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2017

June

  1. County Offices Closed July 4 for Independence Day [Friday, June 23, 2017]
  2. Health Departments STD Clinic Complies With State Standards[Thursday, June 22, 2017]
  3. Public Library Hours Change July 1[Thursday, June 22, 2017]
  4. Health Director Wilson Resigns, Deputy Appointed Interim Director[Wednesday, June 21, 2017]
  5. Adult Health Clinic Discontinues Service Under FY2018 Budget[Tuesday, June 20, 2017]
  6. Commissioners Formally Approve FY2018 Budget Ordinance[Tuesday, June 20, 2017]
  7. Dental Clinic Discontinues Service Under FY2018 Budget[Tuesday, June 20, 2017]
  8. Animal Control Officer Treated and Released After Dog Attack [Monday, June 19, 2017]
  9. Board of Elections Voter Registration Drives June 17 and 21[Thursday, June 15, 2017]
  10. Cooperative Extension 4-H Summer Adventures Activities[Thursday, June 15, 2017]
  11. Soil and Water Conservation District Awards Sponsorships[Thursday, June 15, 2017]
  12. Suspected Rabies Case in Bat in Cumberland County [Thursday, June 15, 2017]
  13. Commissioners Approve FY18 Budget with 79.9-cent tax rate [Wednesday, June 14, 2017]
  14. County Appoints New Workforce Development Director[Wednesday, June 14, 2017]
  15. Health Department Breast, Cervical Cancer Program Passes Program Review[Tuesday, June 13, 2017]
  16. Health Department Helps Women Stop Smoking[Tuesday, June 13, 2017]
  17. Institute for Community Leadership Accepting Applications[Monday, June 12, 2017]
  18. Commissioners Approve Naming Courthouse In Honor of Judge [Friday, June 9, 2017]
  19. Animal Control Receives $25,000 Petco Foundation Grant[Wednesday, June 7, 2017]
  20. Health Department Will Close At 3 p.m. on June 16[Tuesday, June 6, 2017]
  21. Retailer Evaluating Workforce in Greater Fayetteville Area for Distribution Center[Tuesday, June 6, 2017]
  22. Community Development Receives $150,000 For Disaster Relief [Monday, June 5, 2017]
  23. Summer Reading Programs to Build a Better World[Thursday, June 1, 2017]

May

  1. County 4-H Youth Compete in 3rd Annual Regional Chicken Show[Wednesday, May 31, 2017]
  2. Animal Control Mails Licensing Citations[Tuesday, May 30, 2017]
  3. County Manager Presents FY2018 Recommended Budget [Thursday, May 25, 2017]
  4. Health Department Hosts Seafood Safety Forum [Thursday, May 25, 2017]
  5. Real Estate Property Tax Appeals Deadline May 31[Wednesday, May 24, 2017]
  6. Cumberland County Memorial Day Closings[Tuesday, May 23, 2017]
  7. Homeless Point-In-Time Count Results Released[Tuesday, May 23, 2017]
  8. Health Department Receives State Reaccreditation[Monday, May 22, 2017]
  9. Environmental Health Director Receives Distinguished Award[Friday, May 19, 2017]
  10. Environmental Health Recognized for Outstanding Public Health [Wednesday, May 17, 2017]
  11. Shelter Dogs Available for Adoption at Pet Fest[Wednesday, May 17, 2017]
  12. County Announces Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Meeting Schedule[Tuesday, May 16, 2017]
  13. Foster Care Awareness Fair May 21 at Cliffdale Library[Tuesday, May 16, 2017]
  14. Health Department Hosts Seafood Safety Forum May 23 [Monday, May 15, 2017]
  15. Hope Mills Library Celebrates 25 Years[Monday, May 15, 2017]
  16. Cumberland Board of Health Elects New Leadership, Adds Member[Friday, May 12, 2017]
  17. Crisis Intervention Aid Available At Russell Street Salvation Army Office[Tuesday, May 9, 2017]
  18. Peace Officer Memorial May 11 at 8 a.m.[Tuesday, May 9, 2017]
  19. E-Waste Paper Shredding Drive May 20 at Courthouse [Monday, May 8, 2017]
  20. Health Department Offers Free Mosquito Insecticide[Monday, May 8, 2017]
  21. Teen Diversion Program Sees Success [Monday, May 8, 2017]
  22. Student Awarded $1,000 Soil and Water Scholarship [Friday, May 5, 2017]
  23. Cooperative Extension Announces May Better Living Workshops[Thursday, May 4, 2017]
  24. Health Department Will Showcase Services At Kidtopia May 6[Thursday, May 4, 2017]
  25. Health Department Selected For CDC Health Associate Program [Wednesday, May 3, 2017]
  26. State Extends Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Deadline [Wednesday, May 3, 2017]
  27. Two Dogs Attack Fayetteville Woman[Tuesday, May 2, 2017]
  28. Military History Exhibit At Headquarters Library[Monday, May 1, 2017]
  29. Shelter Animals Available At PetSmart Adoption Event May 6[Monday, May 1, 2017]

April

  1. Health Department Earns Partner in Prevention Status[Thursday, April 27, 2017]
  2. Residents Invited to Nominate Properties for Appearance Awards[Thursday, April 27, 2017]
  3. County Manager Presents Budget Strategies to Close Funding Gap[Tuesday, April 25, 2017]
  4. Wilkes Road Landfill Open, Back On Regular Schedule[Monday, April 24, 2017]
  5. Health Department Introduces New Community Health Initiative [Friday, April 21, 2017]
  6. Teen Wellness Task Force Will Present Real Talk May 9[Friday, April 21, 2017]
  7. UPDATE - Wilkes Road Landfill Remains Closed Until Further Notice[Thursday, April 20, 2017]
  8. Wilkes Road Landfill Closed Following Fire[Wednesday, April 19, 2017]
  9. Environmental Health Restaurant Inspection Scores on Yelp[Wednesday, April 12, 2017]
  10. Cumberland County Easter Holiday Closings[Tuesday, April 11, 2017]
  11. County Seeking Proposals for Jail Health Program[Monday, April 10, 2017]
  12. Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale April 22 [Friday, April 7, 2017]
  13. Cumberland Celebrates County Government Month in April[Thursday, April 6, 2017]
  14. Sheriff Launches Twitter Account To Communicate and Share Information[Thursday, April 6, 2017]

March

  1. Environmental Health Awarded $3,000 Grant For Training[Friday, March 31, 2017]
  2. Cooperative Extension Announces April Better Living Workshops[Thursday, March 30, 2017]
  3. Health Fair April 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Health Department[Thursday, March 30, 2017]
  4. Animal Shelter Supply Drive April 8 from 1 to 4 p.m.[Wednesday, March 29, 2017]
  5. Nominations Sought for 2017 Cumberland County Agricultural Hall of Fame[Tuesday, March 28, 2017]
  6. County Invites Advisory Boards and Public to Training[Thursday, March 23, 2017]
  7. Operation Medicine Drop March 25 From 9 a.m. To 2 p.m.[Wednesday, March 22, 2017]
  8. Rabies Vaccination Clinics March 28 Through April 20[Friday, March 17, 2017]
  9. Health Department Offers New Evening Clinic Hours[Thursday, March 16, 2017]
  10. Library Hosts N.C. Science Festival April 7 Through 23[Thursday, March 16, 2017]
  11. County Management Changes Announced[Wednesday, March 15, 2017]
  12. County Schedules Resilient Redevelopment Plan Meetings[Tuesday, March 14, 2017]
  13. Health Department Job Fair March 16 [Friday, March 10, 2017]
  14. Library Hosts 8th Annual Cumberland County Storytelling Festival[Friday, March 10, 2017]
  15. Public Invited To Review Community Development Annual Action Plan [Friday, March 10, 2017]
  16. Environmental Health Receives $3,000 Grant To Meet Two Recommended Standards[Monday, March 6, 2017]
  17. Fall Prevention Classes for Older Adults March 7 – April 25[Monday, March 6, 2017]
  18. Commissioners Promote Legislative Priorities At NACo Conference [Friday, March 3, 2017]
  19. Cooperative Extension Announces 2017 Junior Master Gardener Summer Camp[Friday, March 3, 2017]
  20. Low Income Energy Assistance Still Available For Heating Costs[Friday, March 3, 2017]
  21. Tax Administration Accepting Revaluation Formal Appeals[Thursday, March 2, 2017]

February

  1. Cooperative Extension Hosts Couponing and Grocery Saving Workshop March 17[Monday, February 27, 2017]
  2. Health Department Receives Breastfeeding Friendly Awards[Monday, February 27, 2017]
  3. Animal Control Will Hold Livestock Auction March 4 [Friday, February 24, 2017]
  4. County Seeks Public Input for Resilient Redevelopment Plan[Thursday, February 23, 2017]
  5. Cumberland County 4-H Volunteer Receives District Award[Thursday, February 23, 2017]
  6. Cumberland County Sobriety Court Honors Graduates, Participants[Wednesday, February 22, 2017]
  7. Job Fair Runs 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. March 21 at Crown Expo[Tuesday, February 21, 2017]
  8. William “Bill” Tew Receives Order of Long Leaf Pine[Tuesday, February 21, 2017]
  9. Health Department, Schools Notify Parents, Offer Free Testing After Lead Hazards Found at Montclair Elementary School[Friday, February 17, 2017]
  10. Library Holds Fourth Annual Writers Workshop March 4 - 12[Friday, February 17, 2017]
  11. Wild Turkey Hunting Seminar At Cooperative Extension March 15[Friday, February 17, 2017]
  12. Referendum To Promote Horse Industry March 8 At Cooperative Extension[Thursday, February 16, 2017]
  13. Resource Conservation Workshop Open To Students[Thursday, February 16, 2017]
  14. Stream Cleanup, Road Repair Funds Available For Farmland [Wednesday, February 15, 2017]
  15. Community Development Seeking Rehabilitation Contractors[Monday, February 13, 2017]
  16. Health Family Planning Clinic Receives $453,903 Award[Friday, February 10, 2017]
  17. Hurricane Repair Funds Available For Qualified Homeowners [Friday, February 10, 2017]
  18. Senior Employment Program Receives $566,518 Grant[Thursday, February 9, 2017]
  19. UPDATE - Wilkes Road Landfill Opens to Residential Customers Today and Commercial Haulers on Friday [Thursday, February 9, 2017]
  20. Hazard Mitigation Community Meetings Scheduled[Wednesday, February 8, 2017]
  21. Wilkes Road Landfill Closed Until Thursday Afternoon Following Fire[Wednesday, February 8, 2017]
  22. Cooperative Extension Offers February Better Living Workshops[Monday, February 6, 2017]
  23. Library Hosts Valentines Programs In February[Monday, February 6, 2017]
  24. County Tax Revaluation Shows Overall Decrease[Thursday, February 2, 2017]
  25. GIS Data Viewer Upgrade Adds Features, Tax Values[Thursday, February 2, 2017]

January

  1. Corn Growers Association Referendum Feb. 22[Tuesday, January 24, 2017]
  2. Employers Invited To Participate In March 21 Job Fair[Tuesday, January 24, 2017]
  3. County Citizens Academy Accepting Spring Applications[Thursday, January 19, 2017]
  4. Next Steps Teen Symposium Jan. 30 at Cliffdale Recreation Center[Thursday, January 19, 2017]
  5. Taxpayers Reminded of Jan. 31 Listing Deadline[Thursday, January 19, 2017]
  6. Hope Mills Library Scheduled to Reopen at Noon Today[Wednesday, January 11, 2017]
  7. Free Radon Test Kits Available at Health Department[Tuesday, January 10, 2017]
  8. Hope Mills Library Closed for Ongoing Repairs[Tuesday, January 10, 2017]
  9. Hope Mills Library Closed Jan. 10[Tuesday, January 10, 2017]
  10. Storm Debris Pick-Up In Unincorporated Areas Ends Jan. 18[Tuesday, January 10, 2017]
  11. Health Department Offers Flu Shots For Adults And Children[Monday, January 9, 2017]
  12. Hope Mills Branch Library Closed After Water Line Break[Monday, January 9, 2017]
  13. County Offices Closed Jan. 16 For King Holiday[Friday, January 6, 2017]
  14. Emergency Services Urges Public to Prepare for Winter Storm[Friday, January 6, 2017]
  15. Hurricane Recovery Reminders[Friday, January 6, 2017]
  16. Libraries, Solid Waste Sites and Animal Control Closed Saturday[Friday, January 6, 2017]
  17. Tree Seedlings For Sale At Soil and Water Conservation[Friday, January 6, 2017]
  18. Black History Exhibition At Headquarters Library[Wednesday, January 4, 2017]
  19. Commissioners Appoint Wright New Sheriff[Tuesday, January 3, 2017]
  20. Solar Farms Informational Workshop Jan. 18[Tuesday, January 3, 2017]

2016

December

  1. Commissioners Thank Retiring Sheriff, Discuss Transition of Authority Process[Friday, December 30, 2016]
  2. Disaster Repair Grants Available For Qualified Property Owners[Friday, December 30, 2016]
  3. Low Income Energy Assistance Available For Heating Costs[Friday, December 30, 2016]
  4. Storm Debris Pick-Up Resumes Jan. 3[Friday, December 30, 2016]
  5. County New Years Day Closing Schedule[Wednesday, December 28, 2016]
  6. Library Announces Winter Reading And Activity Program[Wednesday, December 28, 2016]
  7. Register of Deeds Office Honors Staff with Memorial Awards [Wednesday, December 28, 2016]
  8. County's District Court Celebrates 50th Anniversary Dec. 21[Tuesday, December 20, 2016]
  9. County Christmas Holiday Closing Schedule[Tuesday, December 20, 2016]
  10. Storm Debris Pick-Up Suspended Monday Due to Weather[Monday, December 19, 2016]
  11. Commissioners Plan to Appoint Sheriff Jan. 3[Friday, December 16, 2016]
  12. Commissioners Sworn In - Adams Appointed Chairman[Friday, December 16, 2016]
  13. Gables Drive Dam Update - Threat Reduced, Operations End[Thursday, December 15, 2016]
  14. Health Department Receives Grant To Conduct Risk-Factor Study[Thursday, December 15, 2016]
  15. Health Director Elected Co-Chair of Child Fatality Task Force[Thursday, December 15, 2016]
  16. County Assists State With Gables Drive Dam Response[Wednesday, December 14, 2016]
  17. Storm Debris Pick-Up Starts Dec. 16 In Unincorporated Areas[Wednesday, December 14, 2016]
  18. Register of Deeds To Hold Inaugural Awards Ceremony Dec. 21 [Tuesday, December 13, 2016]
  19. Cooperative Extension Announces 2017 Better Living Series Workshops[Friday, December 9, 2016]
  20. Training Program Targets Veterans for Pipeline Foreman Jobs[Thursday, December 8, 2016]
  21. Energy Management Training Targets Veterans Media Event on Dec. 8 Spotlights Program[Wednesday, December 7, 2016]
  22. Taxpayers Reminded of Deadline, Listings [Wednesday, December 7, 2016]
  23. Library Recognized By Library Directors Association[Monday, December 5, 2016]
  24. Commissioners Will Be Sworn In Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. [Thursday, December 1, 2016]
  25. County Adopts Shortened Time For Rabies Quarantine [Thursday, December 1, 2016]

November

  1. Low Income Energy Assistance Available Starting Dec. 1[Tuesday, November 29, 2016]
  2. Application Deadline For Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Training Extended[Monday, November 28, 2016]
  3. Cooperative Extension Offers Aquatic Weed Management and Pesticide Safety Workshop[Monday, November 28, 2016]
  4. Library Welcomes New Deputy Director[Monday, November 28, 2016]
  5. Soil and Water Conservation Contests Open To Students[Monday, November 28, 2016]
  6. County Employees Collecting Food Donations[Wednesday, November 23, 2016]
  7. Peak Soil Sample Fee Returns Dec. 1[Wednesday, November 23, 2016]
  8. Community Emergency Response Training Classes Re-Scheduled[Tuesday, November 22, 2016]
  9. Cooperative Extension Offers Nursery and Landscape Pest Management Workshop[Tuesday, November 22, 2016]
  10. Court Ceremony Unites Children, Adoptive Parents[Tuesday, November 22, 2016]
  11. Library Hosts Teen Health Awareness Programs in December[Tuesday, November 22, 2016]
  12. Misdemeanor Diversion Program Holds First Session[Tuesday, November 22, 2016]
  13. County Offices Closed Nov. 24-25 For Thanksgiving[Monday, November 21, 2016]
  14. Debris Pick-Up Preparation in Unincorporated Areas[Friday, November 18, 2016]
  15. Quigley Inducted Into Agricultural Hall of Fame[Friday, November 18, 2016]
  16. Debris Pick-Up Preparation in Unincorporated Areas[Thursday, November 17, 2016]
  17. Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, November 16, 2016]
  18. Electronic Waste Drive Nov. 19 in Courthouse Parking Lot[Tuesday, November 15, 2016]
  19. Groups Invited to Disaster Recovery Meeting on Tuesday[Tuesday, November 15, 2016]
  20. Community Emergency Response Training Offered[Monday, November 14, 2016]
  21. Groups Invited to Disaster Recovery Meeting on Tuesday[Thursday, November 10, 2016]
  22. Community Development Public Meetings in November and December[Wednesday, November 9, 2016]
  23. Cumberland County Offices Closed Nov. 11 Solid Waste Sites Open Reduced Hours[Tuesday, November 8, 2016]
  24. Library System Closed Nov. 18 For Staff Training[Monday, November 7, 2016]
  25. Revaluation Schedules, Standard and Rules Presented Tax Office Asks Residents to Report Storm Damage [Monday, November 7, 2016]
  26. Gathering for Election Results Moves to Crown Ballroom [Friday, November 4, 2016]
  27. Overhills Water and Sewer District Meeting Nov. 10[Thursday, November 3, 2016]
  28. Break-In Reported at Library Polling Site [Wednesday, November 2, 2016]
  29. Rabies Vaccination Clinic Re-Scheduled For Nov. 12[Tuesday, November 1, 2016]

