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A former Cape Fear High School teacher was arrested Friday on more than 50 child sex crimes, including 26 involving a student, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. William Landon Smith, 31, of Wade, was arrested on 29 warrants with a total of 56 charges, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Commission narrows list of names for Fort Bragg, other Army posts

The congressional Naming Commission announced Thursday that it has narrowed its list of potential new names for nine Army installations, including Fort Bragg. The post will no longer be called Fort Bragg, which carries the name of Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg.

On one end of the tent, a jazz trio was swinging on a vintage Duke Ellington number as guests took bites of catered cupcakes. The guests were there to honor Mary Holmes on her 25th anniversary as the president and CEO of the Cumberland Community Foundation.

DSS to take over pandemic rental assistance in Cumberland County

 With more than 5,000 pending applications from rent-burdened households, Cumberland County is expected to take over administration of its pandemic rental assistance program next month.

'He just loves being Jett'

The smile. That broad beaming smile is the first thing you notice about Alexander “Jett” Chilton. As his weightlifting coach will tell you, “Jett’s very active. He’s always upbeat. He gives everybody a smile when he walks in the door.”

More than 160 businesses and nonprofit organizations in Cumberland County have applied for financial assistance to help them recover from the pandemic, county officials said.  The county is …

Cumberland planning to build homeless shelter

Cape Fear Valley Health has expressed its intent to partner with Cumberland County to build a homeless shelter, County Manager Amy Cannon said.

Cumberland County Animal Services will host a drive-thru vaccination clinic Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m. Animal Services hopes to vaccinate 450 pets through this event, Director Elaine Smith said in …

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen is interested in pursuing a partnership with Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation, according to emails obtained by CityView TODAY through a public records request.

Governor appoints Adam Phillips to District Court judge seat

An assistant public defender has been appointed District Court judge in Judicial District 12 serving Cumberland County. Adam Phillips was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of …

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