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CityView accepting nominations for Community Impact Awards

Do you know someone in our community who quietly goes about helping others? Who gives selflessly and works behind the scenes to improve the lives of those around him or her? It may be a co-worker, a member of your church, or a local business owner.

Residents turned out in large numbers Monday evening to speak in favor of $97 million in bond packages recommended by city administrators that would be put before voters in the November election.

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen heard from the Local Government Commission on the status of the town’s finances and received a public art presentation from the city of …

Fayetteville City Councilman Antonio Jones has requested a recount in the District 3 election in which political newcomer Mario Benavente leads him by only six votes in the latest tally, an elections official said Monday.

SPRING LAKE —The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen on Monday night is expected to receive an update on the town’s finances through June from the Local Government Commission. The Local …

Against the backdrop of mounting evidence that links per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to negative impacts on human health, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) released a study that calls for testing the blood of people with extended exposure to the man-made chemicals.

Dr. Holly Kusel is right where she wants to be. And right where Kusel wants to be is in the Cape Fear Valley Medical Center emergency department helping those who are in a health crisis.

The Fayetteville City Council is holding a public hearing Monday night on a proposed bond package totaling $97 million for public safety, streets and sidewalks and housing. The bond package, which …

In this week’s notebook: Alex McFadyen named Coldwell Banker 30 under 30 award winner, Cape Fear Valley receives stroke treatment award and Cumberland County Schools is recruiting literacy tutors.

City Council takes steps to regulate homeless encampments

The Fayetteville City Council is taking steps to regulate homeless encampments on public property. During a work session this past Monday, the council by a consensus of 8-2 decided to move forward …

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