October

  1. County Ends Hurricane Matthew State of Emergency [Monday, October 31, 2016]
  2. Headquarters Library Set to Reopen Monday, Oct. 31 [Monday, October 31, 2016]
  3. Regulations Regarding Storm-Damaged Properties[Friday, October 28, 2016]
  4. Cotton Fire Voting Precinct Moved To Stoney Point[Wednesday, October 26, 2016]
  5. Friends of the Library Urgently Requesting Donations[Wednesday, October 26, 2016]
  6. Cumberland Hires New Solid Waste Management Director [Tuesday, October 25, 2016]
  7. Sheriff Reminds Residents To Follow Halloween Safety Tips[Tuesday, October 25, 2016]
  8. FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Open 7 Days a Week at DSS[Monday, October 24, 2016]
  9. November Cooperative Extension Better Living Series Workshop[Monday, October 24, 2016]
  10. URGENT - Disaster Food Stamps End Wednesday, Oct. 26[Monday, October 24, 2016]
  11. Disaster Food Benefits Offered Saturday through Oct. 26[Friday, October 21, 2016]
  12. FEMA Crews Begin Neighborhood Visits[Friday, October 21, 2016]
  13. FEMA Disaster Assistance Information[Friday, October 21, 2016]
  14. Landfill Extends Fee Waivers Until Oct. 31[Friday, October 21, 2016]
  15. Wells Submerged By Flooding Should Be Disinfected Environmental Health Will Test Water[Friday, October 21, 2016]
  16. Headquarters Library Closure Extended Through Oct. 30[Thursday, October 20, 2016]
  17. Hurricane Matthew Recovery - Community Resource Directory[Wednesday, October 19, 2016]
  18. Commissioners Hold Special Meeting Wednesday on Storm Recovery[Tuesday, October 18, 2016]
  19. Environmental Health Tests Well Water Affected by Floods[Tuesday, October 18, 2016]
  20. Voter Registration Deadline Extended to Oct. 19[Monday, October 17, 2016]
  21. County Transitions to Two Emergency Shelters Today[Sunday, October 16, 2016]
  22. FEMA Teams Arrive - Storm Recovery Update[Saturday, October 15, 2016]
  23. Landfill Waives Fees for Residents through Oct. 22[Friday, October 14, 2016]
  24. 110 remain in Shelters, Last Day for Water Distribution Sites[Thursday, October 13, 2016]
  25. Attorney General Visits Today[Thursday, October 13, 2016]
  26. Cumberland County Death Confirmed to be Storm Related[Wednesday, October 12, 2016]
  27. FEMA Inspectors Start Visits, 1,500 People Go to DSS, New Water Sites on Thursday[Wednesday, October 12, 2016]
  28. Overhills Water & Sewer District Community Meeting Canceled[Wednesday, October 12, 2016]
  29. Water Distribution, Food Stamp Replacement, and More[Wednesday, October 12, 2016]
  30. Additional Person Located, Agriculture Hotline, School Closure[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  31. Donated Goods and Volunteer Management Efforts[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  32. President Declares Major Disaster for Cumberland County, Application Process Outlined[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  33. Replacement Food and Nutrition Benefits Available Starting Wednesday at DSS[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  34. Spring Lake Update, Missing Person Found, Water Available[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  35. Update on Area Utilities[Tuesday, October 11, 2016]
  36. FEMA Website Allows Pre-Application for Assistance[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  37. JIC Media Release - Oct. 10 - 1115[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  38. Rumor of Jordan Lake Dam Release[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  39. Solid Waste Landfill and Container Sites Hours for Tuesday, Oct. 11[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  40. Vass Road Area Residents Alerted to Rising Water[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  41. Water Distribution in Spring Lake[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  42. Water Distribution Locations[Monday, October 10, 2016]
  43. Hurricane Matthew Aftermath - Oct. 9 - 10 am Update [Sunday, October 9, 2016]
  44. JIC Media Release - Oct. 9 - 1215 pm Update[Sunday, October 9, 2016]
  45. Lake Upchurch Dam Approaching Failure - City Issues Curfew[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  46. One Person Missing - JIC Media Release 7 pm[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  47. Out-of-State Water Rescue Team Assisting in Water Rescue Operations[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  48. Possible Dam Failure - JIC Media Release 430 pm[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  49. PWC Addressing Widespread Water Outages[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  50. Roads Closed JIC Media Release Update[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  51. Shelter Update - 275 People Now Housed at Four Facilities[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  52. Storm Update - JIC Media Release 1015[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  53. Storm Update - JIC Media Release 1230 p.m.[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  54. Storm Update - JIC Media Release 330 pm[Saturday, October 8, 2016]
  55. City and County Declare States of Emergency[Friday, October 7, 2016]
  56. Libraries Closed Saturday Due To Inclement Weather[Friday, October 7, 2016]
  57. Solid Waste Landfill, All Container Sites Closed Saturday[Friday, October 7, 2016]
  58. Three Emergency Shelters Will Open at 6 p.m. Friday[Friday, October 7, 2016]
  59. County Monitors Storm, Prepares for Effects[Thursday, October 6, 2016]
  60. Rabies Vaccination Clinic Postponed; Household Hazardous Waste Facility Closed Saturday[Thursday, October 6, 2016]
  61. Cumberland County Urges Weather Preparedness[Wednesday, October 5, 2016]
  62. Fox Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, October 5, 2016]
  63. Tournament Fundraiser Postponed; Date To Be Announced [Tuesday, October 4, 2016]

September

  1. Smith Recreation Center Shelter Closing at 9 p.m.[Friday, September 30, 2016]
  2. Spring Lake Shelter Closes at 5 p.m.[Friday, September 30, 2016]
  3. County Issues State of Emergency, Activates EOC[Thursday, September 29, 2016]
  4. Dams Under Monitoring For Flood Hazards[Thursday, September 29, 2016]
  5. Spring Lake, Smith Recreation Centers Opened As Emergency Shelters[Thursday, September 29, 2016]
  6. Tournament Fundraiser for Youth Gardening Programs Oct. 10 [Wednesday, September 28, 2016]
  7. Cumberland County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Training Opportunities Available[Tuesday, September 27, 2016]
  8. October Cooperative Extension Better Living Series Workshops[Friday, September 23, 2016]
  9. Library Hosts Banned Books Film Festival[Thursday, September 15, 2016]
  10. Memorial Program Oct 1 Honors Emergency Services Workers[Thursday, September 15, 2016]
  11. One-Stop Early Voting Runs Oct. 20-Nov. 5[Thursday, September 15, 2016]
  12. Rabies Vaccination Clinic Oct. 8 At Health Department[Thursday, September 15, 2016]
  13. Vendors May Sign Up For County Employee Wellness Fair[Thursday, September 15, 2016]
  14. Remember My Name Domestic Violence Vigil Sept. 23[Wednesday, September 14, 2016]
  15. Job Fair Set for Sept. 21 at Headquarters Library[Tuesday, September 13, 2016]
  16. Cumberland County Fair Sept. 9 – 18 at Crown Complex[Friday, September 9, 2016]
  17. County Honored For Excellence in Financial Reporting[Wednesday, September 7, 2016]
  18. County Promotes September as Preparedness Month[Tuesday, September 6, 2016]
  19. 2016 Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championship[Thursday, September 1, 2016]
  20. Cooperative Extension Better Living Series September Workshops[Thursday, September 1, 2016]
  21. County Announces Misdemeanor Diversion Program [Thursday, September 1, 2016]
  22. County Offices Closed Sept. 5 for Labor Day[Thursday, September 1, 2016]

August

  1. Beginning Beekeeping Course Starts Sept. 29[Wednesday, August 31, 2016]
  2. Nickels for Know-How Referendum Nov. 1[Wednesday, August 31, 2016]
  3. Second Round of University of Mount Olive AgPrime Grant Opportunities Available For Individual Farm Operations [Tuesday, August 30, 2016]
  4. Press Conference Thursday, Sept. 1, Highlights Start of Countys Misdemeanor Diversion Program [Monday, August 29, 2016]
  5. Linden Little River Park Opens[Friday, August 26, 2016]
  6. Proposed Southeast Land Use Plan Public Hearing Sept. 19[Wednesday, August 24, 2016]
  7. Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Association Fall Plant Sale Sept. 24[Tuesday, August 23, 2016]
  8. Health Department, Schools Notify Parents, Offer Free Testing After Lead Hazards Found on School Exterior[Thursday, August 18, 2016]
  9. Health Department, Schools Notify Parents, Offer Free Testing After Lead Hazards Found on School Exterior[Thursday, August 18, 2016]
  10. Linden Little River Park Dedication Aug. 26 [Wednesday, August 17, 2016]
  11. Youth 4-H Member Represents Cumberland at NCACC Conference[Wednesday, August 17, 2016]
  12. Commissioner Edge Inducted into NCACC Hall of Fame[Monday, August 15, 2016]
  13. Council Receives Outstanding County Commissioner Award [Monday, August 15, 2016]
  14. Evans Elected Second VP of State Organization[Monday, August 15, 2016]
  15. Faircloth Elected NCACC District 6 Director[Monday, August 15, 2016]
  16. Rabid Raccoon Reported In Cumberland County [Wednesday, August 10, 2016]
  17. Friends of the Library Book Sales Aug. 9 13[Thursday, August 4, 2016]
  18. Friends of the Library Book Sales August 9 & 13[Thursday, August 4, 2016]
  19. Library Offers Job and Career Training[Wednesday, August 3, 2016]
  20. Crisis Intervention Team Academy Graduates 27[Tuesday, August 2, 2016]
  21. Youth Complete County Government Summer Program[Tuesday, August 2, 2016]

July

  1. Cooperative Extension Better Living Series Offers Plant Propagation Workshop[Wednesday, July 27, 2016]
  2. Cumberland Receives Honor as Innovative Digital County[Friday, July 22, 2016]
  3. Overhills Park Sewer Project Set to Move Forward [Friday, July 22, 2016]
  4. Soil and Water Conservation District Awards Sponsorships[Tuesday, July 12, 2016]
  5. Crisis Intervention Funds Available for Energy Cooling Needs[Monday, July 11, 2016]
  6. City and CountyWorking To Ensure Deployed Military Are Counted Locally In The 2020 Census[Friday, July 8, 2016]
  7. Cat Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County [Thursday, July 7, 2016]

June

  1. Walk-In Kindergarten Physicals Available 2nd 4th Tuesdays[Thursday, June 30, 2016]
  2. County Offices Closed July 4 for Independence Day[Wednesday, June 29, 2016]
  3. Public Safety, Mental Health Professionals Receive Crisis Intervention Team Honors[Wednesday, June 29, 2016]
  4. Wilson Confirmed as Member of N.C. Institute of Medicine[Wednesday, June 29, 2016]
  5. Register of Deeds Office Collects School Supplies For Homeless Children[Tuesday, June 28, 2016]
  6. Youth Complete In 2nd Annual Regional Chicken Show[Tuesday, June 28, 2016]
  7. Cooperative Extension Announces July Better Living Workshops[Friday, June 24, 2016]
  8. Cooperative Extension Invites Youth To Apply For County Government Tour July 25-29[Friday, June 24, 2016]
  9. DSS Opens Lobby To Public On Heat Advisory Days[Friday, June 24, 2016]
  10. Guidance for Bear and Wildlife Sightings in Residential Areas [Friday, June 24, 2016]
  11. Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County[Friday, June 24, 2016]
  12. Cumberland County Seeks Bond Counsel [Wednesday, June 22, 2016]
  13. Soil and Water Conservation District Tree Seedling Sale[Wednesday, June 22, 2016]
  14. Animal Control Seeks Information in Cruelty Case[Wednesday, June 15, 2016]
  15. County Commissioners Approve FY2017 Budget [Monday, June 13, 2016]
  16. Institute for Community Leadership Accepting Applications[Thursday, June 9, 2016]
  17. Workforce Development Honors Clients, Partners[Thursday, June 9, 2016]
  18. Program Provides Two Health Educators to Help Reduce Teen Pregnancy Rate[Tuesday, June 7, 2016]
  19. Workforce Development Hosts Awards Luncheon on Wednesday[Monday, June 6, 2016]
  20. Library Offers Summer Reading Program June 1 Through Aug. 15[Thursday, June 2, 2016]
  21. Cooperative Extension Announces June Better Living Workshops[Wednesday, June 1, 2016]

May

  1. Animal Shelter Supply Drive Results In Donations, Adoptions[Tuesday, May 31, 2016]
  2. Public Health Partnership Receives $1.5 Million Grant To Improve Infant and Childrens Health [Tuesday, May 31, 2016]
  3. Cooperative Extension Announces 4-H Youth Development Summer Adventures[Thursday, May 26, 2016]
  4. County Manager Presents FY2017 Recommended Budget [Thursday, May 26, 2016]
  5. One-Stop Early Voting Runs May 26 - June 4[Thursday, May 26, 2016]
  6. Cumberland County Memorial Day Closings[Wednesday, May 25, 2016]
  7. Junior Master Gardener Summer Camp Accepting Applications[Wednesday, May 25, 2016]
  8. County Observes Hurricane Preparedness Week May 15-21[Tuesday, May 17, 2016]
  9. Schedule Announced for County FY2017 Budget Meetings[Tuesday, May 17, 2016]
  10. Health Department Receives $20,000 for Maternal and Child Health Initiative [Friday, May 13, 2016]
  11. Job and Community Resource Meeting Targets Offenders[Tuesday, May 10, 2016]
  12. Cumberland Partners In Mosquito Surveillance Program [Friday, May 6, 2016]
  13. Volunteer Group Holds Animal Shelter Supply Drive May 7[Thursday, May 5, 2016]
  14. Health Opinion Survey Seeks Public Input[Wednesday, May 4, 2016]
  15. Senior Health Fair May 18 at Social Services[Monday, May 2, 2016]

April

  1. Health Department Provides Kindergarten Physicals [Friday, April 29, 2016]
  2. Teen Wellness Task Force Will Present Real Talk May 3[Wednesday, April 27, 2016]
  3. Residents Invited to Nominate Properties for Appearance Awards[Thursday, April 21, 2016]
  4. Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale April 30 [Wednesday, April 20, 2016]
  5. Public Health Information Fair April 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.[Wednesday, April 20, 2016]
  6. Residents Invited to Nominate Properties for Appearance Awards[Wednesday, April 20, 2016]
  7. Wilson Elected to Alliance of Public Health Agencies Board[Tuesday, April 19, 2016]
  8. Cooperative Extension Offers May Better Living Workshops[Monday, April 18, 2016]
  9. Cumberland Outstanding Board of Health of the Year[Monday, April 18, 2016]
  10. Health Employees Receive Public Health Awards[Monday, April 18, 2016]
  11. Real Estate Property Tax Appeals Deadline May 26[Tuesday, April 12, 2016]
  12. April Videos Highlight County News and Programs[Friday, April 8, 2016]
  13. Emergency Services Offers 911 Call Center Tours By Appointment [Thursday, April 7, 2016]
  14. Fair Housing Workshop April 26 at DSS [Thursday, April 7, 2016]
  15. Health Department Receives $16,000 Oral Health Grant [Tuesday, April 5, 2016]
  16. Nominations Sought for 2016 Cumberland County Agricultural Hall of Fame[Friday, April 1, 2016]

