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Officials at Fayetteville’s public utility expect Hurricane Ian to weaken to a tropical depression before reaching North Carolina but still bring strong winds and heavy rains.

DOT to discuss area highway projects

People can learn more about local projects in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s draft 10-year transportation plan for 2024-2033 next week in Fayetteville. The plan, called the State …

The city of Fayetteville and Cumberland County are monitoring weather conditions related to Hurricane Ian, which the National Hurricane Center reported to be a major Category 3 storm on Tuesday that was expected to strengthen as it approaches Florida.

City Council votes down request to build duplexes in neighborhood

A large contingent of residents of the Briarwood Hills-Clairway neighborhoods turned out Monday night to oppose a request for a special-use permit that would allow three duplexes to be built on Colgate Drive. The Fayetteville City Council voted 8-2 to deny the permit request after a hearing.

The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation will temporarily take down the Field of Honor ahead of weather associated with Hurricane Ian. The flags will be removed on Friday and posted …

A nearly $3 million grant from the state will help Fayetteville Regional Airport add hangar space, beef up security — and maybe even make room for another airline to operate. Earlier this month, the Fayetteville City Council accepted the $2.97 million grant from the N.C. Department of Transportation.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man who was killed in a shooting late Monday night on Belhaven Road as 32-year-old Jermaine Hailey of Raeford.

City Council split on implementing gunshot-detecting technology

The Fayetteville City Council remains divided on whether a high-tech gunshot detection system is a good investment to improve public safety. On Monday night, the council was deadlocked 5-5 on a motion to provide staff members with definitive direction on a $200,000 contract with ShotSpotter to employ the technology.

SPRING LAKE — Dozens of missing town vehicles cited in an audit report released earlier this year were the result of careless and unsystematic recordkeeping, interim Town Manager Joe Durham …

Methodist University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the naming of its state-of-the-art nursing building honoring a longtime Fayetteville executive in the savings and loan industry.

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