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GENERAL INTEREST Camp Dixie: 373 Bladen Union Church Road. Age-appropriate activities include music, crafts, hiking, swimming, sports and life skills. Weekly in June and July for grades 2-12. …

FAYETTEVILLE-CUMBERLAND PARKS & RECREATION Summer Day Camp: For children who have completed kindergarten through age 12, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, May 30-Aug. 18, at the following …

ARTS, MUSIC, PERFORMING ARTS Methodist University Summer Jam!: 5400 Ramsey St. The camp is open to musicians ages 11-18 of all experience levels. July 10-15. For more information, contact Linda …


ATHLETICS Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation youth sports camps fcpr.us/programs-activities/summer-camps Basketball camp at Westover Recreation Center: Skills, drills and …

RALEIGH – On the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, state officials are reminding people to not drink and drive. 

The man riding a motorcycle who was killed Wednesday evening when he collided with another vehicle on Yadkin Road has been identified as a Fort Bragg soldier, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.

A local  teacher received statewide honors from her peers at the 48th annual meeting of the N.C. Association for the Gifted and Talented in Winston-Salem on March 3. Cumberland County Schools teacher Sarena Myers was the recipient of the 2023 Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Gifted Award. 

A man who broke into a vehicle and later barricaded himself in a carport storage room was subdued by taser after wielding a knife, the Fayetteville Police Department said.

Gov. Cooper’s proposed budget includes raises for teachers, school staff

Local teachers and schools staff welcomed proposals to enhance funding for public education included in Gov. Roy Cooper’s state budget. Released Wednesday, the governor’s Fiscal 2023-25 …

Former interim Cumberland County Manager Renee Paschal earlier this week resigned as a consultant to the county manager. Paschal became the county’s interim manager in December when Amy Cannon retired and before the county hired a new full-time manager. Cumberland County hired Clarence Grier as its full-time manager earlier this year, and he began his duties on March 1.

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