March

  1. Cooperative Extension Announces April Better Living Workshops[Wednesday, March 30, 2016]
  2. Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County [Tuesday, March 29, 2016]
  3. Cotton Producers Referendum April 1 At Cooperative Extension[Monday, March 28, 2016]
  4. Bat Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County[Tuesday, March 22, 2016]
  5. Cumberland County Easter Holiday Closings[Tuesday, March 22, 2016]
  6. Operation Medicine Drop March 23 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.[Monday, March 21, 2016]
  7. Better Living Series Registration Revised [Thursday, March 17, 2016]
  8. AgPrime Grant Opportunity Available For Individual Farm Operations [Tuesday, March 15, 2016]
  9. E-Waste Drive and Shred Event[Tuesday, March 15, 2016]
  10. Gathering for Primary Election Results Moves to DSS [Friday, March 11, 2016]
  11. Low Income Energy Assistance Available Through March 31[Wednesday, March 9, 2016]
  12. Rabies Vaccination Clinics March 29 Through April 21[Wednesday, March 9, 2016]
  13. Videos Highlight County News and Programs[Tuesday, March 8, 2016]
  14. Commissioners Support Citys Parks Bond and Connect NC[Monday, March 7, 2016]
  15. Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 6-12[Monday, March 7, 2016]
  16. Extension Director, Livestock Agent Receive Statewide Awards[Thursday, March 3, 2016]

February

  1. Cumberland County, Fort Bragg partner for animal control on post[Friday, February 26, 2016]
  2. FAMPO Seeks Public Input on Transportation Projects[Friday, February 26, 2016]
  3. Job Fair Runs 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. March 23 at Crown Expo[Friday, February 26, 2016]
  4. One-Stop Early Voting Runs March 3-12[Friday, February 26, 2016]
  5. Court System Closing at 1 p.m. Feb. 24[Wednesday, February 24, 2016]
  6. County Citizens Academy Accepting Spring Applications [Monday, February 22, 2016]
  7. Board of Elections Reminds Voters of Registration Deadline[Monday, February 15, 2016]
  8. Animal Control Adoption Event Feb. 13-14 At Petsmart[Friday, February 12, 2016]
  9. Better Living Series March 2016 Workshops[Friday, February 12, 2016]
  10. Health Department Receives $300,000 Grant For Adolescent Parenting Program Services[Wednesday, February 10, 2016]
  11. February Videos Highlight County News and Programs[Tuesday, February 9, 2016]
  12. Friends of the Library Book Sales February 16 20 [Friday, February 5, 2016]
  13. Wildlife Commission Offers Free Turkey Hunting Seminars[Thursday, February 4, 2016]
  14. Public Health Childrens Dental Clinic Receives $2,000 Grant[Wednesday, February 3, 2016]
  15. Health Department Receives Grant To Develop Training Manual[Tuesday, February 2, 2016]

January

  1. Library Programs Celebrate Black History Month[Friday, January 29, 2016]
  2. Animal Control Receives $5,843 ASPCA Grant [Thursday, January 28, 2016]
  3. Employers Invited To Participate In March 23 Job Fair[Thursday, January 28, 2016]
  4. Better Living Series February Workshops[Tuesday, January 26, 2016]
  5. Cost Share Program Rewards Water Quality Protection[Tuesday, January 26, 2016]
  6. Homeless Point-in-Time Count Will Be Held Jan. 27-28[Tuesday, January 26, 2016]
  7. Landfill Waives Storm Debris Fees Until Jan. 29 at Wilkes Road Site[Tuesday, January 26, 2016]
  8. Landfill Waives Storm Debris Fees Until Jan. 30 at Wilkes Road Site[Tuesday, January 26, 2016]
  9. Taxpayers Reminded of Feb. 1 Listing Deadline[Monday, January 25, 2016]
  10. Libraries, Solid Waste Sites and Animal Shelter Closed[Saturday, January 23, 2016]
  11. County Offices and Court System Closed Jan. 22[Friday, January 22, 2016]
  12. Delayed Openings on Saturday, Jan. 23[Friday, January 22, 2016]
  13. County Offices Open at 10 a.m. Friday, Court System Closed [Thursday, January 21, 2016]
  14. Crisis Intervention Funds Available for Heating Crisis[Thursday, January 21, 2016]
  15. Rabies Confirmed in Cumberland County Cat [Wednesday, January 20, 2016]
  16. Community Development Public Meetings In January, February[Tuesday, January 19, 2016]
  17. Register of Deeds Office Closed[Tuesday, January 19, 2016]
  18. Scholarships Available For Children Of Veterans[Tuesday, January 19, 2016]
  19. County Offices Closed Jan. 18 For King Holiday[Thursday, January 14, 2016]
  20. Feedback Sought on Draft Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan [Thursday, January 14, 2016]
  21. Become a Guardian ad Litem Volunteer[Wednesday, January 13, 2016]
  22. Former Shelter Dog Up For Best Rescue Award On TV Show[Thursday, January 7, 2016]
  23. Free Radon Test Kits Available at Health Department[Monday, January 4, 2016]
  24. Taxpayers Reminded of Exclusion and Deferment Programs[Monday, January 4, 2016]

2015

December

  1. Health Department Receives $20,000 Grant To Improve Foodborne Illness Investigations[Wednesday, December 30, 2015]
  2. Health Department Offers Smoking Cessation Classes[Tuesday, December 29, 2015]
  3. County New Years Day Closing Schedule[Monday, December 28, 2015]
  4. Public Invited To Review Regional Hazard Mitigation Report Jan. 6[Tuesday, December 22, 2015]
  5. Solid Waste Director Howard to Retire Dec. 31[Tuesday, December 22, 2015]
  6. Assistant Register of Deeds Receives Order of Long Leaf Pine[Monday, December 21, 2015]
  7. County Christmas Holiday Closing Schedule[Thursday, December 17, 2015]
  8. Health Department Receives $3,000 Inspector Training Grant [Wednesday, December 16, 2015]
  9. Soil and Water Conservation Contests Open To Students[Wednesday, December 16, 2015]
  10. Better Living Series January Workshops[Tuesday, December 15, 2015]
  11. Animal Control Advises Caution When Giving Pets As Gifts[Thursday, December 10, 2015]
  12. Jury Upholds Animal Cruelty Conviction[Wednesday, December 9, 2015]
  13. Board of Elections Seeks March Primary Poll Workers [Tuesday, December 8, 2015]
  14. County Employee Wins Statewide Photography Award[Tuesday, December 8, 2015]
  15. Industries Learn About Local Emergency Planning Committee [Tuesday, December 8, 2015]
  16. Videos Highlight Several County Programs[Tuesday, December 8, 2015]
  17. Commissioners Elect Faircloth Chairman, Adams Vice Chairman [Monday, December 7, 2015]
  18. Library Winter Reading Program[Wednesday, December 2, 2015]
  19. All Library Locations Closed Dec. 11 For Staff Training[Tuesday, December 1, 2015]
  20. Taxpayers Reminded of Deadline, Listings[Tuesday, December 1, 2015]

November

  1. Downtown March Highlights World AIDS Day on Dec. 1[Monday, November 30, 2015]
  2. Court Ceremony Unites Children, Adoptive Parents[Wednesday, November 25, 2015]
  3. Pesticide Collection Day Dec. 16 At Cooperative Extension[Wednesday, November 25, 2015]
  4. County Offices Closed Nov. 26-27 For Thanksgiving[Tuesday, November 24, 2015]
  5. Agricultural Hall of Fame Members Inducted; Young Farmer of the Year Recognized[Monday, November 23, 2015]
  6. Low Income Energy Assistance Available Starting Dec. 1[Monday, November 23, 2015]
  7. Cumberland 4-H Youth Delegate Attends NCACC[Wednesday, November 18, 2015]
  8. Public Hearing on Early Voting is Nov. 19 at 4 p.m. [Wednesday, November 18, 2015]
  9. City and County Host Environmental Services Solid Waste Facebook Town Hall Nov. 23[Tuesday, November 17, 2015]
  10. County Employees Collecting Food Donations [Tuesday, November 17, 2015]
  11. Cumberland County Offices Closed Nov. 11 For Veterans Day[Monday, November 9, 2015]
  12. Bragg Estates Water and Sewer District Meeting Dec. 1[Friday, November 6, 2015]
  13. Electronic Waste Drive Nov. 14 in Courthouse Parking Lot[Friday, November 6, 2015]
  14. Fire Departments Use New Dispatch Technology[Friday, November 6, 2015]
  15. Social Services Wins Four Best Practice Awards[Monday, November 2, 2015]

October

  1. Cooperative Extension Offers November Better Living Workshops[Wednesday, October 28, 2015]
  2. Cooperative Extension Receives Award For Military Outreach[Wednesday, October 28, 2015]
  3. Crown Complex Receives Clean Audit[Wednesday, October 28, 2015]
  4. Deputy Health Director Named Bernstein Leadership Fellow[Tuesday, October 27, 2015]
  5. Calls About Polling Site Changes Not From Board of Elections[Monday, October 26, 2015]
  6. Sheriff Announces Voluntary Halloween Curfew [Monday, October 26, 2015]
  7. Early Voting For Municipal Election Begins Oct. 22[Thursday, October 22, 2015]
  8. City and County Seek Citizens for Economic Development Board[Tuesday, October 20, 2015]
  9. Remember My Name Domestic Violence Vigil Oct. 23[Monday, October 19, 2015]
  10. Courthouse Offers Free Wi-Fi Beginning Oct. 19[Friday, October 16, 2015]
  11. Health Department Offers Flu Shots For Adults And Children[Monday, October 12, 2015]
  12. Cooperative Extension Offers Fall Beginning Beekeeping Course[Wednesday, October 7, 2015]
  13. Emergency Service Workers Memorial Program Oct. 10[Wednesday, October 7, 2015]
  14. Glenville Dam Leak Prompts Notifications[Monday, October 5, 2015]
  15. Glenville Dam Update Water Level Down[Monday, October 5, 2015]
  16. Cooperative Extension Accepting Applications For 2016 Master Gardener Volunteer Training[Friday, October 2, 2015]
  17. Cooperative Extension Better Living Series October Workshops[Friday, October 2, 2015]
  18. Early Voting Ends Saturday, Polls Open at 630 a.m. Tuesday[Friday, October 2, 2015]
  19. Health Department Holds Rabies Vaccination Clinic Oct. 10[Friday, October 2, 2015]

September

  1. Backyard Poultry Small Flock Registration[Wednesday, September 30, 2015]
  2. Sewer Smoke Testing Oct. 6 - 27 In Kelly HillsSlocomb Area[Wednesday, September 30, 2015]
  3. Council Receives State Association Member of Year Award[Thursday, September 24, 2015]
  4. Register of Deeds Employee Receives Statewide Award[Tuesday, September 22, 2015]
  5. Senior Employee Program Recognizes Participants[Tuesday, September 22, 2015]
  6. Bat Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County [Thursday, September 17, 2015]
  7. Citizens Needed for Hazard Planning Committee[Wednesday, September 16, 2015]
  8. Tobacco Research Referendum For Cumberland County Growers Nov. 19[Wednesday, September 16, 2015]
  9. Emergency Services Observes September As Preparedness Month[Monday, September 14, 2015]
  10. County 4-H Youth Visit State Museum Soil Exhibit [Friday, September 11, 2015]
  11. Health Department Receives $350,000 FDA Food Safety Grant[Friday, September 11, 2015]
  12. Cooperative Extension Announces September Better Living Series Workshops[Thursday, September 10, 2015]
  13. Board of Elections Reminds Citizens of Voting Deadlines[Wednesday, September 9, 2015]
  14. Cumberland County Fair Sept. 11 - 20[Wednesday, September 9, 2015]
  15. Vendors Invited to Participate in County Employee Wellness Fair[Wednesday, September 9, 2015]
  16. County Government Offices Closed for Labor Day[Thursday, September 3, 2015]
  17. Bladen Cumberland Counties Hold Successful Haz-Mat Exercise[Wednesday, September 2, 2015]

August

  1. Avian Influenza Informational Meetings[Thursday, August 27, 2015]
  2. Bladen Cumberland Counties To Hold Full-Scale Exercise Aug 29[Thursday, August 27, 2015]
  3. Board of Elections Director Achieves Professional Designation[Thursday, August 27, 2015]
  4. Headquarters Library to Hold Family History Day, Networking Event[Thursday, August 27, 2015]
  5. Rabies Vaccination Clinic Oct. 10 At Health Department[Thursday, August 27, 2015]
  6. County Honored For Excellence in Financial Reporting[Tuesday, August 18, 2015]
  7. Register of Deeds Office Will Donate Book Bags Aug. 18[Monday, August 17, 2015]
  8. Bat Tests Positive For Rabies in Cumberland County [Friday, August 14, 2015]
  9. Linden Little River Park Groundbreaking Aug 14 [Monday, August 10, 2015]
  10. Joint Appearance Commission Recognizes Properties[Friday, August 7, 2015]
  11. Crisis Intervention Funds Available for Energy Needs[Tuesday, August 4, 2015]
  12. Open Carry of Firearms Prohibited on County Property[Tuesday, August 4, 2015]
  13. North Regional Branch Library Closed Aug. 3[Monday, August 3, 2015]

July

  1. County Citizens Academy Accepting Fall Applications [Thursday, July 30, 2015]
  2. Health Department Offers Free Baby Parenting Classes[Wednesday, July 29, 2015]
  3. August Better Living Series Workshop[Thursday, July 23, 2015]
  4. Health Department Offers Required Immunizations and Physicals For School Children[Thursday, July 23, 2015]
  5. Front Courthouse Parking Lot and Dick Street Closed July 10-12[Thursday, July 9, 2015]
  6. Eastern Equine Encephalitis Confirmed in Cumberland Horse[Wednesday, July 8, 2015]
  7. Register of Deeds Office Collects School Supplies For Homeless Children[Monday, July 6, 2015]
  8. Cooperative Extension Announces July Better Living Series Workshops[Wednesday, July 1, 2015]
  9. Municipal Elections Filing Period Runs July 6-17[Wednesday, July 1, 2015]
  10. Suspected Rabies Reported in Cumberland County Bat [Wednesday, July 1, 2015]

June

  1. Cumberland County Reports Positive Rabies Case In Raccoon[Tuesday, June 30, 2015]
  2. County Offices Closed July 3 For Independence Holiday[Monday, June 29, 2015]
  3. March of Dimes Donates $3,000 To Health Department[Friday, June 26, 2015]
  4. Soil and Water Conservation District Awards Scholarships[Friday, June 26, 2015]
  5. DSS Receives 1,500 Donation For CARE Center[Tuesday, June 23, 2015]
  6. Soil and Water Conservation District Tree Seedling Sale[Tuesday, June 23, 2015]
  7. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County Bat[Tuesday, June 23, 2015]
  8. Suspected Rabies Reported in Second Bat [Tuesday, June 23, 2015]
  9. Engineering Infrastructure Director to Chair National Committee[Monday, June 22, 2015]
  10. Cooperative Extension Invites Youth To Apply For County Government Tour July 27-31[Wednesday, June 17, 2015]
  11. DSS Opens Lobby To Public On Heat Advisory Days[Tuesday, June 16, 2015]
  12. Institute for Community Leadership Accepting Applications[Tuesday, June 16, 2015]
  13. Cost Share Program Rewards Water Quality Protection[Monday, June 15, 2015]
  14. Animal Shelter Observes Just One Day June 11[Wednesday, June 10, 2015]
  15. Public Invited To Hazard Mitigation Meeting June 16[Wednesday, June 10, 2015]
  16. Commissioners Approve FY2016 Budget[Monday, June 8, 2015]
  17. Cooperative Extension Creative Culinary Kids Workshop[Wednesday, June 3, 2015]
  18. Proposed South Central Land Use Plan Public Hearing June 15[Tuesday, June 2, 2015]

May

  1. Cooperative Extension Announces June Better Living Workshops[Friday, May 29, 2015]
  2. Voter ID Public Comment Hearing June 12 from 5 - 7 p.m.[Thursday, May 28, 2015]
  3. County Manager Presents FY2016 Recommended Budget[Tuesday, May 26, 2015]
  4. Cumberland County Memorial Day Closings[Thursday, May 21, 2015]
  5. Real Estate Property Tax Appeals Deadline Is May 28[Wednesday, May 20, 2015]
  6. County Observes Hurricane Preparedness Week May 24-30[Tuesday, May 19, 2015]
  7. Fox Tests Positive For Rabies After Approaching Two People[Friday, May 15, 2015]
  8. Nominations Sought for 2015 Agricultural Hall of Fame[Friday, May 15, 2015]
  9. City and County Discuss Homelessness Initiatives[Thursday, May 14, 2015]
  10. Project Homeless Connect Seeks Donations, Volunteers for May 28[Wednesday, May 13, 2015]
  11. City and County Meet May 14 to Discuss Homelessness[Friday, May 8, 2015]
  12. Emergency Services Receives Pet Disaster Relief Trailer May 10[Wednesday, May 6, 2015]
  13. Proposed South Central Land Use Plan Public Hearing May 19[Wednesday, May 6, 2015]
  14. QuitlineNC Program Helps Pregnant Women Quit Tobacco[Wednesday, May 6, 2015]
  15. All Library Branches Closed Friday Morning for Staff Development[Tuesday, May 5, 2015]
  16. Cumberland County Reports Positive Rabies Case [Tuesday, May 5, 2015]
  17. Fifth Annual Electronic Waste Drive May 16[Tuesday, May 5, 2015]
  18. Peace Officer Memorial May 7[Tuesday, May 5, 2015]
  19. Schedule Announced for County FY2016 Budget Meetings[Tuesday, May 5, 2015]
  20. Cliffdale Regional Branch To Host Foster Care Awareness Fair May 16[Monday, May 4, 2015]
  21. Council Receives N.C. Hospital Association Trustee Award[Monday, May 4, 2015]
  22. County Adds $500 Fine For Dog Bites[Monday, May 4, 2015]
  23. May Better Living Series Classes At Cooperative Extension[Friday, May 1, 2015]
  24. Senior Health Fair May 20 at DSS[Friday, May 1, 2015]

