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HOPE MILLS – A roundabout is coming to a Cumberland County crossroads to improve safety and traffic flow.

Opinion: The N.C. General Assembly is proposing to divert millions of taxpayer dollars, in an arguably unconstitutional manner, away from the public schools and into the hands of private and parochial schools with none of the transparency and accountability required of the public schools.

An 18-year-old woman was shot to death by an 18-year-old man who later died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Fayetteville Police Department. The shooting was reported about 8:15 a.m. Wednesday in the 3700 block of Carlos Avenue, according to a news release. 

Fayetteville police officers cleared by state in death of Jada Johnson

The state will not file criminal charges against the Fayetteville police officers who killed Jada Johnson last summer, the N.C. Department of Justice announced Wednesday. Johnson, 22, was shot 17 times and killed last July.

PWC budget with $5 million in added spending sails to approval

With unanimous approval by the Fayetteville Public Works Commission on Wednesday, the city’s hometown utility has a new budget that totals $428.8 million, more than $5 million above its spending plan last year.

So, there he was, this young Special Forces soldier out of Fort Bragg singing “The Ballad of the Green Berets” on the Ed Sullivan Show on live national television. He was Staff Sgt. …

Loftin’s homer provides lone run for Woodpeckers in loss to Pelicans

Jackson Loftin clubbed his first home run of the season and Trey Dombroski was perfect out of the bullpen, but the Fayetteville Woodpeckers (16-23) were unable to overcome an early 3-run deficit in a …

Fort Bragg continued its observance of All American Week on Tuesday with a memorial ceremony and the 10 Miler, among other activities, according to a report by the Defense Visual Information …

Each year, Cumberland County Schools names a graduating senior at each high school as a Standout Senior. The 17  2023 Standout Seniors  are bright, hard-working students who have overcome the odds to graduate and dedicate themselves to serving their community. Tatyana Younger will graduate from Cumberland Academy Virtual School.

PWC to hold public hearing on next year’s budget, which will increase spending

Fayetteville Public Works Commission customers will have a chance to make their voices heard on their hometown utility’s recommended budget for next year, which totals $428.8 million. That’s $5 million more than the budget approved last year.

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