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Cumberland County Sheriff's Office investigates Monday morning shooting death

On January 1st, 2024, at 7:48 a.m., Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a 911 call for a person shot at the intersection of Batcave Drive and John B. Carter Road in Fayetteville. …

Fayetteville police investigating New Year's Day shooting death

Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Homicide Unit are investigating a shooting that occurred New Year's Day in the 1800 block of Harris Street.  At  …

PHOTOS: Fayetteville rings in 2024 with the Night Circus

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Photographer Sharilyn Wells captured the moments as celebrants rang out 2023 and rang in 2024 at the Night Circus on New Year's Eve at Festival Park in downtown Fayetteville. DJ Spinderella and …

Elections, downtown development, ShotSpotter, the homeless and more

In 2024, big things will be happening — elections, wars overseas, new development and ongoing struggles — and your team at CityView Today plans to be there to bring you those stories. …

Fayetteville City Council Member Courtney Banks-McLaughlin wants the council to censure Mayor Mitch Colvin and Council Member Mario Benavente when the council meets on Tuesday evening.  …

As always, Fayetteville and Cumberland County had plenty of news in 2023 that caught your attention, stirred your outrage or made you happy. Below are five topics that dominated. Elections …

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will hold its first meeting of 2024 at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Here’s everything you need to know about the board’s first agenda for the year: …

Emergency service communications released Thursday in response to a Dec. 12 incident at the Hope Mills Police Department have revealed more details about the circumstances surrounding what prompted a probe from the State Bureau of Investigation.

Cumberland County’s Community development Department will host a series of town hall meetings for its 2024 Annual Action Plan beginning in January, the county announced Friday. …

The turning of the calendar from 2023 to 2024 brings a new year, but also new obligations — especially where the Cumberland County Tax Office is concerned.  To help walk you through …

Military service members and spouses within a half-year of transitioning to civilian life can hone their agricultural skills with a five-week program hosted by the Cumberland County’s N.C. …

Almost a third of the unhoused people who left Fayetteville on a bus to a homeless shelter in Durham on Dec. 20 have returned to the city within a week’s time.  The bus transport, …

Top stories for 2023: PFAS in the Cape Fear

I have covered a lot in the past year, but the most impactful stories for me have been about the environmental catastrophe occurring in our backyard: the decades-long contamination of the Cape Fear …

Cumberland County offering free voter ID clinics this winter

As officials gear up for the 2024 primary elections in March, Cumberland County residents will be able to get the identification they need to vote at a series of clinics in January and …

First, congratulations on your selection as the 2024 North Carolina Secondary Assistant Principal of the Year. What does this  honor mean to you? This honor means everything to me. It has …

2023 was full of compelling stories of Fayetteville and Cumberland County

In 2023, a rat jumped on me, I interviewed Broadway actors from Cumberland County who were up for Tony Awards, I watched a road-rage murder trial, the government tried to squish the constitutional …

During the early 1970s, my father was pastor of the Third Creek Presbyterian Church in Rowan County, a long established congregation with a rich history dating back before the Civil War. …

The Fayetteville Police Department’s Traffic Unit investigated a vehicle crash that occurred on Monday, Dec. 25, in the area of Hope Mills Road and Glensford Drive that resulted in the death of …

There’s no doubt in my mind which story I’m proudest to have written in 2023.

Tim Bryant was named the CEO and general manager of Fayetteville’s PWC (Public Works Commission) in August. A native of Goldsboro, he brought 25 years of utility experience to the position, …

Cumberland County and employees of its Department of Social Services are being sued for keeping a child in foster care for almost five years based on allegedly false statements from a Fayetteville psychologist who was later censured by the state board, according to court documents. 

The State Bureau of Investigation has been called in to conduct a probe into an incident that led to a Hope Mills Police Department officer’s suspension, the town announced Friday. 

Fort Liberty Christmas Tree Lighting 2023

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Fort Liberty Family and Army MWR held a Christmas Tree Lighting event on Nov. 30 at the Main Post Parade Field in Fort Liberty. The event hosted holiday entertainment with performances by the 82nd …

Cumberland Register of Deeds Lee Warren to retire at end of 2024

One week ago today, the fourth of four political shockwaves struck Cumberland County when the 2024 election filing period ended Dec. 15 and long-time Register of Deeds Lee Warren’s name was not …

For mother and daughter Shervon and Jayla Hogsett, Christmas will be just “another day” this year — another day where they fight to stay warm on Fayetteville’s streets, hope …

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