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A Fayetteville man has been charged with attempted murder and assault after a woman was shot in a domestic dispute, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. Anthony Lamont McDaniel, 41, was arrested Thursday night by detectives with the Major Crimes Unit.

These are just plain, everyday people.   Just simple folks who want to go about the quiet and peaceful lives in neighborhoods off Bragg Boulevard to include Greenwood Homes, Scotty …

A passenger who was injured in a vehicle crash on Pamalee Drive on March 5 has died and the driver of the vehicle has been charged, the Fayetteville Police Department said. The two-vehicle crash happened just after 10 p.m. near Van Buren Drive.

Cape Fear Valley to add 100 beds with $110M expansion

A $110 million expansion to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center will add 100 beds and reduce wait times in the Emergency Room, Cape Fear Valley Health announced Wednesday.   The expansion …

Fayetteville PWC establishing Small Local Supplier Program

The Fayetteville Public Works Commission on Wednesday heard an update on a program that will offer opportunities for small businesses to compete with other similarly situated businesses for procurement opportunities from the utility.

Day resource center expected to open in 2023

A proposed day resource center that will provide support services to the homeless is expected to open in 2023, the Fayetteville City Council was told this week. The City Council received an update …

Beginning July 1, four schools in the Cumberland County Schools district will have new principals, the school system announced. The Cumberland County Board of Education on Tuesday approved John “Royvell” Godbolt as the new principal of Terry Sanford High School. Godbolt previously served as the assistant principal and athletic director at Terry Sanford.

US Supreme Court lets NC redistricting stand

North Carolinians know, finally, what political maps they will use to elect representatives to the U.S. House in 2022.  On Monday evening, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a …

Leave it to Pitt Dickey to keep us on our toes.   After all, he’s a lawyer.   He could have been a journalist of the late Lewis Grizzard ilk, because Pitt Dickey can write some humorous columns that can keep you laughing and smiling.  

Parents of students normally assigned to T.C. Berrien and Lillian Black elementary schools now know where those children will go in the 2022-23 school year. On Tuesday night, the Cumberland County Board of Education made final decisions on student reassignment plans.

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