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Fire at county landfill is out

A rubbish fire at the Cumberland County Landfill has been extinguished and the landfill has reopened, county officials said.

Bill Kirby Jr.: Challenger says City Council’s time is up

Jose Rodriguez is champing at the bit to be on the Fayetteville City Council.   He is bidding to unseat Mayor Pro Tem Kathy Keefe Jensen, who is in her fourth term representing District 1 neighborhoods in north Fayetteville such as King’s Grant, Kinwood, Kinwood by the River and College Lakes.

County health director to rescind mask abatement order

The director of the Cumberland County health department on Tuesday said she plans to rescind an order that requires people to wear face coverings in public indoor spaces. Dr. Jennifer Green said she will rescind the Public Nuisance Mask Abatement Order beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday.

The girls and boys basketball teams at Spring Lake Middle School were recognized Monday night by the Spring Lake Board of Aldermen for winning their Division III Championships.

A Fayetteville man who was hurt in a vehicle crash last week on Skibo Road has died of his injuries, the Fayetteville Police Department said Tuesday. Police identified the man as Charles Leneave, 82, of the 2400 block of Dartmouth Drive.

City Council turns Waddell allegations over to Ethics Commission

The Fayetteville City Council voted unanimously Monday night to have the Fayetteville Ethics Commission investigate allegations of a lack of transparency against Mayor Mitch Colvin and other council members regarding a proposed takeover last year of the Fayetteville PWC.

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen met in closed session for two hours Monday with representatives from the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor and the North Carolina Local Government Commission.

More Fort Bragg soldiers headed for Europe

Frank Schronce, who is a third-generation service member in his family, spent more than two decades in the military after starting out in the early 1970s.   “It takes you back …

A former Cumberland County Department of Public Health employee alleges in a lawsuit that her boss started sexually harrasing her shortly after she was promoted to administrative assistant in 2016.

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen is scheduled to discuss issues with the town’s new website during its work session Monday.  The board meets at 6 p.m. in the Grady Howard conference room at town hall.       

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