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Crypto miner power draw raises environmental concerns

A new crypto mining facility in Fayetteville will be among the city’s top 10 power consumers when it starts operations in August. California-based Plan C Crypto will operate an old …

Scholarship recipients reflect on MLK’s impact

Twenty-three-year-old Donetra Tisdale paused and took a deep breath. “I’m nervous now,” she told the crowd before her. It grew quiet in the room. After regaining her …

Fourth candidate files to challenge Mitch Colvin for mayor

A fourth candidate has filed to challenge Fayetteville Mayor Mitch Colvin, a former city councilman who resigned under a cloud of political suspicion is running again and an incumbent councilman is seeking a seat in the state House.

Fayetteville officials want to hear from residents, businesses and nonprofits on projects that could be funded by federal dollars to benefit those affected by the pandemic.

The Fayetteville Police Department has made an arrest in a Thursday night shooting on Fen Court that left one man dead and another man injured. Perry Farrington, 27, of Forrest Gump Drive, was …

It’s approaching two months since off-duty sheriff’s deputy Jeffrey Hash shot and killed Jason Walker after police say Walker inexplicably jumped onto the hood of Hash’s pickup …

They’ll come this day to remember. But more to celebrate the life and times of Douglas Hunter Parks, the 45-year-old entrepreneur, passionate conservationist, wildlife enthusiast and born-again Christian.

Fayetteville police are investigating a shooting Thursday that left one man dead and another seriously injured. Officers responded to a reported shooting at 6:17 p.m. on the 4600 block of Fen Court, the Police Department said in a release.

Fortuna BMC Inc., a California-based IT and business management consulting company, is expanding to Cumberland County. The company is hiring for 50 remote call center jobs, the Fayetteville Cumberland County Economic Development Corp. said in a release.

The Personnel Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education on Thursday approved an update on the Opportunity Culture initiative and recommended that the program’s contract be extended with North Carolina-based consultant Public Impact LLC.

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