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The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday again will discuss and vote on a proposed ordinance to ban camping on county-owned property.   The scheduled vote and discussion will …

EASTOVER — Another day is nearing an end at Eastover Art Works, where McLaurin has been for customers from Dunn, Clinton, Erwin, Cedar Grove, Stedman, Vander, Godwin, Wade and Fayetteville since 1971. But after 51 years, Charles McLaurin says it’s time. Eastover Art Works, at least under Charles and wife Shirley’s ownership, is closing Friday.

Preserving family memories

My grandfather died recently and while going through his effects, the family came across a lot of old pictures from his time in the U.S. Navy. We even discovered an image taken from 100 feet into the …

Family and co-workers of Cumberland County sheriff’s Deputy Oscar Yovani Bolanos-Anavisca Jr. gathered Friday afternoon to recall the 23-year-old who was killed earlier in the day after being …

‘It’s been a good ride’

After 32 years, Ann Mathis is shutting down the annual Bicycle Man bike giveaway that she and her husband started in the Tiffany Pines community.  “I’m retiring,’’ …

A Cumberland County sheriff’s deputy died after being struck by a vehicle on Gillespie Street early Friday, according to a news release from the Sheriff’s Office.

The Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County has launched a pilot grant program to support nonprofit organizations focused on the arts, culture and history, according to a news release. The …

Cumberland County Schools is seeking paid, part-time literacy tutors for elementary students, according to a school system news release.

Eighty third-grade students filed into the multipurpose room at Westarea Elementary School on Tuesday morning not knowing that they would leave with a Christmas surprise. Olde Fayetteville Insurance & Financial Services teamed up with the Bikes for Kids Foundation to give away bicycles to each student, according to a Cumberland County Schools news release.

In this week’s notebook: Metronet opens a Fayetteville store; Vaughn, Mantzouris recognized for work with Cumberland County Schools; Walker named 2022 Outstanding Young Farmer of the Year.

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