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A called meeting of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners was canceled Monday evening because a majority of the commissioners did not attend. County Manager Amy Cannon had been expected to ask the board to consider creating two more water and sewer districts to combat a growing accumulation of forever chemicals in part of the county’s well-water supply.

HOPE MILLS — On Monday night, the Hope Mills Board of Commissioners agreed to place a  temporary moratorium on certain businesses while the town’s staff works to create an overlay district.

HOPE MILLS — The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday will hear from the public about a proposed moratorium on some businesses while town staff work on drafting an overlay district …

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As people gather over the next few days to celebrate the July 4th holiday, firefighters and law enforcement officers are reminding the public to make safety a priority. “We hope that …

Fayetteville Tech program receives $2M in American Rescue Plan funding

An innovative new adult-learner program at Fayetteville Technical Community College has been awarded $2 million in American Rescue Plan funding by Cumberland County.  

Music, food trucks, family fun and fireworks will celebrate July 4th across Cumberland County this weekend. The festivities kick off with a parade on Saturday in Hope Mills and will conclude with fireworks in downtown Fayetteville and on Fort Bragg on Monday night.

The Cumberland County Department of Public Health now offers Moderna COVID-19 vaccination shots for children 6 months to 5 years old. Shots will be administered at the Health Department at 1235 …

Six new district-level administrators will help lead Cumberland County Schools in new roles for the coming school year. The Board of Education approved the appointments on the recommendation of Superintendent Marvin Connelly Jr.

When they were teenagers growing up in Hope Mills, they could travel almost anywhere just by taking Cameron, Legion and Hope Mills roads or U.S. 301. But the roadways that took members of the Hope Mills High School Class of 1967 on their life journey always had a return destination.

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