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The Auxiliary Services Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education has given its recommendations on the proposed student reassignment plans for students in the T.C. Berrien district while …

Property crimes and overall crimes against people were down last year, Fayetteville Police Chief Gina Hawkins told the City Council on Monday night. Hawkins presented the City Council with crime numbers from the fourth quarter while also sharing six-year trends and how her department got to where it is at this point in time.

Spring Lake receives positive financial report

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen on Monday was given a positive financial report looking at the first seven months of the fiscal year. The report comes as the town starts the budget process for fiscal 2022-23.

Ben Clark files for congressional seat

State Sen. Ben Clark, who played a key role in helping bring more than $400 million to Cumberland County in the state budget, filed Monday for the U.S. House of Representatives, and another challenger filed for a Fayetteville City Council seat.

City Manager Doug Hewett and City Attorney Karen McDonald earned favorable reports Monday night during a closed session with the Fayetteville City Council. The session was a semi-annual …

Fire damages apartment off Owen Drive

Four people were displaced by a fire late Monday afternoon at the Briarwood Apartments off Owen Drive, the Fayetteville Fire Department said. Firefighters from the Fayetteville Fire Department and …

Council to hear from police chief on citywide camera system

Fayetteville Police Chief Gina Hawkins is scheduled to give a citywide camera operating system presentation to the City Council on Monday night. Hawkins is also on the agenda to provide council …

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen on Monday is scheduled to hear an update from the Local Government Commission and discuss the fiscal 2022-23 budget. The board meets at 6 p.m. in the Grady Howard conference room at town hall.

Cumberland renews COVID-19 isolated shelter program

Eligible Cumberland County residents at risk of spreading COVID-19 will be provided isolated shelter for the foreseeable future. The county Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the renewal of the N.C. Non-Congregate Sheltering program on Feb. 21.

You can only imagine the thoughts and emotions running through Billy Starks’ mind Friday as he drove away from Pine Forest Middle School. He surely gave thought to the students and the …

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