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No A Dickens Holiday? Members of the Downtown Alliance beg to differ. On yes, oh yes, there will be A Dickens Holiday downtown from 1 to 8 p.m. the day after Thanksgiving, just like there has been …

Pfc. Austin Robertson is moving this weekend, from a barracks room on Fort Bragg’s Smoke Bomb Hill to a room across the post. The Wilkesboro native is among the more than 1,100 soldiers who …

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Thursday agreed to make the $7.5 million it has pledged for a Civil War history center contingent on whether the city of Fayetteville stands by its pledge of $6.5 million.

State health officials have confirmed a case of neuroinvasive West Nile virus in Cumberland County, the first reported case this year, county officials said. The case was confirmed by the North …

North Carolina environmental groups are outraged over the Chemours chemical corporation’s plans to expand its Fayetteville Works plant in Bladen County. Chemours announced in a statement …

The city of Fayetteville has appealed a judge’s order that it schedule a referendum on a plan that would add at-large seats to the City Council. The ruling by Superior Court Judge Jim Ammons last week mandated that the council approve a November referendum on the proposal by the Vote Yes Fayetteville advocacy group to reshape the way City Council members are elected.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, Sept. 8, is expected to decide whether to consider a request to fund the proposed N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center. The issue is …

Newly elected City Council member Brenda McNair says she intended to vote for a motion to put funding for the N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center on the agenda for the council’s next meeting.

The Fayetteville City Council was deadlocked Tuesday night on deciding whether to move forward with the $6.5 million it previously agreed to contribute to building a Civil War history center in the city.

Council members Shakeyla Ingram, Courtney Banks-McLaughlin and Brenda McNair did not attend an emergency meeting of the Fayetteville City Council on Sept. 2 to discuss Cumberland County Superior …

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