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The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners met Thursday to discuss the agenda for its meeting Monday and approve its consent agenda.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Thursday will consider the question of allocating part of the county’s American Rescue Plan funding to help small businesses in the region.

Valor Awards recognize bravery, commitment of first responders

Bravery, commitment and selflessness were celebrated with the presentation of the sixth annual Valor Awards on Tuesday. Hosted by the Greater Fayetteville Chamber, the awards ceremony recognized …

The Cumberland County Board of Education met Tuesday for its first monthly meeting since the 2022-23 school year began for students on Aug. 28.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will meet Thursday to discuss the agenda for its next regular session. Topics include federal funding for COVID pandemic relief, drug testing for transit operators and cleanup of the Gray's Creek watershed.

The Cumberland County Board of Education will meet Tuesday evening to discuss excess land being given back to the county, review state student test results and approve student support programs.

A Cumberland County sheriff's deputy was hit by a vehicle Monday morning while directing school traffic, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. 

Bright lights of county fair shine on thrill rides, high-flying stunts

The 2023 edition of the Cumberland County Fair came to a close on Sunday evening, bringing thrill rides, amazing stunts, carnival treats, games, agricultural competition and just plain fun since opening Sept. 1

Fayetteville newcomer finds new perspective on the county fair

My sister and I took in the penultimate night of the Cumberland County Fair, located at the Crown Complex, on Saturday, leaving about four hours after we arrived with a newfound appreciation for the spirit of competition that fairs typically offer as well as other traditions that long-standing celebrations like these offer. 

Seventy-First gets big win over Hoke County in football

Here are the scores from Friday night for Cumberland County Schools football: Scotland 40, Jack Britt 35 Laney 28, Cape Fear 21 Seventy-First 38, Hoke County 0

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