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During Monday's council work session, some Fayetteville City Council members voiced safety concerns about the new Day Resource Center — a central hub for people experiencing homelessness to receive everyday support services. But advocates and unhoused folks at the center told CityView on Tuesday security has not been a major concern of theirs. 

‘Ham’ radio enthusiasts promote fun, emergency comms capability

On a cold but sunny Saturday — Fayetteville’s annual Veterans Day Parade is underway a few streets away — a group of amateur radio hobbyists have set up a display at the N.C. …

Army veteran and author William Yeske will discuss his book “Damn the Valley” in a lecture on Veterans Day at the U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum.

At Monday’s Fayetteville City Council work session, council members took steps aimed at reducing gun violence and addressing the issue of homelessness in the city.

For most families in Cumberland County, it isn’t time to start worrying about the 2024-25 school year just yet. But for those interested in enrolling their children in one of Cumberland County …

Two weeks after N.C. Newsline reported that North Carolina-based chemical company Chemours has been allowed to import 4 million pounds of GenX from its Netherlands facility to the Fayetteville Works …

City council to discuss gun safety ordinance at Monday work session 

The Fayetteville City Council will meet for a work session at 5 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 433 Hay St. Here's a look at what’s on the agenda:

Fayetteville Technical Community College President Mark Sorrells was honored by the N.C. Technology Association as its Tech Difference Maker of the Year.  Sorrells was recognized for role helping to launch the Carolina Cyber Network, a collaborative workforce development initiative through which select cybersecurity education institutions are working together to meet the growing talent needs of the state’s public agencies and private businesses. 

Cape Fear, Seventy-First, Terry Sanford win in football playoffs

Cape Fear, Seventy-First and Terry Sanford racked up wins in the state high school football playoffs on Friday night. Jack Britt,  Pine  Forest and South View came up short.

Mitch Colvin wants a fourth term as city mayor. Efrain “Freddie” de la Cruz wants Colvin’s gavel. Six incumbents want to remain on the Fayetteville City Council. Six …

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