April

  1. DSS Hires New Deputy Director[Thursday, April 30, 2015]
  2. Nominations Being Accepted For Appearance Awards[Tuesday, April 28, 2015]
  3. Teen Wellness Task Force Will Present Real Talk May 7[Tuesday, April 28, 2015]
  4. Health Department Offers Free Mosquito Insecticide[Wednesday, April 22, 2015]
  5. Health Department Provides Kindergarten Physicals[Tuesday, April 21, 2015]
  6. Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale May 9[Monday, April 20, 2015]
  7. Students Participate In Environmental Science Competition[Friday, April 17, 2015]
  8. Vendors Invited To Participate In Senior Health Fair May 20[Friday, April 17, 2015]
  9. Community Development Hosts Fair Housing Workshop April 30[Thursday, April 9, 2015]
  10. Bordeaux Branch Library Reopens Wednesday, April 8[Tuesday, April 7, 2015]
  11. Bordeaux Branch Library Closed Until Further Notice [Monday, April 6, 2015]
  12. Better Living Series April Workshops Offered In April[Thursday, April 2, 2015]
  13. Board of Elections Public Hearing April 9 For Polling Site Changes[Thursday, April 2, 2015]

March

  1. Cumberland County Easter Holiday Closings[Tuesday, March 31, 2015]
  2. Public Invited To Tour 911 Call Center By Appointment April 13-17[Tuesday, March 31, 2015]
  3. Alliance Awarded Grant for Jail Diversion Program[Wednesday, March 25, 2015]
  4. Department of Health To Host Information Fair April 8[Wednesday, March 25, 2015]
  5. Rabies Confirmed in Fox[Saturday, March 21, 2015]
  6. Potential Rabies Exposure after Fox Bites Child[Friday, March 20, 2015]
  7. County, Fort Bragg Renew Army Community Covenant[Thursday, March 19, 2015]
  8. Wilson Elected President of N.C. Health Directors Association[Thursday, March 19, 2015]
  9. Commissioners Appoint New Tax Administrator[Monday, March 16, 2015]
  10. Suspected Rabies Case in Cumberland County Raccoon[Friday, March 13, 2015]
  11. Operation Medicine Drop March 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.[Tuesday, March 10, 2015]
  12. Rabies Vaccination Clinics March 31 - April 23[Tuesday, March 10, 2015]
  13. Emergency Services Observes Severe Weather Preparedness Week[Wednesday, March 4, 2015]
  14. Cumberland Names Jackson New Assistant County Manager [Monday, March 2, 2015]

February

  1. Job Seekers Invited To March To Work Job Fair March 10[Friday, February 27, 2015]
  2. March Better Living Series Classes Offered[Thursday, February 26, 2015]
  3. County Offices and Courts Closed Feb. 24[Tuesday, February 24, 2015]
  4. County Offices and Courts Opening At 10 a.m. Feb. 25[Tuesday, February 24, 2015]
  5. County Citizens Academy Accepting Spring 2015 Applications[Friday, February 20, 2015]
  6. Low Income Energy Assistance Still Available[Friday, February 20, 2015]
  7. County Worker Receives Exceptional Employee Award[Thursday, February 19, 2015]
  8. National Women and Girls HIVAIDS Awareness Day Event March 10[Thursday, February 19, 2015]
  9. County Offices and Courts Open at 10 a.m. Feb. 18[Tuesday, February 17, 2015]
  10. County Offices Open at 11 a.m, Courts Are Closed Today Feb. 17[Tuesday, February 17, 2015]
  11. UPDATE County Offices and Courts Closed Feb. 17[Tuesday, February 17, 2015]
  12. Citizens Encouraged To Provide Input For Community Development Consolidated Plan[Friday, February 13, 2015]
  13. Governor Appoints Environmental Health Director To Board Of Environmental Health Specialist Examiners[Friday, February 13, 2015]
  14. Beef Quality Assurance Certification Class[Thursday, February 12, 2015]
  15. Cooperative Extension Announces Better Living Series Educational Classes[Thursday, February 12, 2015]
  16. County Manager Announces Leadership Team Changes[Wednesday, February 11, 2015]
  17. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Friday, February 6, 2015]
  18. Cooperative Extension To Host Backyard Poultry Class March 4[Thursday, February 5, 2015]
  19. Job Fair Set For March 18 At Headquarters Library[Tuesday, February 3, 2015]
  20. Prepare For March Library Job Fair With Job Search Boot Camp[Monday, February 2, 2015]
  21. Register of Deeds Offers Instant Land Records Recording[Monday, February 2, 2015]

January

  1. Taxpayers Reminded of Feb. 2 Listing Deadline [Friday, January 30, 2015]
  2. Nominations Sought For North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association Scholarship[Thursday, January 29, 2015]
  3. Joint Public Hearing on Sanderson Farms Incentives Feb. 2[Wednesday, January 28, 2015]
  4. Public Safety, Health, Court Professionals Receive Crisis Intervention Team Honors[Wednesday, January 28, 2015]
  5. Start Tax Preparations With Your Librarys Help[Wednesday, January 28, 2015]
  6. Community Development To Hold Public Meetings In February and March[Monday, January 26, 2015]
  7. Confirmed Rabies Case in Cumberland County[Saturday, January 24, 2015]
  8. Employers Invited To Participate In March 10 Job Fair[Thursday, January 22, 2015]
  9. Cumberland DSS Will Be Adviser for Child Trafficking Study[Tuesday, January 20, 2015]
  10. North Regional Branch Hosts Community Conversation on Juvenile Justice[Tuesday, January 20, 2015]
  11. County Offices Closed Jan. 19 For King Holiday[Tuesday, January 13, 2015]
  12. Animal Control Seeks Publics Help in Cruelty Case[Wednesday, January 7, 2015]
  13. Board of Elections Updating Voter Rolls[Wednesday, January 7, 2015]

2014

December

  1. County New Years Day Closing Schedule[Monday, December 29, 2014]
  2. County Christmas Holiday Closing Schedule[Friday, December 19, 2014]
  3. Scholarships Available For Children Of Veterans[Friday, December 19, 2014]
  4. Social Services Wins Best Practice Award[Friday, December 19, 2014]
  5. Taxpayers Reminded of Deadline, Office Closings[Friday, December 19, 2014]
  6. Health Department Receives $12,000 In Grants To Train Staff And Enhance Environmental Health Inspection Standards[Thursday, December 18, 2014]
  7. Cat Found In Cumberland County Tests Positive For Rabies[Wednesday, December 17, 2014]
  8. Soil and Water Conservation District Has Tree Seedlings For Sale[Friday, December 12, 2014]
  9. County Hires New Finance Director[Wednesday, December 10, 2014]
  10. Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Seeks Transportation Projects Proposals [Wednesday, December 10, 2014]
  11. Health Department Announces Changes To Well Water Testing Fee[Monday, December 8, 2014]
  12. County Receives USDA Funding for Bragg Estates Sewer Project[Thursday, December 4, 2014]
  13. Soil and Water Contests Open To Students[Thursday, December 4, 2014]
  14. Master Gardener Program Receives Award[Tuesday, December 2, 2014]
  15. Commissioners Receive Order of Long Leaf Pine[Monday, December 1, 2014]
  16. Commissioners Sworn In; Edge Appointed Chairman[Monday, December 1, 2014]
  17. Headquarters Library to Close Dec. 12 and 13 for Maintenance[Monday, December 1, 2014]
  18. Health Department Announces Computerized Registration System for WIC Program[Monday, December 1, 2014]

November

  1. Agricultural Hall of Fame Inducts Glenn Jernigan[Tuesday, November 25, 2014]
  2. Emergency Management Urges Residents to Prepare for Winter Weather[Tuesday, November 25, 2014]
  3. Low Income Energy Assistance Available[Tuesday, November 25, 2014]
  4. 2014 Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule [Thursday, November 20, 2014]
  5. Electronic Waste Drive Nov. 15 in Courthouse Parking Lot[Thursday, November 13, 2014]
  6. Fruit Tree Production Workshop Dec. 4[Thursday, November 13, 2014]
  7. Animal Control Adoption Event Nov. 8-9[Thursday, November 6, 2014]
  8. Adoption Awareness Event Nov. 8[Wednesday, November 5, 2014]
  9. Cumberland County Veterans Day Closings[Wednesday, November 5, 2014]
  10. Health Department Offers Flu Shots For Adults Children[Tuesday, November 4, 2014]

October

  1. Solid Waste Can Help Citizens Properly Dispose Of Yard Waste[Thursday, October 30, 2014]
  2. Sheriff Designates Voluntary Halloween Curfew[Tuesday, October 28, 2014]
  3. Sheriff Offers Tips For A Safe Halloween[Tuesday, October 28, 2014]
  4. Etiquette Workshop For Youth[Monday, October 27, 2014]
  5. Veterans Treatment Court Grand Opening Nov. 13[Thursday, October 23, 2014]
  6. Local 4-H Member Eligible for Nationals[Wednesday, October 22, 2014]
  7. Remember My Name Domestic Violence Vigil Oct. 23[Wednesday, October 15, 2014]
  8. Republican and Unaffiliated Poll Workers Needed[Wednesday, October 15, 2014]
  9. October Cumberland Matters Available for Viewing[Friday, October 10, 2014]
  10. Oct. 10 is Voter Registration Deadline[Thursday, October 9, 2014]
  11. Health Department Provides Ebola Information[Monday, October 6, 2014]
  12. Memorial Program Honors Emergency Services Workers[Friday, October 3, 2014]
  13. Youth 4-H Member Represents County[Thursday, October 2, 2014]

September

  1. 2015 Extension Master Gardener Training[Tuesday, September 30, 2014]
  2. Animal Control Pet Adoption Event Sept. 27-28[Thursday, September 25, 2014]
  3. Operation Medicine Drop Sept 27[Tuesday, September 23, 2014]
  4. Oct 10 Voter Registration Deadline Poll Workers Needed[Monday, September 22, 2014]
  5. Family History Month At The Library[Friday, September 19, 2014]
  6. Proposed South Central Land Use Plan Meeting Oct. 9[Wednesday, September 17, 2014]
  7. Emergency Agencies Hold Full-Scale Exercise Sept 11[Monday, September 8, 2014]
  8. Community Development Contractor Orientation Sept 10[Friday, September 5, 2014]
  9. Excellence in Fiancial Reporting Presented Sept. 2[Friday, September 5, 2014]
  10. September Cumberland Matters Available for Viewing[Friday, September 5, 2014]
  11. Cumberland County Fair Sept 5-14[Wednesday, September 3, 2014]
  12. Emergency Services Urges Residents To Be Disaster Ready[Tuesday, September 2, 2014]

August

  1. Beginning Beekeeping Course Sept. 25[Wednesday, August 27, 2014]
  2. County Labor Day Closings 2014[Wednesday, August 27, 2014]
  3. Centipede Lawn Problems Seminar Sept. 17[Monday, August 25, 2014]
  4. Landscape and Garden Checklist for Fall[Thursday, August 21, 2014]
  5. Vendors Invited to Employee Wellness Fair[Tuesday, August 19, 2014]
  6. Cumberland County Free HIV Testing[Tuesday, August 12, 2014]
  7. Public Hearing on Bullard Circle Aug. 18[Tuesday, August 12, 2014]
  8. Board of Elections Reminds Citizens of Voting Deadlines[Thursday, August 7, 2014]
  9. County Citizens Academy Accepting Fall Applications[Thursday, August 7, 2014]
  10. Health Department Offers Required Immunizations For School Children[Tuesday, August 5, 2014]

July

  1. Job Fair Set for Aug. 19 At Library[Tuesday, July 29, 2014]
  2. Commissioners To Serve In National And State Organizations[Friday, July 25, 2014]
  3. Suspected Case of Rabies In Cumberland County July 25 2014[Friday, July 25, 2014]
  4. Fay VA Medical Center and Cumberland Co Continuum of Care on Homelessness Host Community Stand Down July 24-25[Thursday, July 24, 2014]
  5. Register of Deeds Office Collects School Supplies for Homeless Children[Tuesday, July 22, 2014]
  6. Crisis Intervention Program Funds Available for Heating Cooling Crisis Needs[Monday, July 21, 2014]
  7. Crisis Intervention Team Graduates July 18 [Thursday, July 17, 2014]
  8. Hazardous Waste Facility Will No Longer Accept Latex Paint Beginning July 26[Friday, July 11, 2014]
  9. Social Services Giving Away Free Box Fans To Qualifying Citizens[Friday, July 11, 2014]
  10. July County Programs Available for Viewing[Thursday, July 10, 2014]
  11. Longtime Volunteer Inducted Into State 4-H Hall of Fame[Wednesday, July 9, 2014]
  12. Cumberland County Rabies Alert Rabid Fox Attacks Child[Tuesday, July 8, 2014]
  13. Cumberland County 4-H Youth Win Honors At State Congress[Thursday, July 3, 2014]
  14. Health Department Reminds Parents Caregivers Not To Leave Children Alone Inside Vehicles[Thursday, July 3, 2014]
  15. Veterans Services Announces Scholarships[Thursday, July 3, 2014]
  16. Cumberland County Offices Closed July 4[Wednesday, July 2, 2014]
  17. Health Department Cautions Travelers To Caribbean About Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes[Wednesday, July 2, 2014]
  18. Sheriff Offers Tips For Fireworks Safety[Tuesday, July 1, 2014]

June

  1. Cooperative Extension Invites Youth To Apply For County Government Tour July 14-18[Friday, June 27, 2014]
  2. Suspected Rabies Case In Cumberland County 6-27-14[Friday, June 27, 2014]
  3. Soil and Water Conservation District Awards Scholarships[Thursday, June 26, 2014]
  4. Soil and Water District Board Seeks Candidates[Thursday, June 26, 2014]
  5. Suspected Rabies Case In Cumberland County 6-25-14[Wednesday, June 25, 2014]
  6. Social Services Opens Lobby, Collects Fans for Heat Relief[Monday, June 23, 2014]
  7. County Manager Announces Leadership Team Changes[Thursday, June 19, 2014]
  8. Donations Needed For Homeless Stand Down Event July 24-25[Thursday, June 19, 2014]
  9. Soil and Water Conservation Taking Orders For Tree Seedling Sale[Wednesday, June 18, 2014]
  10. Southpoint Boil Water Advisory Lifted[Friday, June 13, 2014]
  11. Boil Water Advisory to Southpoint Water System[Wednesday, June 11, 2014]
  12. Animal Control Shelter Pet Adoption Event June 11[Tuesday, June 10, 2014]
  13. Cumberland County Commissioners Approve FY2015 Budget[Tuesday, June 10, 2014]
  14. Suspected Rabies Case In Cumberland County Bat[Tuesday, June 10, 2014]
  15. Three County Employees Receive Honors[Monday, June 9, 2014]
  16. June County Programs Available for Viewing[Monday, June 9, 2014]
  17. New County Manager Hired[Monday, June 9, 2014]
  18. County Holds FY2015 Budget Public Hearing June 9[Friday, June 6, 2014]
  19. Animal Control Holds Pet Adoption Events June 7 8 and 11[Wednesday, June 4, 2014]

May

  1. Community Transportation Public Hearing June 2[Friday, May 30, 2014]
  2. School Teams Win Envirothon National Resources Competition[Friday, May 30, 2014]
  3. Cumberland County Rabies Alert - Rabid Raccoon Attacks Dog[Wednesday, May 28, 2014]
  4. Cumberland County Memorial Day Closings May 26[Wednesday, May 21, 2014]
  5. Cumberland County Reports Fifth Positive Rabies Case For 2014[Wednesday, May 21, 2014]
  6. Health Department Invites Teens To Youth Health Seminar[Wednesday, May 21, 2014]
  7. Social Services Seeking Box Fan Donations[Monday, May 19, 2014]
  8. Health Department Offers Free Mosquito Insecticide[Thursday, May 15, 2014]
  9. May County Programs Available for Viewing[Monday, May 12, 2014]
  10. Health Department Baby Store Receives Donation[Wednesday, May 7, 2014]
  11. Property Tax Appeals Deadline May 30[Wednesday, May 7, 2014]
  12. Schedule Announced for County FY2015 Budget Meetings[Wednesday, May 7, 2014]
  13. Health Director To Serve On Public Health Advisory Board[Tuesday, May 6, 2014]
  14. Car Seat Diversion Program Offers Education Deferment for Citations[Friday, May 2, 2014]
  15. Electronic Waste Drive May 17 at Courthouse[Thursday, May 1, 2014]
  16. Storm Update - Residents Asked to Report Flood Damage[Thursday, May 1, 2014]

