The Fayetteville City Council will consider amending a hazardous materials ordinance that charges property owners and residents for any costs incurred by the city for having to respond to a hazmat emergency.
Methodist University earns Military Friendly gold ranking Methodist University has earned a “gold-level” ranking while being designated a Military Friendly university for the 2022-23 school year, the university announced in a release earlier this month.
The Fayetteville Police Department is investigating a shooting Saturday night in a hotel parking lot that left three people dead and two others injured. Officers responded to a reported shooting …
A first-grade teacher at E. Melvin Honeycutt Elementary School is one of two people facing trafficking and other drug charges, the Fayetteville Police Department said. Antonisha Chambers, 34, and Bradford Gordon, 29, both of the 2500 block of Cumberland Creek Drive, are accused of trafficking methamphetamine, the Police Department said in a release.
Within a few years, the Cape Fear Regional Theatre – both inside and out – will no longer look exactly as it does now. The theater is undergoing an estimated $16 million renovation and expansion that will upgrade and expand the building for decades to come.
The Fayetteville Police Department has upgraded charges against the driver in a March 5 traffic fatality on Pamalee Drive. Jalea McMillian, 19, of the 1900 block of King George Drive, was previously charged with misdemeanor death by vehicle. That charge has been upgraded to second-degree murder, the Police Department said Friday.
The congressional Naming Commission announced Thursday that it has narrowed its list of potential new names for nine Army installations, including Fort Bragg. The post will no longer be called Fort Bragg, which carries the name of Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg.
On one end of the tent, a jazz trio was swinging on a vintage Duke Ellington number as guests took bites of catered cupcakes. The guests were there to honor Mary Holmes on her 25th anniversary as the president and CEO of the Cumberland Community Foundation.
With more than 5,000 pending applications from rent-burdened households, Cumberland County is expected to take over administration of its pandemic rental assistance program next month.
Two heavyweight Fayetteville organizations have joined CityView TODAY’s fight for in-person public access to City Council meetings. In a letter dated Wednesday, Fayetteville lawyer Neil …