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A body was found inside a home on Enoch Avenue and a woman with injuries was outside early Tuesday, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. A domestic disturbance was reported at the home in the 100 block of Enoch Avenue about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to a news release.

PWC to hear update on federal PFAS regulations

The Fayetteville Public Works Commission will hear an update Wednesday on regulations regarding PFAS in drinking water, according to the agenda for Wednesday’s board meeting.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday unanimously approved a recently brokered agreement between the county and its municipalities on how they will split the growth in sales tax revenue.

HOPE MILLS — Scott Garner, the architect for the town’s new public safety building, delivered good news to the town board on Monday night. “There’s no change order this and I know we’re all glad about that,” said Garner.

Police announce arrest of former Fort Bragg soldier in 2010 homicide

After nearly 13 years, the Fayetteville Police Department on Monday announced an arrest in the killing of Terrance Plummer on Memorial Day weekend in 2010. At a news conference at City Hall, police officials said that former Fort Bragg soldier Joshua Richardson, 41, was arrested Feb. 7 and charged with first-degree murder in the 2010 homicide.

“American Idol” winner and High Point native Fantasia will perform in concert at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville on June 23, the Crown announced on Monday. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday and will be available at Ticketmaster.com/Fantasia.

Fayetteville Technical Community College received a threat through social media and email and is taking the situation seriously, according to a news release from the college Sunday. 

HOPE MILLS — The architect for the John W. Hodges Public Safety Center will ask for more than $1 million to finish the project when the town board meets Monday night. Scott Garner says a budget amendment in the amount of $1,172,250 will cover the remainder of the building.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday is scheduled to consider an agreement between the county and all its municipalities on how they will share sales tax revenue for the next two years.

There’s a tranquility and a calm that permeates through this place where women and men both gather throughout each week to not only strengthen and tone their bodies but to reflect and be in touch with themselves and their daily lives. There’s a serenity. You can feel it.

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