April

  1. Shelter Remains Open, Residents Advised to Use Caution[Wednesday, April 30, 2014]
  2. Emergency Services Responds to Tornado[Tuesday, April 29, 2014]
  3. One-Stop Voting Starts April 24[Thursday, April 17, 2014]
  4. Fair Housing Workshop April 29[Wednesday, April 16, 2014]
  5. Senior Health Fair May 14 at DSS[Wednesday, April 16, 2014]
  6. Cumberland County Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale[Tuesday, April 15, 2014]
  7. County Appoints New Community Development Director[Monday, April 14, 2014]
  8. County Receives USDA Funding for Overhills Park Sewer Project[Monday, April 14, 2014]
  9. Cumberland County Easter Holiday Closings[Monday, April 14, 2014]
  10. Library Holds Supply Drive To Help Shelter Pets[Friday, April 11, 2014]
  11. Cumberland County Reports Fourth Rabies Case For 2014[Thursday, April 10, 2014]
  12. Engineering and Infrastructure Director Appointed To National Committee[Thursday, April 10, 2014]
  13. Health Department Community Partners Observe Safe Kids Day April 12[Wednesday, April 9, 2014]
  14. Public Invited to Tour 911 Call Center by Appointment[Wednesday, April 9, 2014]
  15. April County Programs Available for Viewing[Tuesday, April 8, 2014]
  16. Nominations Accepted for Community Appearance Awards[Tuesday, April 8, 2014]
  17. Health Fair on Wednesday Marks National Public Health Week[Monday, April 7, 2014]

March

  1. Bullard Circle Community Survey Mailed to Property Owners[Monday, March 31, 2014]
  2. County Postpones Employee Wellness Fair[Monday, March 31, 2014]
  3. Rabid Bat Reported In Cumberland County[Monday, March 31, 2014]
  4. Sheriff Butler Receives Award[Monday, March 31, 2014]
  5. County Reports Second Positive Rabies Case For 2014[Tuesday, March 25, 2014]
  6. Rabies Vaccination Clinics April 2014[Monday, March 24, 2014]
  7. Animal Control Adoption Event March 22-23[Thursday, March 20, 2014]
  8. Citizen Resolution To Help Save 440th Airlift Wing[Thursday, March 20, 2014]
  9. Deadline To Register For One-Stop Voting April 11[Thursday, March 20, 2014]
  10. County Community Development Public Meeting March 20 [Wednesday, March 19, 2014]
  11. Farmers Market Study Presented, Available Online[Wednesday, March 19, 2014]
  12. Chairman Council Honored for Public Service[Tuesday, March 18, 2014]
  13. Commissioners, School Board Approve Funding Agreement[Tuesday, March 18, 2014]
  14. Sheriffs Office Participates In Operation Medicine Drop March 19[Monday, March 17, 2014]
  15. Operation Medicine Drop Events March 19 and 22[Friday, March 14, 2014]
  16. Public Meeting Scheduled on Contaminated Well Water[Friday, March 14, 2014]
  17. Wilkes Road Treatment and Processing Facility Closed Saturday for Road Repairs[Friday, March 14, 2014]
  18. Planning Department Employees Receive Patriot Awards[Wednesday, March 12, 2014]
  19. Farmers Market Study Findings Presented March 19 [Tuesday, March 11, 2014]
  20. March County Programs Available for Viewing[Friday, March 7, 2014]
  21. Teen Wellness Task Force Real Talk April 2[Friday, March 7, 2014]
  22. National Women and Girls HIV AIDS Awareness Day Event March 10[Wednesday, March 5, 2014]
  23. Cumberland County Reports First Positive Rabies Case For 2014[Tuesday, March 4, 2014]
  24. Job Fair Runs 9 a.m.-2 p.m. March 27 at Crown Expo[Tuesday, March 4, 2014]
  25. Nominations Sought for Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association Scholarships[Monday, March 3, 2014]
  26. Vendors Invited to Employee Wellness Fair[Monday, March 3, 2014]

February

  1. County Community Development Schedules March Meetings[Tuesday, February 25, 2014]
  2. Filing Ends Feb. 28, New Absentee Voting Requirements[Tuesday, February 25, 2014]
  3. Health Director Appointed To State Childhood Task Force[Tuesday, February 25, 2014]
  4. Libraries, Solid Waste Sites Open Feb. 15, Landfills Extend Saturday Hours[Friday, February 14, 2014]
  5. County Offices, Courts Closed Friday, Feb. 14[Thursday, February 13, 2014]
  6. Emergency Shelter Closing at 11 a.m. Today[Thursday, February 13, 2014]
  7. County Offices, Courts Closed Thursday, Feb. 13[Wednesday, February 12, 2014]
  8. Emergency Shelter Opening at 2 p.m.[Wednesday, February 12, 2014]
  9. County Offices, Courts Closed Feb. 12[Tuesday, February 11, 2014]
  10. County Offices Court System Closing At 1 pm Feb. 11[Tuesday, February 11, 2014]
  11. Citizens Academy Accepting Applications for 2014 Sessions[Monday, February 10, 2014]
  12. February 2014 County Programs Available for Viewing[Monday, February 10, 2014]
  13. DSS Working to Meet NC Fast Deadline, Asks Customers to Respond with Information[Wednesday, February 5, 2014]
  14. 2014 Property Tax Listing Deadline Extended to Feb. 10[Monday, February 3, 2014]
  15. Detention Center Expansion Dedicated[Monday, February 3, 2014]

January

  1. Board of Commissioners Meetings Will Stream Live[Friday, January 31, 2014]
  2. County Offices, Courts Closed Jan. 30[Wednesday, January 29, 2014]
  3. Detention Center Expansion Dedication Set for Feb. 3[Wednesday, January 29, 2014]
  4. County Issues State of Emergency, Partially Activates EOC[Tuesday, January 28, 2014]
  5. County Offices, Courts Closed Jan. 29[Tuesday, January 28, 2014]
  6. County Offices Court System Closing Tuesday Jan. 28 at 1 p.m.[Tuesday, January 28, 2014]
  7. Public Safety and Health Professional Receive Crisis Intervention Team Awards[Tuesday, January 28, 2014]
  8. Community Invited To Take Online Farmers Market Survey[Wednesday, January 22, 2014]
  9. County Offices, Courts Under Two-Hour Delay[Wednesday, January 22, 2014]
  10. Employers Invited To Participate In March 27 Job Fair[Tuesday, January 21, 2014]
  11. County Programs Available for Viewing[Friday, January 17, 2014]
  12. Master Gardeners Food Bank Establish Community Garden[Friday, January 17, 2014]
  13. County Offices Closed for King Holiday[Monday, January 13, 2014]
  14. Commissioners Name Interim County Manager[Monday, January 6, 2014]
  15. Health Department Baby Store Incentive Program Starts Jan 6[Friday, January 3, 2014]
  16. Taxpayers Reminded of Payment and Listing Deadlines[Friday, January 3, 2014]

2013

December

  1. County New Years Holiday Closing Schedule[Friday, December 27, 2013]
  2. New Year Brings Smoking Ban on 15 County Properties[Monday, December 23, 2013]
  3. County Christmas Holiday Closing Schedule 2013[Wednesday, December 18, 2013]
  4. County Manager Martin Announces March Retirement[Friday, December 13, 2013]
  5. Risacher Named Library Director of the Year[Friday, December 13, 2013]
  6. Dec. 17 Public Forums Seek Feedback on Farmers Market[Tuesday, December 10, 2013]
  7. Public Hearing Dec. 16 on Bragg Estates Water and Sewer District[Tuesday, December 10, 2013]
  8. Scholarships Available for Children of Veterans[Thursday, December 5, 2013]

November

  1. Cumberland Soil and Water District Wins Award for Best Conservation Program[Wednesday, November 27, 2013]
  2. Change Announced for Nov. 26 Evening Clinic Services[Friday, November 22, 2013]
  3. Conservationist and Extension Director Inducted into Ag Hall of Fame[Friday, November 22, 2013]
  4. Low Income Energy Assistance Available[Friday, November 22, 2013]
  5. 2013 Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule for County Government[Thursday, November 21, 2013]
  6. 4-H Endowment Established In Honor of Longtime Volunteer[Wednesday, November 20, 2013]
  7. Pet Supplies Drive Successful[Monday, November 18, 2013]
  8. Sheriffs Office Wins Sixth Consecutive Accreditation Award[Monday, November 18, 2013]
  9. Social Services Wins Two Best Practice Awards[Monday, November 18, 2013]
  10. County Hires New Assistant County Manager[Friday, November 15, 2013]
  11. Electronic Waste Drive Nov. 16 in Courthouse Parking Lot[Thursday, November 7, 2013]
  12. County Offices Closed Nov 11 for Veterans Day[Tuesday, November 5, 2013]

October

  1. County Resumes Non-Medical Transportation Program[Wednesday, October 30, 2013]
  2. Cumberland County Hires Veterans Services Director[Wednesday, October 23, 2013]
  3. Library Accepting Items for Pets in Need[Monday, October 21, 2013]
  4. Operation Medicine Drop will be at six Cumberland County locations on Saturday[Monday, October 21, 2013]
  5. Early Voting Runs Today Through Nov. 2[Thursday, October 17, 2013]
  6. Animal Control Issues Reminder Following Dead Bat Report[Friday, October 11, 2013]
  7. County Suspends Non-Medical Transportation Program[Friday, October 11, 2013]
  8. Funding Secured to Continue WIC Program in North Carolina[Friday, October 11, 2013]
  9. DHHS Announces WIC Program Will Stop Issuing Benefits Due to Federal Shutdown[Wednesday, October 9, 2013]
  10. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County 10-3-13[Thursday, October 3, 2013]
  11. Clases de Auto Manejo de la Diabetes en Espanol[Tuesday, October 1, 2013]
  12. Cooperative Extension Celebrates 100 Years of Home Demonstration Clubs[Tuesday, October 1, 2013]
  13. Diabetes Self-Management Classes Offered In Spanish[Tuesday, October 1, 2013]
  14. Stray Dogs Run Away After Killing Rabid Raccoon [Tuesday, October 1, 2013]

September

  1. Health Department Offers Flu Shots [Thursday, September 26, 2013]
  2. Health Department Receives Grant Money For Baby Store Project[Thursday, September 26, 2013]
  3. Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Public Meetings[Thursday, September 19, 2013]
  4. Health Director Appointed to Task Force[Thursday, September 19, 2013]
  5. Board of Elections Early Voting Begins Sept. 19[Tuesday, September 17, 2013]
  6. Rabies Confirmed in Cumberland County Bat[Tuesday, September 17, 2013]
  7. Cumberland County Adds Online GIS Data Viewer[Wednesday, September 11, 2013]
  8. Rabies Positive Case in Cumberland County Sept 6[Friday, September 6, 2013]
  9. Register of Deeds J. Lee Warren Jr. Receives State Awards[Thursday, September 5, 2013]
  10. Volunteer Receives Cumberland Cares Award[Thursday, September 5, 2013]
  11. Cumberland 4-H Youth Attends State Summit[Wednesday, September 4, 2013]
  12. Soil Testing Fee Will Begin During Peak Season[Wednesday, September 4, 2013]
  13. Water Harvesting Workshop at Methodist University Sept. 20[Wednesday, September 4, 2013]
  14. Apply Now for Master Gardener Training[Tuesday, September 3, 2013]

August

  1. County Government Offices Closed on Labor Day[Friday, August 30, 2013]
  2. County Reports 13th Rabies Case [Friday, August 30, 2013]
  3. Beginning Beekeeping Course Starts Sept. 30[Tuesday, August 27, 2013]
  4. Two Cases of Rabies Reported in Cumberland County[Tuesday, August 27, 2013]
  5. County 4-H Sells Advance Fair Tickets[Monday, August 19, 2013]
  6. County Citizens Academy Accepting Applications[Thursday, August 15, 2013]
  7. Suspected Tuberculosis Case Reported[Thursday, August 8, 2013]

July

  1. County Prepares for Smoke-Free Sites[Tuesday, July 30, 2013]
  2. Veterans Services Open House Aug 9[Tuesday, July 30, 2013]
  3. Customers Can Connect to Southpoint Water Line[Thursday, July 25, 2013]
  4. Health Department Has More Mosquito Insecticide[Thursday, July 25, 2013]
  5. Register of Deeds School Supply Drive[Thursday, July 25, 2013]
  6. Headquarters Library Will Close July 29 to Aug 2[Wednesday, July 24, 2013]
  7. Public Health Report Identifies Source of Salmonella Outbreak[Tuesday, July 23, 2013]
  8. Emergency Notification All-Call Planned for July 24[Monday, July 22, 2013]
  9. Library Receives Grants from State Library of NC[Friday, July 19, 2013]
  10. Safe Kids Day Event July 27[Friday, July 19, 2013]
  11. Fox Tests Positive for Rabies July 18[Thursday, July 18, 2013]
  12. Cumberland County Hires Finance Director[Tuesday, July 16, 2013]
  13. Two Confirmed Rabies Cases in Cumberland County[Tuesday, July 16, 2013]
  14. Soil And Water District Tree Seedling Sale[Thursday, July 11, 2013]
  15. Suspected Case of Rabies in Bat[Wednesday, July 10, 2013]
  16. Veterans Services Will Move To New Office Aug. 9[Wednesday, July 10, 2013]
  17. Mental Health Merges with Alliance Behavioral Healthcare[Tuesday, July 9, 2013]
  18. Positive Case of Rabies in Cumberland County July 9[Tuesday, July 9, 2013]
  19. County 4-H Members Win Honors At State Congress[Monday, July 8, 2013]
  20. Veterans Services To Host Benefits Meeting July 11[Monday, July 8, 2013]
  21. Commissioners Change Proclamation Procedures [Wednesday, July 3, 2013]
  22. Municipal Elections Filing Period Runs July 5-19[Tuesday, July 2, 2013]

June

  1. County Offices Closed July 4[Friday, June 28, 2013]
  2. City and County Adopt Animal Code Revisions[Tuesday, June 25, 2013]
  3. Health Department Offers Free HIV Testing June 29[Tuesday, June 25, 2013]
  4. Health Department Receives State Accreditation[Monday, June 24, 2013]
  5. Commissioners Adopt FY2014 Budget[Wednesday, June 19, 2013]
  6. Cost Share Program Rewards Water Quality Protection[Tuesday, June 18, 2013]
  7. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County Bat[Saturday, June 15, 2013]
  8. Conservation District Awards Workshop Scholarship[Thursday, June 13, 2013]
  9. Master Gardener Volunteer Program Wins Awards[Thursday, June 13, 2013]
  10. Conservation District Awards Workshop Scholarship[Wednesday, June 12, 2013]
  11. Manufacturing Community Forum Set for June 12 at FTCC[Friday, June 7, 2013]
  12. Veterans Town Hall Meeting June 18[Friday, June 7, 2013]
  13. Salmonella Outbreak Over, State Officials Working on Final Report[Thursday, June 6, 2013]
  14. Deadline Extended For Community Appearance Awards Nominations[Tuesday, June 4, 2013]
  15. County Manager Presents FY2014 Recommended Budget[Monday, June 3, 2013]

May

  1. Animal Control to Mail Pet License Bills in June[Thursday, May 30, 2013]
  2. Schedule Announced for County FY2014 Budget Meetings[Wednesday, May 29, 2013]
  3. UPDATE to Salmonella Outbreak Investigation- May 29[Wednesday, May 29, 2013]
  4. Health Department To Give Away Mosquito Insecticide[Tuesday, May 28, 2013]
  5. Public Invited to Community Connections System of Care Meeting[Tuesday, May 28, 2013]
  6. Veterans Services Announces 2013 Scholarship Recipients[Tuesday, May 28, 2013]
  7. Summer Reading Clubs 2013[Friday, May 24, 2013]
  8. County Offices Closed May 27 for Memorial Day[Wednesday, May 22, 2013]
  9. Summer Reading Clubs 2013[Tuesday, May 21, 2013]
  10. UPDATE to Salmonella Outbreak - May 20[Monday, May 20, 2013]
  11. Cooperative Extension 4-H Summer Fun[Friday, May 17, 2013]
  12. Cooperative Extension Celebrates Fascinating Farm Exhibit Opening[Friday, May 17, 2013]
  13. Salmonella Outbreak UPDATE; 51 Symptomatic Cases 5-17-13[Friday, May 17, 2013]
  14. Salmonella Outbreak UPDATE May 16[Thursday, May 16, 2013]
  15. DSS to Host Elder Abuse Event June 5[Wednesday, May 15, 2013]
  16. Tax Appeals Deadline May 31[Wednesday, May 15, 2013]
  17. UPDATE to Salmonella Outbreak [Wednesday, May 15, 2013]
  18. Health Department Alerts Public to Possible Salmonella Outbreak[Tuesday, May 14, 2013]
  19. Library Receives Bridging Cultures Bookshelf Grant[Wednesday, May 8, 2013]
  20. Nominations Being Accepted for Appearance Awards[Wednesday, May 8, 2013]
  21. Safe Kids Day To Be Held May 18[Thursday, May 2, 2013]
  22. Solid Waste Offers Paper Shredding for Individuals[Thursday, May 2, 2013]
  23. Christmas in the Park Grant[Wednesday, May 1, 2013]

