCC welcomes two new trustees, and three returning trustees; Johnny A. Carter inducted into Cumberland County Agricultural Hall of Fame.

County to consider removing homeless encampments from county property

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will meet Monday for its regular meeting at 6:45 p.m in Room 118 at the Cumberland County Courthouse. The agenda is set out here. During this meeting …

A pedestrian was in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle Saturday morning at Murchison Road and Blue Street, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

When I started in my role as the director of Cumberland County Public Library almost a year and a half ago, our library locations — like many libraries and organizations across the country — were just beginning the process of reopening following the COVID-19 closure. In the past two-plus years, our library staff has masterfully pivoted to serve our community and residents in innovative ways.

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