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Ready, set, learn for students @ the library

With a new school year starting last week, parents and students may be wondering what more they can do to ensure academic success. Cumberland County Public Library is here to help you and your child reach academic goals and fulfill needs for the 2023-24 school year.

RALEIGH — State and local law enforcement officers will be out in force as part of the Labor Day Booze It & Lose It campaign, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will meet Tuesday to hear an update about the county’s employee child care center, review emergency operations plans and appoint members of two boards.

Seventy-First coach emphasizes defense as key to success on the field

Seventy-First head football coach Duran McLaurin can’t speak for the philosophies of his fellow coaches, but when it comes to building a defense, he knows the plan that consistently works for him.

Fayetteville city government offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 4 to observe the Labor Day holiday.  The following schedules are in effect: Police Department The main police …

Tennis, football standouts recognized as Athletes of the Week

A tennis star at Gray’s Creek and a football tackler with 3 sacks earn weekly honors.

Chamber’s State of the Community luncheon spotlights new events center, hospital expansion

The Greater Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce held its annual State of the Community luncheon on Thursday at the Crown Complex Expo Center.  With about 600 people in attendance, according to according to the chamber’s Facebook page, organizers said it was the largest crowd in the history of the gathering. The audience included Fayetteville city, Cumberland County and state officials; business leaders; and public schools administrators.

Storm’s approach to Carolinas prompts closures, rescheduling for services

The threat of strong wind and heavy rain from Tropical Storm Idalia means a number of municipal, county, college and other services will be disrupted on Thursday. The Cumberland County region …

Cumberland County Schools will be closed Thursday and all schoolwork will be remote because of the threat of stormy weather related to Tropical Storm Idalia, according to a statement on the school system’s website. The National Weather Service in Raleigh has issued a tropical storm warning for Cumberland County ahead of Hurricane Idalia.

The remnants of Hurricane Idalia are expected to bring heavy rain, strong winds and potential flooding to North Carolina beginning early Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

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