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Organizers who plan to build a Civil War history center in Fayetteville are looking for public input — in particular, feedback from the city’s African American community. Leaders of …

Bill Kirby Jr.: This isn’t your typical car wash

Say hello to Stanley Jacobs, a self-made businessman if ever there is one. And the car-washing and detailing business along Hope Mills Road is thriving. In fact, it’s booming, and Jacobs is …

In this week’s notebook: Larry Keen and Amy Cannon are recognized for their support of a local leadership program; Harnett Health completes its switch to Epic, a new electronic medical records system.

City Council to revisit history center funding

The Fayetteville City Council on Monday is expected to revisit the issue of funding for the proposed N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center. Mayor Mitch Colvin and council members …

Power mostly restored in Fayetteville, Cumberland County

The remnants of Hurricane Ian caused fallen trees and power outages, but no injuries were reported in Cumberland County, emergency officials said. 

Fayetteville and Cumberland County saw strong winds and rain Friday as the remnants of Hurricane Ian moved through the region after making landfall along the South Carolina coast earlier in the day.

A Fayetteville man was found safe after police said he was taken from his home at gunpoint late Thursday. Joshua Dashawn Smith, 35, of the 7000 block of Jericho Drive, faces kidnapping and other …

In 1971 Don McLean in his song “American Pie’’ refers to a tragic loss to the rock and roll culture when he sings the lyrics, “the day the music died.” McLean was …

The governor was running a bit late. But Roy Cooper was on his way. “He’s three minutes away,” a campaign manager for N.C. Senate 21 candidate Frank McNeill was saying Monday at a political fundraiser on the vast and picturesque horse farm of Jim Van Camp just outside Southern Pines in Moore County.

On-campus classes and events scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30, at Methodist University have been canceled and all offices are closed in anticipation of bad weather related to Hurricane Ian, the …

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