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Masks will be optional in most Cumberland County government facilities for visitors and employees starting March 14, the county said in a release. Masks, however, will still be required at the …

A man who was arrested at the Cumberland County Courthouse on an outstanding warrant was later charged with child abuse when authorities learned he left a 2-year-old alone in a vehicle, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Rep. John Szoka will not seek another term in the state House. On Friday, the last day of the filing period, he entered the race for an at-large seat on the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners.

Former city councilwoman files for N.C. Senate against deViere

Former Fayetteville City Councilwoman Val Applewhite and Dennis Britt filed Thursday for N.C. Senate District 19, while Frances Jackson entered the race for the N.C. House 45 seat now occupied by …

Cumberland Community Foundation has announced more than $600,000 in academic scholarships for 21 high school seniors who were named Robert H. Short scholars. The last-dollar-in award provides up to $7,500 a year for up to four years for a total of $30,000 per student, the foundation said in a release.

Cumberland County Sheriff Ennis Wright filed Wednesday for another term as the county’s top law enforcement officer, and Mayor Pro Tem Kathy Keefe Jensen filed for a fifth term in District 1 with the Fayetteville City Council.

The Cumberland County Gray’s Creek Committee of the Board of Commissioners on Wednesday received an update on a proposed bulk water agreement with the Fayetteville Public Works Commission to provide services to the Gray’s Creek Water and Sewer District.

Shakeyla Ingram on Tuesday filed for a second term on the Fayetteville City Council, while Charles Ruppe Smith and Terry Lynn Johnson Sr. filed for the N.C. House District 44 seat currently occupied by Rep. Billy Richardson.

The Auxiliary Services Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education has given its recommendations on the proposed student reassignment plans for students in the T.C. Berrien district while …

Ben Clark files for congressional seat

State Sen. Ben Clark, who played a key role in helping bring more than $400 million to Cumberland County in the state budget, filed Monday for the U.S. House of Representatives, and another challenger filed for a Fayetteville City Council seat.

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