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Spring Lake swears in interim town manager

SPRING LAKE - Joe Durham was sworn in as Spring Lake’s interim town manager on Monday night, and the Board of Aldermen also voted to explore a policy change regarding invocations at town …

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen is scheduled to swear in Joe Durham as the interim town manager on Monday at the regularly scheduled board meeting. A discussion about prayer at town meetings, which was pulled from a previous meeting, is also on the agenda. The board meets at 6 p.m. at town hall.

Cumberland County will have seven locations for one-stop early voting ahead of the May 17 primary election, the county Board of Elections said. Early voting starts April 28 and continues through May 14.

SPRING LAKE - The Spring Lake Board of Aldermen took no action Thursday night after meeting in closed session for about 30 minutes, but the mayor did announce a new interim town manager. The board …

The booms are back

People around Fort Bragg can expect to hear some “booms’’ over the next few days as the 10th Marine Regiment returns to the military installation for its semi-annual …

The Spring Lake attorney announced his plans to resign Wednesday, the same day the Local Government Commission held a special meeting in Raleigh to appoint staff to help with the town’s finances.

SPRING LAKE - The town of Spring Lake is without its interim town manager, who was relieved of her duties early after the Office of the State Auditor and the Local Government Commission criticized …

Commission narrows list of names for Fort Bragg, other Army posts

The congressional Naming Commission announced Thursday that it has narrowed its list of potential new names for nine Army installations, including Fort Bragg. The post will no longer be called Fort Bragg, which carries the name of Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg.

SPRING LAKE - Alderman Raul Palacios had just bowed his head for the invocation and asked the Lord to be with the board and those serving in military uniform. “God, we thank you” and …

A former Spring Lake official is accused of using at least $430,112 in town money for her personal use, according to an audit released Thursday by the Office of the State Auditor.  The audit says findings of the investigation are being referred to the FBI and the State Bureau of Investigation “to determine if there is sufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges related to misappropriation of public funds.”

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