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Sweet Tea Shakespeare will present a program of folk Christmas music for three nights beginning Thursday. “Behold: A Folk Christmas Cantata” will be performed at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 1601 Raeford Road.

If you are homeless in this county, you have an advocate in Toni Stewart, chairwoman of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners.   She is a passionate voice for those without a roof …

A Fayetteville man has been arrested in a fatal shooting that happened on Treetop Drive in May, the Fayetteville Police Department said. Khailil Johnson, 19, of the 7000 block of Ryan Street, is …

City Council interviews candidates for Fayetteville PWC board

Four of the five candidates who applied for the Fayetteville Public Works Commission board were interviewed by the City Council on Monday during its monthly work session.

The Fayetteville City Council recently approved 15 people to serve on its Millennial Advisory Commission, which was established to provide the council with input on issues relevant to young professionals and other millennials, according to a city news release.

Methodist University will hold its winter commencement Saturday morning at the Crown Coliseum. The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m., according to a university news release.

Hundreds attend Choice Fair 2022

Hundreds of families from across Cumberland County attended the Choice Fair 2022 on Saturday to learn about the educational options available in the local school district, officials said. The …

Police technology expert discusses AI-powered gunshot detection

In mid-November, the Fayetteville City Council decided to contract with ShotSpotter, a company that deploys a gunshot detection system using artificial intelligence in cities across the state …

An underground water main break at Murchison Road and Coley Drive has closed some lanes of Murchison Road, the Fayetteville Police Department said. Murchison Road is down to one lane of travel in …

Fayetteville City Council to hear from PWC applicants

Members of the Fayetteville City Council on Monday are expected to hear from five applicants seeking a seat on the Public Works Commission Board. The City Council work session begins at 5 p.m. in …

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