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Fort Bragg soldiers who were training with Somali forces in Mogadishu went from training mode to responder mode when a civilian plane crashed Monday morning, the Army said in a release. Three 2nd …

Fayetteville Mayor Mitch Colvin says improving public safety is a key part of providing economic opportunity for everyone, which he believes is the city’s most pressing need. His challenger …

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.

Two men are being sought in connection with a road-rage incident that left a man with gunshot injuries on July 11, according to a Fayetteville Police Department news release. The victim’s wife and infant child were in the vehicle at the time of the shooting, the release said.

Cumberland County Schools welcomes year-round students

“Good morning, Hornet family!” With that opening delivered over the intercom, Principal David Greene kicked off the new school year Monday morning for the 525 students who attend Anne Chesnutt Middle School on Skibo Road.

One-stop early voting ends Saturday in the elections for Fayetteville mayor and City Council. In Cumberland County, early voting is open only at the Board of Elections Office, 227 Fountainhead Lane.

A virtual career fair will help connect veterans and their spouses with job recruiters seeking military-trained talent on Tuesday. Recruit Military and Disabled American Veterans will sponsor the Southeast Region Virtual Career Fair for Veterans online from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 19.

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 …

Fred LaChance says it’s time “for the average Joe to get out and go walking.” Three-term City Councilman Johnny Dawkins says there’s still work to be done on public safety and infrastructure.

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