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In this week’s notebook: Cumberland County Schools recognize two high school counselors and three health care professionals; Cape Fear Valley receives a grant for an Arts Therapy program; an FSU professor secures funding from the National Science Foundation for her research; and Methodist University’s engineering program receives accreditation.

A shooting Friday night left one man dead and another seriously injured, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies were dispatched just after 6:30 p.m. to a shooting near the …

Pfc. Austin Robertson is moving this weekend, from a barracks room on Fort Bragg’s Smoke Bomb Hill to a room across the post. The Wilkesboro native is among the more than 1,100 soldiers who …

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Thursday agreed to make the $7.5 million it has pledged for a Civil War history center contingent on whether the city of Fayetteville stands by its pledge of $6.5 million.

State health officials have confirmed a case of neuroinvasive West Nile virus in Cumberland County, the first reported case this year, county officials said. The case was confirmed by the North …

North Carolina environmental groups are outraged over the Chemours chemical corporation’s plans to expand its Fayetteville Works plant in Bladen County. Chemours announced in a statement …

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, Sept. 8, is expected to decide whether to consider a request to fund the proposed N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center. The issue is …

Newly elected City Council member Brenda McNair says she intended to vote for a motion to put funding for the N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center on the agenda for the council’s next meeting.

The Fayetteville City Council was deadlocked Tuesday night on deciding whether to move forward with the $6.5 million it previously agreed to contribute to building a Civil War history center in the city.

Council members Shakeyla Ingram, Courtney Banks-McLaughlin and Brenda McNair did not attend an emergency meeting of the Fayetteville City Council on Sept. 2 to discuss Cumberland County Superior …

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