April

  1. June 2013 Events at Your Library[Tuesday, April 30, 2013]
  2. Third Annual Electronic Waste Drive on May 11[Tuesday, April 30, 2013]
  3. Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale May 11[Monday, April 29, 2013]
  4. Peace Officers Memorial 2013[Monday, April 29, 2013]
  5. Library to Host North Carolina Poet Laureate on April 30[Thursday, April 25, 2013]
  6. Library Public Forum To Address Post-Traumatic Stress[Friday, April 19, 2013]
  7. Animal Control Adoption Event April 20-21[Tuesday, April 16, 2013]
  8. Library Named Beneficiary of $53K Fitzgerald Endowment[Monday, April 15, 2013]
  9. Project Homeless Connect Seeks Donations Volunteers for May 16 Event[Friday, April 12, 2013]
  10. Public Invited to Tour 911 Call Center by Appointment[Thursday, April 11, 2013]
  11. Public Transportation Needs Discussed at April 18 Workshop[Wednesday, April 10, 2013]
  12. Veterans Services Officers Unavailable April 16-19[Wednesday, April 10, 2013]
  13. Community Development Workshop April 30[Friday, April 5, 2013]

March

  1. State of the County Address Launches National County Government Month[Thursday, March 28, 2013]
  2. Teen Health Now Meetings Set for April 9 23[Thursday, March 28, 2013]
  3. Cumberland County Easter Holiday Closings[Tuesday, March 26, 2013]
  4. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County March 26[Tuesday, March 26, 2013]
  5. Library Computers Down March 25[Friday, March 22, 2013]
  6. Fighting the Fires of Hate America and the Nazi Book Burnings[Thursday, March 21, 2013]
  7. Health Department Seeking Volunteers for Friendship Project[Thursday, March 21, 2013]
  8. March to Work Job Fair March 26 at Crown Expo[Thursday, March 21, 2013]
  9. Public Invited to Mental Health Forum March 28[Thursday, March 21, 2013]
  10. Rabies Vaccination Clinics Scheduled for April[Thursday, March 21, 2013]
  11. Library Storytelling Festival Offers Free Programs[Tuesday, March 19, 2013]
  12. Suspected Case of Rabies in Opossum[Tuesday, March 19, 2013]
  13. Life is Your Lab Science Programs at the Library[Monday, March 18, 2013]
  14. Library to Host Carolina Beach Music and Shag Legacy[Thursday, March 14, 2013]
  15. Public Library April Programming[Thursday, March 14, 2013]
  16. Animal Control Adoption Event March 15-17[Wednesday, March 13, 2013]
  17. Cooperative Extension Turfgrass Pest Control Update[Monday, March 11, 2013]
  18. Residential Rain Garden Course offered[Monday, March 11, 2013]
  19. Central Maintenance Uses Power Outage for Disaster Training[Wednesday, March 6, 2013]
  20. Job Fair Runs 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on March 26 at Crown Expo[Wednesday, March 6, 2013]
  21. Library Hosts Job Fair on March 12[Wednesday, March 6, 2013]
  22. Take Action Before Severe Weather Hits[Tuesday, March 5, 2013]

February

  1. Cooperative Extension Volunteers and Staff Receive Awards[Thursday, February 21, 2013]
  2. Animal Control Seeks Foster Homes for Puppies[Tuesday, February 19, 2013]
  3. Suspected Case of Rabies Reported in Hope Mills[Tuesday, February 19, 2013]
  4. County Adds Online Tax Parcel Viewer, Polling Place Finder to Website[Wednesday, February 13, 2013]
  5. County Citizens Academy Accepting Applications[Friday, February 8, 2013]
  6. Cumberland County Emergency Services Now On Facebook[Friday, February 8, 2013]
  7. State of the County Health Report Released[Thursday, February 7, 2013]
  8. Teen Health Now Chapter Formed in Cumberland County[Thursday, February 7, 2013]
  9. Volunteers Needed for Health Assessment Committee[Thursday, February 7, 2013]
  10. Tuesday Night Meeting Focuses on Mental Health MCO[Monday, February 4, 2013]

January

  1. Health Department STD Clinic Goes To Appointment System[Tuesday, January 29, 2013]
  2. Health Department Seeks Public Input for Health Needs Assessment[Monday, January 28, 2013]
  3. Health Department Declares House Suitable to Occupy[Friday, January 25, 2013]
  4. Solid Waste Sites Delay Opening Until 10 a.m. Saturday[Friday, January 25, 2013]
  5. Cumberlands Buck Wilson Named Health Director of the Year[Thursday, January 24, 2013]
  6. Employers Invited to Participate in March 26 Job Fair[Tuesday, January 22, 2013]
  7. Suspected Rabies Case Reported in Raccoon[Friday, January 18, 2013]
  8. County Offices Closed for King Holiday[Tuesday, January 15, 2013]
  9. Crisis Intervention Team Honors Public Safety Professionals[Friday, January 11, 2013]
  10. Low Income Energy Assistance Applications Being Accepted[Tuesday, January 8, 2013]
  11. Taxpayers Reminded of Listing Deadline[Tuesday, January 8, 2013]
  12. Animal Control Collecting Pet Licensing Fees[Thursday, January 3, 2013]
  13. Health Department Offers Extended WIC Hours on Tuesdays[Thursday, January 3, 2013]
  14. Community Development Schedules Public Meetings in January[Wednesday, January 2, 2013]

2012

December

  1. New Year’s Holiday Schedule for County Government[Friday, December 28, 2012]
  2. Veterans Services Scholarships[Friday, December 28, 2012]
  3. Taxpayers Reminded of Deadline, Office Closings[Thursday, December 20, 2012]
  4. Taxpayers Reminded of 2012 Deadline, Holiday Closings[Wednesday, December 19, 2012]
  5. County Christmas Holiday Closing Schedule[Tuesday, December 18, 2012]
  6. Mental Health Center Wins Award[Tuesday, December 18, 2012]
  7. Health Department Encourages Private Well Class[Wednesday, December 12, 2012]
  8. Farmers inducted into Hall of Fame[Wednesday, December 5, 2012]
  9. Keefe Elected Board of Commissioners Chairman[Monday, December 3, 2012]

November

  1. Community Development Seeking Grant for Homeless[Friday, November 30, 2012]
  2. Cooperative Extension Receives Grant for Farmers Market Feasibility Study[Wednesday, November 28, 2012]
  3. World AIDS Day Event on Dec. 1[Wednesday, November 28, 2012]
  4. Suspected Case of Rabies Reported[Tuesday, November 27, 2012]
  5. Health Department Offers Flu Shots[Wednesday, November 21, 2012]
  6. DSS Announces Low Income Energy Assistance Program[Tuesday, November 20, 2012]
  7. Southwest Cumberland Land Use Plan Community Meetings[Tuesday, November 20, 2012]
  8. County Welcomes New Assistant County Attorney[Monday, November 19, 2012]
  9. Southpoint Water System Early Sign-Up Is Dec. 3[Monday, November 19, 2012]
  10. Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule for County Government[Monday, November 19, 2012]
  11. County Offices Closed Monday, Nov. 12, for Veterans Day[Tuesday, November 6, 2012]
  12. Cumberland County Public Library to Receive National Award[Tuesday, November 6, 2012]
  13. Master Gardener Volunteer Training[Tuesday, November 6, 2012]
  14. Polls Open Until 730 p.m.; Must be Registered in County to Vote Today[Tuesday, November 6, 2012]
  15. CIT Training Expanded to Help Telecommunicators Manage Crisis Situations[Monday, November 5, 2012]
  16. Polls Open Tuesday, Website Features Poll Locator GIS Map[Monday, November 5, 2012]
  17. Veterans Services To Hold Town Hall Meeting Nov. 17[Monday, November 5, 2012]

October

  1. One-Stop Early Voting Ends Saturday, Polls open 630 a.m. Election Day[Wednesday, October 31, 2012]
  2. Hours Extended at Four One-Stop Early Voting Sites[Thursday, October 25, 2012]
  3. County Receives 2012 Housing North Carolina Award[Tuesday, October 23, 2012]
  4. Sheriffs Office Offers Halloween Safety Tips[Tuesday, October 23, 2012]
  5. Lee Warren Installed as President of State Association[Monday, October 22, 2012]
  6. Volunteer Receives Cumberland Cares Award[Monday, October 22, 2012]
  7. Shelter Offers Pets for Adoption Oct. 20-21 at PetSmart[Friday, October 19, 2012]
  8. Cedar Creek Connector Service Starts Oct. 15[Friday, October 12, 2012]
  9. Memorial Service Honors Emergency Services Workers[Friday, October 12, 2012]
  10. East Regional Library to Host Health Fair[Friday, October 5, 2012]
  11. Board of Elections not conducting door-to-door survey[Tuesday, October 2, 2012]
  12. One Stop Voting Runs Oct 18- Nov 3[Tuesday, October 2, 2012]
  13. Walk to School Day Highlights Pedestrian[Tuesday, October 2, 2012]

September

  1. County Honored for Financial Reporting[Friday, September 21, 2012]
  2. Dog Costume Contest to Raise Funds for Injured Animals[Thursday, September 20, 2012]
  3. Health Department Offers Diabetes Self-Management Program[Thursday, September 20, 2012]
  4. Cumberland County Fair Hours Extended for Friday[Friday, September 14, 2012]
  5. Cumberland County Detention Center Expansion Groundbreaking Ceremony[Wednesday, September 12, 2012]
  6. Library and Information Center Offers Job Search 2012[Monday, September 10, 2012]

August

  1. New State Food Rules Go Into Effect Sept. 1[Thursday, August 30, 2012]
  2. Office Hours for Cumberland County Government on Labor Day[Wednesday, August 29, 2012]
  3. Statement from Commissioner Billy R. King on New Chamber Board[Wednesday, August 29, 2012]
  4. Annual Librari-Con Set for Sept. 1 At Headquarters Library[Monday, August 27, 2012]
  5. Community Development Moves to New Office[Friday, August 24, 2012]
  6. Cumberland County 4-H Sells Advance Fair Tickets[Friday, August 24, 2012]
  7. Health Officials Urge Precautions Against West Nile Virus[Friday, August 24, 2012]
  8. Board of Elections NOT Conducting Door-To-Door Drive[Thursday, August 23, 2012]
  9. Board of Elections Moves to New Home[Tuesday, August 21, 2012]
  10. Mental Health Clinic Serves Children, Adolescents and Adults [Monday, August 20, 2012]
  11. Register of Deeds press conference Aug. 23[Monday, August 20, 2012]
  12. Environmental Health Supervisor Named to State Commission[Friday, August 17, 2012]
  13. Health Department Offers Evening Hours for Immunizations, Testing[Thursday, August 16, 2012]
  14. Confirmed Rabies Case in Cumberland County[Tuesday, August 14, 2012]
  15. Health Department Offers Parenting Class[Monday, August 13, 2012]
  16. Cooperative Extension Offers Backyard Poultry meeting[Friday, August 10, 2012]
  17. Cooperative Extension Offers Beginning Beekeeping Course[Friday, August 10, 2012]
  18. Commissioner Council Elected to NACo Women Network[Monday, August 6, 2012]
  19. DSS Leads States ChildFirst Training[Friday, August 3, 2012]

July

  1. County Retirement Announced[Monday, July 30, 2012]
  2. Library to Host Job Fair, Health Assessment[Monday, July 30, 2012]
  3. Apply Now for Countys Citizens Academy[Thursday, July 26, 2012]
  4. Board of Elections Building for Sale[Wednesday, July 25, 2012]
  5. Board of Elections flier [Wednesday, July 25, 2012]
  6. Health Department Offers Free Tdap Vaccine[Wednesday, July 25, 2012]
  7. Register of Deeds Office Collects School Supplies for Homeless Children[Tuesday, July 24, 2012]
  8. Soil Water District Holding Tree Seedling Sale[Thursday, July 19, 2012]
  9. Court Officials Warn Public to Beware of Jury Duty Prank Line [Wednesday, July 11, 2012]
  10. Librarian Elected to Prestigious Newbery Award Committee[Wednesday, July 11, 2012]

June

  1. County Offices Closed July 4[Thursday, June 28, 2012]
  2. One-stop voting runs through July 14[Thursday, June 28, 2012]
  3. DSS Opens Lobby, Collects Fans for Heat Relief[Wednesday, June 27, 2012]
  4. 4-H Volunteer Receives Cumberland Cares Award[Wednesday, June 20, 2012]
  5. Cooperative Extension Hosts 4-H District Day on Friday[Wednesday, June 20, 2012]
  6. 4-H Summer Adventure Program Offers Leadership Camps, Fun Activities For Youth[Monday, June 18, 2012]
  7. Extension Association Offers Kids Craft Class[Monday, June 18, 2012]
  8. Veterans Services Announces Scholarship Winners[Monday, June 18, 2012]
  9. Shelter Participates in Pet Adoption Event June 23-24[Thursday, June 14, 2012]
  10. Commissioners Adopt FY2013 Budget[Wednesday, June 13, 2012]
  11. Recommended Budget Presented Thursday Night[Friday, June 1, 2012]

May

  1. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, May 30, 2012]
  2. Medication Access Program Assists Uninsured Patients[Tuesday, May 29, 2012]
  3. Air Quality Poster Contest Awards Announced[Friday, May 25, 2012]
  4. County Closings for Memorial Day, May 28[Monday, May 21, 2012]
  5. County Hosts Weapons of Mass Destruction Training Exercise May 22[Friday, May 18, 2012]
  6. City-County Joint Appearance Commission Seeks Nominations[Monday, May 14, 2012]
  7. Cooperative Extension Helps Museum[Monday, May 14, 2012]
  8. StormFest Hits May 19[Wednesday, May 9, 2012]
  9. Board of Elections Announces Schedule for Primary Voting May 8[Monday, May 7, 2012]
  10. Schedule Announced for FY2013 Budget Meetings[Monday, May 7, 2012]
  11. Animal Shelter Fees Increase May 1[Wednesday, May 2, 2012]
  12. Institute for Community Leadership Accepting Applications [Wednesday, May 2, 2012]
  13. County and City Participate in State Hurricane Drill[Tuesday, May 1, 2012]
  14. Master Gardener Plant Sale on May 12[Tuesday, May 1, 2012]

April

  1. FAMPO Seeks Public Input for Transportation Study[Friday, April 27, 2012]
  2. Fort Bragg WIC Office Moves to Spring Lake Site; Hope Mills Office Reopens[Friday, April 27, 2012]
  3. Project Homeless Connect Seeks Donations, Volunteers for May 17 Event[Friday, April 27, 2012]
  4. Senior Health Fair Set for May 16 at DSS[Friday, April 27, 2012]
  5. Library Announces May 4 Closings[Thursday, April 26, 2012]
  6. Beeman Named Emergency Services Director[Monday, April 23, 2012]
  7. Brown Named Engineering and Infrastructure Director[Monday, April 23, 2012]
  8. County Redesigns Website to Increase Accessibility[Tuesday, April 17, 2012]
  9. Citizens Encouraged to Sign Up for Emergency Notification Service[Friday, April 13, 2012]
  10. County Trains Agencies on Damage Assessment Technology[Friday, April 13, 2012]
  11. One Stop Voting Starts April 19[Friday, April 13, 2012]
  12. Veterans Service Officers Attend Training April 17-20[Wednesday, April 11, 2012]
  13. Community Supported Agriculture and Local Food Cooperative Seminar[Monday, April 9, 2012]
  14. County Receives State Communications Award[Wednesday, April 4, 2012]

March

  1. County Easter Holiday Closings[Friday, March 30, 2012]
  2. Pet Adoption Event this Weekend[Friday, March 30, 2012]
  3. Environmental Competition Set for Thursday, March 29[Tuesday, March 27, 2012]
  4. Godwin Park Ribbon Cutting Set for March 30[Tuesday, March 27, 2012]
  5. Nominations Sought for Agriculture Hall of Fame[Tuesday, March 27, 2012]
  6. Library System Extends Hours at Three Branches[Monday, March 26, 2012]
  7. Hope Mills WIC site closed for repairs[Friday, March 23, 2012]
  8. Workshop Focuses on Fair Housing for People with Disabilities[Monday, March 19, 2012]
  9. Rabies Vaccination Clinics Scheduled for April[Friday, March 16, 2012]
  10. Subcontractors Invited to Jail Project Info Session on March 29[Friday, March 9, 2012]

