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HOPE MILLS — The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday will consider accepting the highest bid on the town-owned Trade Street property. On March 21, the board agreed to solicit bids …

HOPE MILLS - When Stephen Dollinger was sworn in as Hope Mills police chief in January, he said one of his first priorities would be to add officers to the department. On Monday, Dollinger said he …

The Cumberland County commissioners will consider input from nonprofit agencies and the public on strategies to spend $16.9 million from the state to combat the opioid epidemic. The money is the …

Hope Mills board gets proposed budget

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday received a copy of Town Manager Scott Meszaros’ proposed budget for fiscal 2022-23. The proposed budget keeps the tax rate at 46 cents per $100 of taxable property. It would raise the solid waste fees from $20.90 per month to $23 per month for garbage, recycling and yard waste.

HOPE MILLS - The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday is expected to hear Town Manager Scott Meszaros’ proposed budget for fiscal 2022-23, which keeps the tax rate the same and raises …

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.

One-stop early voting for the May 17 primary elections begins Thursday and continues through May 14. Here are five things to know if you plan to vote early: Where are the early voting …

Residents may pick up free mosquito insecticide from the Cumberland County Department of Public Health while supplies last. The product, Mosquito Dunks, is a biological pest control agent that kills mosquito larvae. It is non-toxic to fish, birds, wildlife and pets, the county said in a release.

For state Rep. Marvin Lucas, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center has held a special place in his heart for more than 60 years. His mind wandered back to those days when the hospital was just a red brick …

The CityView TODAY podcast airs each month. Moderator Tim White talks with CityView TODAY reporters and others in the community about topics and issues that are in the news in Fayetteville and …

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