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Fort Bragg officials have identified the soldier who was killed Thursday in a military vehicle accident on post. Spc. Luis Herrera, 23, of Marion, was conducting routine military training when the …

Several Fort Bragg soldiers who were treated earlier this week at Womack Army Medical Center suffered from motion sickness and not heat exhaustion, a spokeswoman for the 18th Airborne Corps said.

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The Fayetteville City Council will ask voters to approve issuing bonds to raise money to address affordable housing, public safety and infrastructure. In a special meeting Thursday evening at City Hall, the council agreed to move forward with planning for a bond referendum that would be on the ballot in November.

One soldier was killed and three others were injured in a military vehicle accident about noon Thursday on Fort Bragg, according to an Army news release. The wounded soldiers were treated at the …

Cumberland County school employees would be paid a minimum of $15 per hour and low-performing schools would get increased funding in a budget outline approved by a school board committee on Thursday.

A performance of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys” scheduled for Thursday at the Crown Theatre was canceled because of an illness among the show’s company, according to a …

An airborne training exercise ended early Wednesday when several Fort Bragg soldiers showed signs of heat exhaustion, a spokeswoman for the 18th Airborne Corps said. The soldiers were preparing for a jump as part of routine airborne operations when the flight crew noticed some of them were displaying signs of heat exhaustion, Capt. Perianne Duffy said.

Rapper Morray, who is from Fayetteville, has been announced as the headliner for the city’s inaugural Juneteenth Jubilee. “We are confirmed,” Bianca Shoneman, president and CEO of the Cool Spring Downtown District, said Wednesday.

Fayetteville’s public utility is encouraging its employees to become more involved in the community. On Wednesday morning, the Fayetteville Public Works Commission received an update on an initiative to begin tracking the time its workers are engaged in civic organizations and community activities.

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