February

  1. Health Department Seeks Public Input through Survey[Wednesday, February 29, 2012]
  2. Confirmed Case of Rabies Feb. 22[Thursday, February 23, 2012]
  3. Filing Period Begins Feb. 13 for State and County Elected Offices[Tuesday, February 7, 2012]
  4. Air Quality Calendar Contest for Kids[Wednesday, February 1, 2012]
  5. Transportation Program Increases[Wednesday, February 1, 2012]

January

  1. Commissioner Edge Honored for Public Service[Monday, January 30, 2012]
  2. Eleanore Getz receives Cumberland Cares award[Monday, January 30, 2012]
  3. Two County Department Heads to Retire[Monday, January 30, 2012]
  4. Library Offers Book Club Kits[Thursday, January 26, 2012]
  5. Hope Mills Library Closes Jan. 30-31[Tuesday, January 24, 2012]
  6. Community Development Holds Public Meetings[Wednesday, January 11, 2012]
  7. County MLK Holiday Closing Schedule[Tuesday, January 10, 2012]
  8. Suspected Case of Rabies Reported in Cumberland County Bat[Tuesday, January 10, 2012]
  9. Volunteers Needed to Assist with 2012 Homeless Count[Tuesday, January 10, 2012]
  10. Headquarters Library Closed Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 9-10[Monday, January 9, 2012]
  11. Health Department Offers Free Flu Shots[Friday, January 6, 2012]
  12. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, January 4, 2012]
  13. County to Offer Employee Pharmacy and Health Clinics[Tuesday, January 3, 2012]

2011

December

  1. County Announces New Years Closings[Thursday, December 29, 2011]
  2. Mayview Street Closed Through Friday[Thursday, December 29, 2011]
  3. Rezoning request for roslin farms road withdrawn[Wednesday, December 28, 2011]
  4. Supportive Housing Program CCCD RFP Guidelines[Friday, December 23, 2011]
  5. Supportive Housing Program – CCCD RFP Guidelines[Friday, December 23, 2011]
  6. Community Development seeking RFP for human services proposal[Tuesday, December 20, 2011]
  7. Public Encouraged To Attend Winter Weather Presentation[Tuesday, December 20, 2011]
  8. Community Development Seeking Proposals[Monday, December 19, 2011]
  9. Scholarships Available for Children of Veterans[Thursday, December 15, 2011]
  10. County Christmas and New Years Closing Schedule 2011[Wednesday, December 14, 2011]
  11. Taxpayers Reminded of Jan. 5 Deadline, Holiday Closings[Wednesday, December 14, 2011]
  12. Library Receives Three Awards from State Directors Association[Monday, December 12, 2011]
  13. Rabies Case Confirmed in Cumberland County[Wednesday, December 7, 2011]
  14. Agriculture Scholarships Established[Tuesday, December 6, 2011]
  15. Faircloth Installed Board Chairman, Keefe Vice Chairman[Tuesday, December 6, 2011]
  16. Aquatic Weeds Management Seminar[Friday, December 2, 2011]
  17. Turfgrass Disease Management Seminar[Friday, December 2, 2011]
  18. Health Department Encourages Citizens to Eat Smart, Move More[Thursday, December 1, 2011]

November

  1. Solid Waste Seeks Comments on 10-Year Plan[Wednesday, November 23, 2011]
  2. State Makes Changes to Low Income Energy Assistance[Wednesday, November 23, 2011]
  3. Cumberland County Farmers Inducted into County Agriculture Hall of Fame[Friday, November 18, 2011]
  4. Citizens Encouraged to Apply for County Boards, Committees[Thursday, November 17, 2011]
  5. Thanksgiving holiday closings 2011[Tuesday, November 15, 2011]
  6. County Shelter to Offer Animal Adoptions at PetSmart Over Veterans Day Weekend[Thursday, November 10, 2011]
  7. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Raccoon[Tuesday, November 8, 2011]
  8. DSS receives two statewide awards[Tuesday, November 8, 2011]
  9. Senior Employment Program Moves to Spring Lake Office[Friday, November 4, 2011]
  10. Soil and Water Conservation Holds Seedling Sale; Order Deadline is Dec. 1[Friday, November 4, 2011]
  11. County Government Veterans Day Holiday Hours[Thursday, November 3, 2011]
  12. DSS To Host Adoption and Foster Care Events in November[Thursday, November 3, 2011]
  13. State Makes Changes to Low Income Energy Assistance Program[Thursday, November 3, 2011]
  14. Paralyzed Dog Finds New Home[Tuesday, November 1, 2011]

October

  1. DSS Conducts ChildFirst Interview Training[Tuesday, October 18, 2011]
  2. Health Department Offers Flu Shots[Wednesday, October 12, 2011]
  3. One-stop voting starts Oct. 20[Wednesday, October 12, 2011]
  4. Applications for Master Gardener Program Being Accepted[Monday, October 10, 2011]
  5. Athletic Turf Insect Control Workshop[Monday, October 10, 2011]
  6. Grays Creek Water System Meeting on Thursday Night[Monday, October 10, 2011]
  7. Halloween Observance - recommended trick-or-treating hours[Monday, October 10, 2011]
  8. Veterans Services Town Hall Meeting[Monday, October 10, 2011]
  9. Animal Shelter helps paralyzed dog[Monday, October 3, 2011]
  10. Dog Costume Contest to Raise Animal Cruelty Awareness, Funds for Injured Animals[Monday, October 3, 2011]

September

  1. Fall Into Work Job Fair Oct 12[Tuesday, September 27, 2011]
  2. Paving Project to Close DSS Entrance[Tuesday, September 27, 2011]
  3. Cliffdale Library Closing for RFID Improvements[Thursday, September 22, 2011]
  4. One-stop early voting starts Thursday for Fayetteville primary[Wednesday, September 21, 2011]
  5. Three Community Meetings Set for Grays Creek Bond Referendum[Wednesday, September 21, 2011]
  6. Beginning Beekeeping Course[Monday, September 19, 2011]
  7. Community Development Receives Grant for Repair Program[Monday, September 19, 2011]
  8. Cumberland County Fair Coloring Contest[Monday, September 19, 2011]
  9. Cumberland County Fair Ribbon Cutting[Monday, September 19, 2011]
  10. Survey to Gauge Local Interest in Local Foods[Monday, September 19, 2011]
  11. Humanities Scholars Lead Civil War Book Discussions[Friday, September 16, 2011]
  12. Suspected Case of Rabies in Haymount Bat[Monday, September 12, 2011]
  13. County Shelter to Offer Animal Adoptions at PetSmart Saturday and Sunday[Thursday, September 8, 2011]
  14. County Supports Moment of Remembrance on Sept. 11[Thursday, September 8, 2011]
  15. Canine Costume Contest on Oct. 8[Tuesday, September 6, 2011]
  16. County Now Offers Online Job Application Process[Tuesday, September 6, 2011]
  17. County Removes Conviction Question from Job Application[Tuesday, September 6, 2011]

August

  1. County Government Offices Closed Monday for Labor Day[Wednesday, August 31, 2011]
  2. Cumberland 4-H Youth Attends NCACC Youth Summit[Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
  3. Cumberland Youth Part of Winning 4-H Horse Bowl Team[Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
  4. Library Receives Award for Improved Efficiency at Bordeaux Branch[Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
  5. Hurricane Update 8-26[Friday, August 26, 2011]
  6. County Encourages Citizens to Sign up for New Emergency Notification Service [Thursday, August 25, 2011]
  7. Rabies Confirmed in Two Raccoons 8-24-11[Wednesday, August 24, 2011]
  8. Commissioner Edge installed as NCACC President[Tuesday, August 23, 2011]
  9. Cumberland County 4-H member to appear on NC SPIN TV Show[Tuesday, August 23, 2011]
  10. Employers Invited to Participate in Oct. 12 Job Fair[Tuesday, August 23, 2011]
  11. Prepare Emergency Storm Kits Before Hurricane Arrives[Tuesday, August 23, 2011]
  12. Library Speaker Series Spotlights Civil War Novels[Monday, August 22, 2011]
  13. Monday is Last Day for Special Hepatitis A Vaccination Clinic[Thursday, August 18, 2011]
  14. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Grays Creek 8-12-11[Friday, August 12, 2011]
  15. Animal Control Seeks People to Foster Puppies[Thursday, August 11, 2011]
  16. Hepatitis A Vaccination Update 8-11-11[Thursday, August 11, 2011]
  17. Actualización del Departamento de Salud sobre la Inmunización de la Hepatitis A[Wednesday, August 10, 2011]
  18. Actualización sobre la Inmunización de la Hepatitis A 8-10-11[Wednesday, August 10, 2011]
  19. Hepatitis A update - 1,450 doses given and counting 8-10-11[Wednesday, August 10, 2011]
  20. Animal Control Update on Pack Dogs 8-9-11[Tuesday, August 9, 2011]
  21. Health Department Hepatitis A Clinic to open at 10 a.m. Wednesday[Tuesday, August 9, 2011]
  22. Health Department Update on Hepatitis A Immunizations 8-9-11[Tuesday, August 9, 2011]
  23. Help Plan the Future of the Southwest Cumberland Area[Tuesday, August 9, 2011]
  24. Possible Transmission of Hepatitis A at Olive Garden in Fayetteville[Tuesday, August 9, 2011]
  25. Foreign Language Book Sale[Saturday, August 6, 2011]
  26. County Honored for Excellence in Financial Reporting[Friday, August 5, 2011]
  27. County Saves $4.28 Million by Bond Refinancing[Friday, August 5, 2011]
  28. Library Holds Foreign Language Book Sale on Sept. 9-10[Friday, August 5, 2011]
  29. Workshop on Honey Bee Problems Offered[Friday, August 5, 2011]
  30. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County 8-2-11[Tuesday, August 2, 2011]
  31. Animal Control Update on Dog Packs [Monday, August 1, 2011]

July

  1. Animal Control Update on Rabies Threat and Dog Packs[Friday, July 29, 2011]
  2. Two Suspected Rabies Cases in Raccoons Found in Ramsey Street Area[Friday, July 29, 2011]
  3. Cumberland Extension Agent Receives Honors[Thursday, July 28, 2011]
  4. Health Department Advisory - Extremely Dangerous Heat and Humidity[Thursday, July 28, 2011]
  5. King Re-elected to National Organizations Board[Thursday, July 28, 2011]
  6. Suspected Case of Rabies in Fox [Wednesday, July 27, 2011]
  7. Library Receives Grant for Teen Programming[Friday, July 15, 2011]
  8. Fundamentals of Gardening Workshops in August[Thursday, July 14, 2011]
  9. Slots Available for Youth Science Day Camp[Thursday, July 14, 2011]
  10. Growing Up Wild -- Nature Workshop for Teachers[Tuesday, July 12, 2011]
  11. Health Advisory for Smoke, Extreme Heat[Tuesday, July 12, 2011]
  12. Animal Control Seeks Publics Help Reporting Wild Dogs[Monday, July 11, 2011]
  13. Recycle Computer Equipment, TVs at Landfill, Solid Waste Sites[Friday, July 8, 2011]
  14. Senior Health Fair Set for July 27 at DSS[Friday, July 8, 2011]
  15. Suspected Case of Rabies Found in Cumberland County Bat[Thursday, July 7, 2011]
  16. Fall Vegetable Gardening Workshop on July 28[Wednesday, July 6, 2011]

June

  1. County Offices, Libraries Closed July 4[Tuesday, June 28, 2011]
  2. Health Advisory Tips for the High Temperatures[Friday, June 24, 2011]
  3. FEMA Extends Disaster Registration Deadline to July 5[Tuesday, June 21, 2011]
  4. Commissioners Adopt FY2012 Budget[Friday, June 17, 2011]
  5. Commissioner Edge Attends Leadership Program in Washington, DC[Friday, June 17, 2011]
  6. Commissioner King Receives Leadership Award[Friday, June 17, 2011]
  7. Groups Invited to Assist with Long-Term Recovery[Tuesday, June 14, 2011]
  8. Public Hearing on County Budget Tonight at 7 p.m.[Tuesday, June 14, 2011]
  9. County Solid Waste Sites Offer Recycling for Computer Equipment and Televisions[Thursday, June 9, 2011]
  10. Golden Leaf Public Forum Set for June 14[Tuesday, June 7, 2011]
  11. Long-Term Disaster Recovery Introductory Meeting June 13[Tuesday, June 7, 2011]
  12. Public Hearing for North Central Land Use Plan on June 21[Tuesday, June 7, 2011]
  13. Cooperative Extension Offering Crafts for Kids[Friday, June 3, 2011]
  14. Job Fair June 8 at Headquarters Library[Thursday, June 2, 2011]
  15. Commissioners Receive County Managers FY2012 Recommended Budget[Wednesday, June 1, 2011]
  16. Social Services distributes donated fans, opens lobby for heat relief[Wednesday, June 1, 2011]

May

  1. Health Department Hires New Deputy Director[Friday, May 27, 2011]
  2. June 9 Blood Drive at Courthouse[Friday, May 27, 2011]
  3. Mental Health Receives Crisis Counseling Grant for People Affected by Tornadoes[Friday, May 27, 2011]
  4. Cooperative Extension Offers Creative Culinary Kids Workshops [Monday, May 23, 2011]
  5. County Offices Closed for Memorial Day [Monday, May 23, 2011]
  6. Town Hall Meeting Tuesday at Westover Recreation Center[Monday, May 23, 2011]
  7. Countys Strategic Plan Outlines Mission, Vision, Goals[Wednesday, May 18, 2011]
  8. Town Hall Meeting Tonight, Disaster Recovery Center Closing May 26[Wednesday, May 18, 2011]
  9. Storm Update - Three Town Hall Meetings Scheduled, Landfill Hours Return to Normal[Tuesday, May 17, 2011]
  10. Golden Leaf Grant Proposals Due June 3[Thursday, May 12, 2011]
  11. May is National Foster Care Month [Thursday, May 12, 2011]
  12. Schedule Announced for County Budget Meetings[Monday, May 9, 2011]
  13. Applying for Disaster Assistance[Thursday, May 5, 2011]
  14. Disaster Recovery Center Changes Schedule, Now Closed on Sundays[Thursday, May 5, 2011]
  15. County to Waive Fees for Electrical Inspections, Wood Debris for an Additional Two Weeks[Monday, May 2, 2011]
  16. Tuesday Last Day for Storm Victims to Apply for Disaster Food Benefits[Monday, May 2, 2011]

April

  1. Ann St. Landfill Hours Revised[Friday, April 29, 2011]
  2. Sheriffs Office Hosts Special Olympics Torch Run Saturday[Friday, April 29, 2011]
  3. Storm Update April 29 - Disaster Food Benefits, 211 Line, DOT Debris Collection Maps [Friday, April 29, 2011]
  4. County Shelter to Offer Animal Adoptions at PetSmart[Thursday, April 28, 2011]
  5. Disaster Food Benefits Available in Cumberland County April 29-May 3[Thursday, April 28, 2011]
  6. Case of Rabies Confirmed in County April 26[Tuesday, April 26, 2011]
  7. Storm Shelter to Close Wednesday, April 27[Tuesday, April 26, 2011]
  8. All-American Chorus to Perform Wednesday at Courthouse[Monday, April 25, 2011]
  9. Ann Street Landfill Extends Hours for Storm Debris[Monday, April 25, 2011]
  10. Storm Recovery Update for Monday, April 25[Monday, April 25, 2011]
  11. CityCounty Storm Update April 22[Friday, April 22, 2011]
  12. Operation Easter Basket[Friday, April 22, 2011]
  13. Revised City-County Storm Update 4-22-11 [Friday, April 22, 2011]
  14. Disaster Recovery Center Opens Today at Noon at DSS[Thursday, April 21, 2011]
  15. Yard Waste Facility to Open Friday; City to Collect Debris Through Weekend[Thursday, April 21, 2011]
  16. Access cards no longer needed, curfew extended until April 25[Wednesday, April 20, 2011]
  17. Storm Recovery Update 4-20-11[Wednesday, April 20, 2011]
  18. Updated Preliminary Assessment Numbers Show 945 Damaged Homes[Wednesday, April 20, 2011]
  19. Agricultural Damage Assessments Continue[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  20. CityCounty Storm Response Update, April 19, 1030 a.m.[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  21. County to Waive Fees for Electrical Inspections, Wood Debris[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  22. Curfew to be Reinstated Tuesday, April 19[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  23. Debris Pickup to Begin Wednesday[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  24. Governors Information Hotline is Now Operational[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  25. Grants Available for Urgent Home Repairs[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  26. Reilly Road Update - April 19, 3 p.m.[Tuesday, April 19, 2011]
  27. CityCounty Storm Response Update, April 18, 12 p.m.[Monday, April 18, 2011]
  28. CityCounty Storm Update[Monday, April 18, 2011]
  29. Curfew to be Reinstated at 9 p.m., Monday, April 19[Monday, April 18, 2011]
  30. ResidentContractor Identification Process for Storm Damaged Areas[Monday, April 18, 2011]
  31. Upcoming Rabies Clinic at Benjamin Martin Elementary School Cancelled[Monday, April 18, 2011]
  32. Curfew declared for Sunday Night[Sunday, April 17, 2011]
  33. Storm response update Sunday, April 17[Sunday, April 17, 2011]
  34. Shelters opening for storm victims[Saturday, April 16, 2011]
  35. Update on Storm Response[Saturday, April 16, 2011]
  36. Concert Highlights National County Government Month[Thursday, April 14, 2011]
  37. County Announces Easter Holiday Schedule[Thursday, April 14, 2011]
  38. Employers Needed for Summer Youth Program[Thursday, April 14, 2011]
  39. Draft Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Report Available[Tuesday, April 12, 2011]
  40. Chairman Edge Selected for Leadership Institute[Thursday, April 7, 2011]
  41. Animal Control Upgrades May Lead to Possible Delays[Monday, April 4, 2011]
  42. City County Win Public Information Awards[Monday, April 4, 2011]
  43. Veterans Services to Hold Town Hall Meeting[Friday, April 1, 2011]

