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Mitch Colvin will join Tony Chavonne as the second longest-serving mayor in Fayetteville history while the Fayetteville City Council will have two new faces in Districts 2 and 5 in four weeks. …

Incumbent Fayetteville Mayor Mitch Colvin easily won a fourth term Tuesday, defeating challenger Freddie de la Cruz in the city’s municipal election by getting 65% of the ballots cast.

Hope Mills commissioners finalized a partnership contract with a Fayetteville baseball team, held public hearings on two rezoning cases and approved grants and budget amendments at the board’s …

For most families in Cumberland County, it isn’t time to start worrying about the 2024-25 school year just yet. But for those interested in enrolling their children in one of Cumberland County …

Mitch Colvin wants a fourth term as city mayor. Efrain “Freddie” de la Cruz wants Colvin’s gavel. Six incumbents want to remain on the Fayetteville City Council. Six …

Hope Mills Commissioners are set to finalize a partnership contract with a Fayetteville baseball team, have public hearings on two rezoning cases and review grants and budget amendments at the …

November brings games, Coharie presentation to Hope Mills library

When some people think of the library, they most likely think about a quiet place filled with books. While we still appreciate a calm environment with many wonderful books that can be checked out, where everyone feels welcome, there is more to the library than books and silence. The library can be a place of fun and entertainment.

Board votes to zone 82.5-acre tract for residential, commercial use

Hope Mills commissioners on Monday approved a request to conditionally zone a tract annexed by the town in 2021 to allow a developer to pursue a project that would include both commercial and residential development.

Hope Mills residents on Saturday posed questions to candidates seeking the mayor's office and town board seats at a community-organized forum, addressing communication, infrastructure, zoning and preserving heritage.

Hope Mills board reviews proposal to host relocated baseball team

The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners took action on a proposal to relocate a baseball team to the town, approved a donation to the Police Department and renewed a contract for storm drain cleaning at its meeting Monday. 

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