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Cumberland County Schools welcomes year-round students

“Good morning, Hornet family!” With that opening delivered over the intercom, Principal David Greene kicked off the new school year Monday morning for the 525 students who attend Anne Chesnutt Middle School on Skibo Road.

One-stop early voting ends Saturday in the elections for Fayetteville mayor and City Council. In Cumberland County, early voting is open only at the Board of Elections Office, 227 Fountainhead Lane.

A virtual career fair will help connect veterans and their spouses with job recruiters seeking military-trained talent on Tuesday. Recruit Military and Disabled American Veterans will sponsor the Southeast Region Virtual Career Fair for Veterans online from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 19.

Fred LaChance says it’s time “for the average Joe to get out and go walking.” Three-term City Councilman Johnny Dawkins says there’s still work to be done on public safety and infrastructure.

Political newcomer Fred LaChance is challenging Councilman Johnny Dawkins to represent District 5 on the Fayetteville City Council. LaChance, 70, is a Navy veteran who owns and operates an …

Political newcomer Deno Hondros is challenging Councilwoman Yvonne Kinston for the City Council District 9 seat. Both are Fayetteville natives.   And public safety and government …

Some people you never forget. Some moments, too. “I will never forget you, Jarred,” Amy Sparks said that sunny April 24, 2012, afternoon as her VanStory Hills Elementary third-grade …

Public safety and government transparency rank among the top issues for the candidates who want to represent District 9 on the Fayetteville City Council. Political newcomer Deno Hondros is challenging incumbent Councilwoman Yvonne Kinston for the seat.

Cumberland County holding career fair Thursday Cumberland County government will host “Cumberland Careers,” a countywide career fair, on Thursday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Crown …

Cumberland County Manager Amy Cannon on Monday is expected to ask the Board of Commissioners to create two new water and sewer districts to combat contamination of private wells due to GenX and other PFAS chemicals in portions of the county.

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