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Republican Gloria Carrasco is running against Democratic incumbent Marvin Lucas for the N.C. House 42 seat. The district includes Spring Lake, Fort Bragg and part of Fayetteville.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to visit Fort Bragg

U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III is scheduled to visit Fort Bragg on Tuesday to welcome the 18th Airborne Corps back from its deployment to Europe in the midst of the Russian-Ukraine …

SPRING LAKE — N.C. State Auditor Beth Wood says she supports a fellow cabinet member in his decision to deny funding for Spring Lake to hire a town manager — despite the mayor’s recent contention that Wood supports the town board’s choice for the job.

Cumberland County on Wednesday unveiled its new 911 emergency operations services center at 500 Executive Place. The county held a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by more than 150 people …

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen voted Monday night to appoint Fire Chief Jason Williams as interim town manager. He has served as the acting manager for the past two …

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen is scheduled for a work session tonight to hear the latest financial report from the Local Government Commission and discuss the next move toward …

In this week’s notebook: Nikeisha Waring hired as Cumberland County’s first chief diversity officer, Dominique Hall hired as Cumberland County’s new human resources director, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office recognized for its work with military law enforcement, the county Department of Social Services has merged its website with Cumberland County government, city of Fayetteville receives budget award.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday voted to hire an interim county manager who will take over when Amy Cannon retires in December. Board Chairman Glenn Adams announced the …

SPRING LAKE — Mayor Kia Anthony said Monday night that she will be asking for an informal meeting with State Treasurer Dale Folwell to discuss his decision to withhold the funding to hire Justine Jones as the next town manager.

In this week’s notebook: Dr. James Lester to receive the 2022 North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians Community Preceptor Award; Jalisha C. Pone joins Methodist University as senior director for development; the N.C. Department of Transportation is holding workshops for small and disadvantaged business owners; Cumberland County Cooperative Extension to hold charcuterie board workshop.

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