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The second of two finalists who hope to become the next president of Fayetteville Technical Community College spent 90 minutes answering questions from students and faculty on Wednesday. Pamela Senegal’s Q&A mirrored a similar session with Mark Sorrells, who is currently FTCC’s vice president for academic and student services.

Applications for free and reduced-price meals for students who attend schools that are not eligible for a federal assistance program are due Aug. 22, according to a Cumberland County Schools news …

Fayetteville’s public utility and city government want to do business locally. The Public Works Commission and city officials are reaching out to area businesses through the Industry Day Business Networking forum scheduled Thursday.

Mitch Colvin will place his left hand on his personal Bible on Thursday in taking the oath as Fayetteville’s mayor for a third consecutive term. He describes it as a swearing-in of gratefulness.

Four Cumberland County schools have new principals. The Cumberland County Board of Education approved the recommendations of Superintendent Marvin Connelly Jr. at a meeting Tuesday evening.

City Council tables consideration of Vote Yes initiative

The Fayetteville City Council on Monday tabled consideration of a resolution calling for a special election on Nov. 8 to put the Vote Yes Fayetteville initiative before city voters. Instead, the …

The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded a $283 million contract to widen an eight-mile stretch of Interstate 95 in northern Robeson County. Webber LLC of The Woodlands, Texas, …

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 …

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