Larry O. Wright Sr., who represents District 7 on the Fayetteville City Council and was first elected in 2013, is being challenged by businesswoman Brenda McNair in the July 26 election.
Larry Wright, who was first elected to the City Council in 2013, is being challenged for the District 7 seat by businesswoman and political newcomer Brenda McNair. Wright says the city is headed …
Chemours announced Wednesday that it is challenging the new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency health advisory for GenX, one of dozens of so-called forever chemicals found in high concentrations in the Cape Fear River and in drinking water wells in Cumberland County.
The Fayetteville Police Department has released the names of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of a woman who appeared to be suffering from a mental crisis on July 1. In a release Wednesday, the Police Department identified the officers as Officer Zacharius Borom and Sgt. Timothy Rugg. Both have been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, the department said.
An aging network of power, water and sewer lines means Fayetteville’s public utility must closely monitor its infrastructure to avoid disruptions in service. The city’s Public Works Commission met Wednesday to discuss “asset management” — the strategies in place to modernize utility systems and guard against failure and inefficiencies.
The Rev. Stuart Collick stood before the Fayetteville-Cumberland County Homeless Committee on Tuesday and begged its members to step up as leaders and get projects moving on behalf of the homeless.
Two political newcomers are vying for an open seat on the Fayetteville City Council to represent District 6. Businessman Peter Pappas says the city needs “mature, reasoned leadership.” …
Apparently, some City Council members are ducking when it comes to the Vote Yes Fayetteville initiative to change the elected municipal government body from nine districts to five district …
Two political newcomers are vying for an open seat on the Fayetteville City Council to represent District 6. Businessman Peter Pappas says the city needs “mature, reasoned leadership.” Retired postal worker Derrick Thompson says quality of life should be “everyone’s top priority.”
Public safety is the top concern for the candidates who hope to represent District 3 on the Fayetteville City Council. And they agree that expanding economic opportunity is an important strategy to reduce crime.