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Falcons drop state title game to Hickory

Jerry Kramer, the Hall of Fame guard for the great Vince Lombardi Green Bay teams of the 1960s, once wrote that his old Packers didn’t lose, but on a few occasions they ran out of time. …

The following candidates are running for the legislature, the county commission and for District Court judge in Cumberland County 2024 election. The primary is March 5, 2024. The general …

'Hero' Stacey Buckner finds out Sunday whether she's CNN's winner

Stacey Buckner has been recognized both locally and nationally for her "Off-Road Outreach" service to homeless veterans. She was named one of CityView's Community Impact Award winners in November after having previously been named a top-10 finalist for CNN's Heroes award, a prize that focuses on service. On Sunday night, Bucknr will find out if she's the winner: CNN will broadcast a live tribute to the 10 finalists and name the top recipient, who gets $100,000 for their. Buckner's already there, but before departing Fayetteville she spoke with CityView's Bill Horner III about what's in store over the weekend. You’re leaving for New York when?

Jimmy Keefe announces he won't seek reelection

After 15 years on the board, Cumberland County Commissioner Jimmy Keefe announced Friday that he will not seek reelection in 2024.

The Kirby File: Diversity is our strength, mayor says, not our weakness

Mayor Mitch Colvin would begin his fourth term Wednesday night with a pledge to address gun violence as a Fayetteville City Council priority, while reminding us that no matter our ethnicities, our differences or the color of our skin, we are a stronger community when working with one another.

When it comes to talking state football championships at Seventy-First High School, no man has more experience than the guy who won a pair of them for the Falcons, then added another at South View and two more at Asheville Reynolds before retiring.

Spotlight: Lynne Greene makes her debut on city council 

Fresh off a solid victory against Dist. 5 incumbent Johnny Dawkins, in Fayetteville City Council’s most contentious race this election cycle, Councilmember Lynne Greene made her way to the …

In majority vote, city council elects Jensen as mayor pro tem 

At the inauguration ceremony for the Fayetteville City Council, council members elected Councilmember Kathy Jensen — starting her sixth term — to serve as mayor pro tem, or act in Mayor …

Surrounded by loved ones and three young representatives of the future of the city, Councilman Malik Davis was officially sworn in as Dist. 2’s new representative Wednesday night, making him the youngest member of the Fayetteville City Council.

McLaurin, Seventy-First make bid for title against Hickory

Since he took over as Seventy-First head football coach in 2013, Duran McLaurin has consistently turned the Falcons into a winner again. Now he’s one game away from putting the final and most important brick into his impressive structure. On Friday, the Falcons make their first bid for a state 3-A football title under McLaurin as they take on Hickory in the NCHSAA 3-A title game at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 at GoFan.com or digitally at the gate tonight. There will also be a $15 parking fee.   By Earl Vaughan Jr.   Since he took …

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