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Spring Lake board greets new interim finance officer

Spring Lake’s Board of Aldermen got an introduction to the town’s new interim finance officer — an appointee of the state employed to help the town regain its fiscal footing after a …

Fayetteville honors 30 years of sisterhood with Saint-Avold

Three decades after Fayetteville formally became a Sister City with Saint-Avold, France, the relationship is still going strong.  A delegation from Saint-Avold is visiting Fayetteville this this week, and on Monday — as a symbol of the relationship’s endurance — Mayor Mitch Colvin presented his Saint-Avold counterpart, René Steiner, with a key to the city at the Fayetteville City Council meeting. 

Methodist University’s Collegiate Recovery Program supports students

Methodist University is leading the way with a multi-campus   Collegiate Recovery Program   that supports students in their recovery from addiction. Stemming from a $500,000-plus grant …

Fayetteville-born Mrs. makes history at Miss USA pageant

Fayetteville native Juliana Morehouse-Locklear grew up idolizing the competitors in Miss USA and other traditional beauty pageants. It made sense: her own mother, Lynn Morehouse, earned Miss …

Business Notebook: NCWorks, FSU sponsor Military Affiliated Job and Resource Fair

The NCWorks Career Center in Fayetteville and Fayetteville State University’s department of adult learning will sponsor the Military Affiliated Job and Resource Fair, according to a news release.

WHITE LAKE — This is where he would want to be, with a nearing sunset washing the tiny, benign waves ashore and leaving the summer solstice behind. This was home. This was the lake Tim Kinlaw loved all his life.

Seventy-First racks up big win over Gray’s Creek; Westover loses in overtime

Most Cumberland County schools rescheduled Friday night’s games to Thursday because of the threat of stormy weather caused by Tropical Storm Ophelia. In addition, two games that remained …

Fort Liberty looking to resume programs interrupted by COVID-19

The Community Action Committee for Fort Liberty met for its monthly meeting Wednesday morning. These meetings are aimed to convey information from Fort Liberty leadership to those living and working …

Here’s how Cumberland County is spending its $65 million (so far)

The American Rescue Plan is a $1.9 trillion federal COVID-19 stimulus package approved in 2021. It includes provisions such as tax credits, unemployment benefit extensions and small business grants.  As part of that program, Cumberland County received a total of $65,168,690 between June 2021 and June 22

The Fayetteville City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 433 Hay St. Here is a quick summary of the agenda.

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