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Fayetteville and Cumberland County saw strong winds and rain Friday as the remnants of Hurricane Ian moved through the region after making landfall along the South Carolina coast earlier in the day.

On-campus classes and events scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30, at Methodist University have been canceled and all offices are closed in anticipation of bad weather related to Hurricane Ian, the …

Cumberland County government offices and the court system will be closed Friday in response to the increased risk of impacts to the county as Hurricane Ian passes through central North Carolina, the …

In anticipation of bad weather caused by Tropical Storm Ian, Cumberland County Schools will transition to remote learning on Friday, school officials said Thursday in a news release.

Detectives with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a Spring Lake man in connection with a fatal shooting that happened late Monday on Belhaven Road. The Sheriff’s …

Throckmorton Library celebrated 25 years of serving the Fort Bragg community on Wednesday.  The celebration included activities, games, music and storytime. The library, located on …

DOT to discuss area highway projects

People can learn more about local projects in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s draft 10-year transportation plan for 2024-2033 next week in Fayetteville. The plan, called the State …

SPRING LAKE — Dozens of missing town vehicles cited in an audit report released earlier this year were the result of careless and unsystematic recordkeeping, interim Town Manager Joe Durham …

Spring Lake police chief to be sworn in

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen is expected to swear in Dysoaneik Spellman as the new police chief during tonight’s meeting. The town in August announced Spellman as the next police chief after a two-month search. He was appointed interim police chief when former chief Troy McDuffie retired for the second time in 2021.

As chairman of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners, I am fortunate to interact with various groups and entities. My fellow commissioners and I hear their needs, requests and complaints. The …

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