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A Fayetteville man has been changed in a fatal stabbing that happened early Thursday on Bayfield Loop. Sharode O’Neal Bradley, 32, of the 400 block of Horseshoe Road, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Alan Joseph Trump, Fayetteville police said in a release.

More than two years after a woman was found dead inside her home, Fayetteville police continue to seek information about the case. Nena Renae Mollison, 49, was found inside her home on Murchison Road on March 2, 2020. Her death was initially reported as suspicious and was later ruled a homicide, police said.

The Local Government Commission has sent a letter to the Spring Lake Board of Aldermen raising concerns about several issues, including the board’s violations of the state’s Open Meetings Law.

HOPE MILLS - A proposed aquatic center for Hope Mills is closer to becoming a reality, the town Board of Commissioners was told this week.

The Chemours chemical company has reached a settlement with the state Department of Environmental Quality that is expected to further limit GenX air emissions, as well as require the company to …

City gathers input for revitalization of Murchison Road corridor

Nicholle Young says she is “just so invested in this area” when she talks about the Murchison Road corridor of Fayetteville. Young, who is 35 and a December graduate of Fayetteville …

Larry Lancaster had the question on his mind that got to the point. When will a multi-purpose event center become a reality? Lancaster joined with fellow members of the Cumberland County Board …

A man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his father following a domestic dispute Monday night, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. Around 10:46 p.m., …

The Fayetteville City Council during a Monday night work session decided by split vote to change its downtown paid parking from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. during special events and baseball …

The Cumberland County commissioners on Monday approved an $82.5 million resolution of intent as part of a capital project budget ordinance for construction of a multi-purpose event center to replace the aging county arena and theater at the Crown Complex by 2025.

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