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In this week’s notebook: Fayetteville State University names two associate vice chancellors and Cumberland County Schools is seeking literacy tutors.

Backpack giveaway set for Monday

Students can get backpacks, school supplies and a hot meal during a drive-thru back-to-school event Monday. Balm in Gilead, in partnership with Cumberland County Schools and the Carolina Panthers, …

Fayetteville could join other cities that allow people to purchase alcoholic beverages from licensed businesses and then walk around within a designated area, in this case downtown. The Cool …

Community Concerts of Fayetteville has lined up legendary soul, country and disco music for its upcoming season of shows. The concerts will feature Earth, Wind & Fire; Alabama; Tracy Lawrence and Clay Walker; and “Direct From Sweden: The Music of Abba,” according to a news release from concert organizers.

Cumberland County Animal Services is waiving adoption fees for all shelter pets next week as part of the national “Clear the Shelters’’campaign. The fees will be waived starting …

You can’t exactly call it a financial windfall. But every dollar counts. Especially when you are overseeing the annual Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. And, not to mention the accompanying fall festival and those spring through summer Fayetteville After Five gatherings at Festival Park.

Detectives with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public for help in finding a car that they say may have been used in a shooting early Tuesday. Deputies were dispatched …

More than 6,000 employees of Cumberland County Schools gathered at the Crown Arena Tuesday morning for a convocation to kick off the 2022-23 school year, according to a news release.

The federal commission responsible for recommending name changes for Department of Defense installations that commemorate the Confederacy estimates it will cost nearly $6.4 million to rename Fort Bragg.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about a phone scam. The callers claim to be members of the Sheriff’s Office or with “court services,’’ the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

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