Music has always played a major role in my life. I grew up listening to music, singing in choirs and dancing to all kinds of beats. One of my favorite artists was Michael Jackson, who captivated me with his unique voice, smooth dance moves and the ability to tell stories through music and movement.
Eighteen Cumberland County Schools bus drivers staged a “sick-out” Wednesday morning, refusing to work in protest of their wages, according to a statement issued by the school …
As health care costs continue to rise, executives of North Carolina’s nine largest nonprofit hospital systems have received double- and triple-digit percentage raises over the past decade, according to a report released by the State Treasurer's Office.
A search of a residence on Glenwood Drive resulted in the arrest of a man and woman on charges of selling marijuana and violating sex offender registration laws, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office.
The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday night voted to spend $949,990 in opioid lawsuit settlement money for an array of programs to help people addicted to opioids.
The Fayetteville Marksmen professional hockey team will partner with Cumberland County Schools and Fayetteville Technical Community College to hold a College & Career Fair for …
With biscuits and coffee in hand, the Cumberland County commissioners on Monday morning handed the county’s representatives in the General Assembly a list of funding priorities that one lawmaker tallied at $151 million.
Asian cooking, Zen garden design and bonsai are the topics in the Better Living Series Asian Tranquility workshops sponsored by Cumberland County Cooperative Extension.
The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will consider spending almost $1 million of opioid lawsuit settlement money for several support programs aimed to help people who are addicted …
Coming out of the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are looking for a chance to socialize again. The Cumberland County Public Library offers programs that allow people with a common “thread” to hang out and do something they all enjoy. Both Bordeaux Branch Library and Hope Mills Branch Library provide monthly opportunities for social activities with just a needle and thread.