March

  1. Rabies Vaccination Clinics Scheduled in April[Wednesday, March 30, 2011]
  2. Workforce Development Plans Announced[Wednesday, March 30, 2011]
  3. Commissioners Appoint New County Clerk[Tuesday, March 22, 2011]
  4. Summer Session Grants Available for Military Spouses[Tuesday, March 22, 2011]
  5. Golden LEAF Hosts March 30 Community Forum[Monday, March 21, 2011]
  6. Severe Weather Spotter Training Offered [Wednesday, March 16, 2011]
  7. 2011 Summer Youth Employment Opportunity[Tuesday, March 15, 2011]
  8. Cumberland County - Operation Medicine Drop 2011[Thursday, March 10, 2011]
  9. Community Development Assessment Summary Now Available[Tuesday, March 8, 2011]
  10. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Tuesday, March 8, 2011]
  11. Cooperative Extension to Hold Vegetable Gardening Workshop[Tuesday, March 8, 2011]

February

  1. BOE Meeting 2-28-11[Monday, February 28, 2011]
  2. Health Department TB Investigation Update 2-28-11[Monday, February 28, 2011]
  3. Health Department Reports Current TB Investigation[Friday, February 25, 2011]
  4. UPDATED Health Department Reports Current TB Investigation[Friday, February 25, 2011]
  5. Suspected Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Thursday, February 24, 2011]
  6. Smoke Testing Advisory for Cumberland County Communities[Wednesday, February 23, 2011]
  7. Continue the Golden LEAF Foundation Community Assistance Initiative process[Monday, February 21, 2011]
  8. County Clerk Marie Colgan to Retire July 1[Friday, February 18, 2011]
  9. County Dental Clinic Accepting New Patients[Wednesday, February 16, 2011]
  10. Cannon Appointed Deputy County Manager[Monday, February 14, 2011]
  11. Former Deputy County Manager Pilgrim Awarded Order of the Long Leaf Pine[Wednesday, February 9, 2011]
  12. Day Reporting Center to Host Feb. 16 Open House [Tuesday, February 8, 2011]
  13. Interested Student Applicants Sought for Business Scholarship[Monday, February 7, 2011]
  14. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, February 2, 2011]
  15. Metropolitan Planning Organization Soliciting Transportation Proposals[Wednesday, February 2, 2011]
  16. North Central Area Citizens Planning Committee Meets Feb. 17[Wednesday, February 2, 2011]
  17. Public Invited to Feb. 10 Golden LEAF Community Forum[Wednesday, February 2, 2011]
  18. Commissioner Melvin, Mayor Aekins Receive Awards[Tuesday, February 1, 2011]

January

  1. Corn Growers Association of N.C. Referendum[Monday, January 31, 2011]
  2. Community Development Receives Transitional Housing Grant[Tuesday, January 25, 2011]
  3. Animal Services Phone Service Restored[Monday, January 24, 2011]
  4. Animal Services Phone System Down[Monday, January 24, 2011]
  5. Location Change for Jan. 27 North Central Land Use Meeting[Thursday, January 20, 2011]
  6. Community Development to Hold Public Meetings on Housing Assistance[Wednesday, January 19, 2011]
  7. Bordeaux Branch Library Reopens[Tuesday, January 18, 2011]
  8. Community Development Seeks Funding Proposals[Tuesday, January 18, 2011]
  9. County Offices Closed Jan. 17 for King Holiday[Friday, January 14, 2011]
  10. Animal Services Increases Adoption and Rescue Rate[Thursday, January 13, 2011]
  11. Meetings Scheduled For North Central Area Proposed Detailed Land Use Plan[Thursday, January 13, 2011]
  12. Online Safety Program Offered at Library[Thursday, January 13, 2011]
  13. All Cumberland County Offices and Courts Open at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 12[Tuesday, January 11, 2011]
  14. All Cumberland County Offices and Courts Closed January 10[Monday, January 10, 2011]
  15. All Cumberland County Offices and Courts Closed Tuesday, January 11[Monday, January 10, 2011]
  16. Animal Services Seeks Volunteers[Friday, January 7, 2011]
  17. Veterans Services Announces Scholarships [Thursday, January 6, 2011]

2010

December

  1. Bordeaux Branch Library Closes for Updates[Wednesday, December 29, 2010]
  2. Bordeaux Branch Library Closes for Updates [Wednesday, December 29, 2010]
  3. Public Invited to Jan. 11 Community Forum[Wednesday, December 29, 2010]
  4. Solid Waste Opens Six Sites Wednesday [Tuesday, December 28, 2010]
  5. County and Courts Announce Delayed Openings for Tuesday[Monday, December 27, 2010]
  6. County Landfill and Container Sites Closed Monday[Sunday, December 26, 2010]
  7. Deputy County Manager Pilgrim to Retire [Friday, December 17, 2010]
  8. County Christmas and New Years Holiday Schedule[Wednesday, December 15, 2010]
  9. Grant Money Still Available for Eligible Military Spouses [Tuesday, December 14, 2010]
  10. Revision to earlier grant money release[Tuesday, December 14, 2010]

November

  1. State Lab Confirms Rabies Case in County; Bat Found Saturday[Tuesday, November 30, 2010]
  2. Health Department Extends Hours Dec. 1 for HIV Testing[Tuesday, November 23, 2010]
  3. County Thanksgiving Holiday Closings[Monday, November 22, 2010]
  4. Jail Architects to Meet Tuesday, Nov. 23 with Stakeholders and Public[Thursday, November 18, 2010]
  5. Commissioners to Hold Public Hearing on Grays Creek Water and Sewer Bond Order[Wednesday, November 10, 2010]
  6. Health Department Launches Baby Store Project[Wednesday, November 10, 2010]
  7. North Central Area Citizens Planning Committee Meets Nov. 18[Wednesday, November 10, 2010]
  8. Register of Deeds Redacts Social Security Numbers from Online Documents[Wednesday, November 10, 2010]
  9. Burned Puppy Available for Adoption[Tuesday, November 9, 2010]
  10. County Offices Closed Nov. 11 for Veterans Day[Thursday, November 4, 2010]
  11. Adoption Awareness Fair on Saturday, Nov. 13[Wednesday, November 3, 2010]
  12. Child Support Receives State Awards[Monday, November 1, 2010]

October

  1. Athletic Turfgrass Weed Control Seminar on Friday, Oct. 29[Tuesday, October 26, 2010]
  2. Citizens Planning Committee Meets Thursday, Oct. 28[Tuesday, October 26, 2010]
  3. Spring Semester Grants Available for Military Spouses[Tuesday, October 26, 2010]
  4. Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Oct. 24-30[Friday, October 22, 2010]
  5. Low Income Energy Assistance Program Taking Applications Soon[Thursday, October 21, 2010]
  6. Veterans Services to Hold Town Hall Meeting Nov. 6 at 1 p.m.[Thursday, October 21, 2010]
  7. New Service Provides Birth Certificates from Across NC[Friday, October 15, 2010]
  8. Public Health Department Offers Flu Shots[Monday, October 11, 2010]
  9. Register Now Through Nov. 5 for Master Gardener Training[Friday, October 8, 2010]
  10. One-stop voting starts Oct. 14[Tuesday, October 5, 2010]

September

  1. County Seeks Public Input on Hazard Mitigation Plan[Monday, September 27, 2010]
  2. Library Offers Answer Book - A Key Resource to Community Organizations[Monday, September 27, 2010]
  3. Public Invited to Oct. 6 Job Fair at Crown Expo Center[Monday, September 27, 2010]
  4. West Regional Branch Library Grand Opening Saturday, Oct. 2[Monday, September 27, 2010]
  5. Grays Creek Water and Sewer District Moves Forward on Bond Referendum[Tuesday, September 21, 2010]
  6. Five Community Development Meetings Scheduled throughout County in October[Monday, September 20, 2010]
  7. Canine Costume Contest to Raise Awareness, Emergency Medical Funds[Friday, September 17, 2010]
  8. Special Sept. 20 Meeting on Grays Creek Water and Sewer District Projects[Wednesday, September 15, 2010]
  9. Bordeaux Library Receives Grant for Improvements[Monday, September 13, 2010]
  10. Constitutional Amendment on Nov. 2 Ballot[Monday, September 13, 2010]
  11. Lawson Named Assistant County Manager[Monday, September 13, 2010]
  12. Voter Registration Drives at Cumberland County Agricultural Fair[Monday, September 13, 2010]
  13. North Central Area Citizens Planning Committee Meets Sept. 16 [Friday, September 10, 2010]
  14. Board of Elections Conducts High School Voter Registration Drives[Wednesday, September 1, 2010]
  15. State Association Elects Edge Council to Offices; Honors King; Recognizes Mental Health Program [Wednesday, September 1, 2010]

August

  1. Animal Services Alerts Public About Wild Dog Packs[Tuesday, August 31, 2010]
  2. Grants Available for Farmers[Tuesday, August 31, 2010]
  3. County Government Offices Closed Labor Day[Monday, August 30, 2010]
  4. Register of Deeds offers electronic recording of land records [Tuesday, August 24, 2010]
  5. City-County Appearance Commission Honors Eight Properties[Monday, August 23, 2010]
  6. Employers invited to Oct. 6 job fair at the Crown Center[Friday, August 20, 2010]
  7. North Central Area Citizens Planning Committee Meets Aug. 26 [Thursday, August 19, 2010]
  8. Town of Godwin receives park grant[Thursday, August 19, 2010]
  9. 4th Friday Event Celebrates Walking, Biking[Friday, August 13, 2010]
  10. Register of Deeds Sets Press Conference for Aug. 24 on E-recording Service[Thursday, August 12, 2010]
  11. Chairman Billy R. King Elected to National Board[Friday, August 6, 2010]
  12. Health Department Reminds Parents to Plan Ahead for Immunizations[Friday, August 6, 2010]
  13. Library Hosts Job Fair on Aug. 11[Thursday, August 5, 2010]
  14. Monday, Aug. 9 is Deadline for Superior Court Election Filings [Thursday, August 5, 2010]
  15. E-Conservation Workshop on Sept. 8 offers low-cost ideas to save energy in your home[Monday, August 2, 2010]
  16. Grow What You Eat workshop on Aug. 17 [Monday, August 2, 2010]

July

  1. Summer Craft Workshop for Youth[Friday, July 16, 2010]
  2. Follow the County on Facebook and Twitter[Wednesday, July 14, 2010]
  3. Update on Injured Puppy[Tuesday, July 13, 2010]
  4. Guidelines Change for Food Program, More People May Be Eligible[Friday, July 9, 2010]

June

  1. July 5 County Closings[Tuesday, June 29, 2010]
  2. Commissioners Adopt FY2011 Budget[Tuesday, June 22, 2010]
  3. Public Input Sought on Hazard Mitigation Plan[Tuesday, June 22, 2010]
  4. Animal Services Extends Adoption Hours[Friday, June 18, 2010]
  5. Child Support to Open July 6 at Bradford Center[Friday, June 18, 2010]
  6. DSS Opens Lobby for Heat Relief[Thursday, June 17, 2010]
  7. DSS Seeks Fan Donations[Thursday, June 17, 2010]
  8. Homebuyers Affordable Lending Showcase June 24[Wednesday, June 16, 2010]
  9. Raeford Road Recommendations Revealed at June 22 Public Information Session[Tuesday, June 15, 2010]
  10. Animal Services Director Resignation[Friday, June 11, 2010]
  11. Asbestos Removal at Bradford Center[Friday, June 11, 2010]
  12. Citizens Invited to Planning Sessions[Friday, June 11, 2010]
  13. Keating Named Countys Child Support Director[Friday, June 11, 2010]
  14. Black Bear Spotted at Campground[Friday, June 4, 2010]
  15. Budget Public Hearing on Tuesday[Friday, June 4, 2010]
  16. Early Voting Starts Thursday, June 3[Tuesday, June 1, 2010]

May

  1. Fire Safety Grant Targets Preschoolers[Wednesday, May 26, 2010]
  2. FY2011 Recommended Budget Presented[Wednesday, May 26, 2010]
  3. Memorial Day County Closings[Wednesday, May 26, 2010]
  4. Track Building Permit Reviews Online[Tuesday, May 18, 2010]
  5. County Wins Financial Reporting Award[Friday, May 14, 2010]
  6. Mulch for Sale; New Hours at Solid Waste Container Sites[Friday, May 14, 2010]
  7. Rabies Case Confirmed May 14[Friday, May 14, 2010]
  8. Grants Available for Military Spouses[Thursday, May 13, 2010]
  9. Project Homeless Connect on May 20[Thursday, May 13, 2010]
  10. Senior Health Fair May 19[Thursday, May 13, 2010]
  11. Ozone Season is Here -- Air Quality Tips[Friday, May 7, 2010]

April

  1. Bike and Pedestrian Study Seeks Public Input[Friday, April 23, 2010]
  2. Third Rabies Case Confirmed[Wednesday, April 21, 2010]
  3. Fair Housing Workshop April 22[Tuesday, April 20, 2010]
  4. Veteran Service Officers Attend Training[Tuesday, April 20, 2010]
  5. Commissioners Call for Jail Summit on April 30[Thursday, April 15, 2010]
  6. Rabies Confirmed in Raccoon [Wednesday, April 14, 2010]
  7. Special Meeting on Water Projects Scheduled for April 19[Wednesday, April 14, 2010]
  8. Appearance Commission Awards[Tuesday, April 13, 2010]
  9. County to Establish Child Support Enforcement Department[Tuesday, April 6, 2010]
  10. Cumberland County Wins Two Statewide Awards[Tuesday, April 6, 2010]
  11. New Cumberland Extension Director Named[Tuesday, April 6, 2010]
  12. One-Stop Voting Starts April 15[Thursday, April 1, 2010]

March

  1. County Offices Closed Friday, April 2 for Easter Holiday[Monday, March 29, 2010]
  2. Rabies Case Confirmed in Cumberland County[Friday, March 26, 2010]
  3. Rabies Vaccination Clinics Set for April [Friday, March 26, 2010]
  4. Health Fair April 7 Kicks Off Public Health Month[Thursday, March 25, 2010]
  5. Elected Boards Invited to Ethics Training Thursday[Tuesday, March 23, 2010]
  6. Raeford Road Corridor Public Workshop March 31[Monday, March 22, 2010]
  7. Transportation Project Proposals Requested by FAMPO[Thursday, March 18, 2010]
  8. Veterans Services Holds Town Hall Meeting March 22[Wednesday, March 17, 2010]
  9. Workforce Summer Youth Program Seeks Applicants[Wednesday, March 17, 2010]
  10. Pet Adoptions Resume March 16[Tuesday, March 16, 2010]
  11. Flu clinic set for March 6 at Fuller Recreational Center[Thursday, March 4, 2010]
  12. Pet Adoptions Still on Hold at Shelter[Wednesday, March 3, 2010]
  13. Gilfus Sworn In As Commissioner[Monday, March 1, 2010]

February

  1. DSS Faith in Action Program [Wednesday, February 24, 2010]
  2. Animal Services Halts Pet Adoptions[Wednesday, February 17, 2010]
  3. H1N1 Clinics for Feb. 17-24[Tuesday, February 16, 2010]
  4. Public Safety Task Force Presents Report Feb. 16[Monday, February 15, 2010]
  5. Black History Program Canceled[Friday, February 12, 2010]
  6. H1N1 Clinics for Feb. 10-13[Tuesday, February 9, 2010]
  7. Winds Close Section of Landfill Wednesday, Feb. 10[Tuesday, February 9, 2010]
  8. H1N1 Clinic at St. Patricks Catholic Church[Friday, February 5, 2010]

January

  1. County Closed February 1 Announcement[Sunday, January 31, 2010]
  2. Shelters Closed -- EOC Closing at 4 p.m.[Saturday, January 30, 2010]
  3. Games canceled, Animal Services closed Saturday[Friday, January 29, 2010]
  4. Shelter openings tonight at 8 pm[Friday, January 29, 2010]
  5. H1N1 Clinic Saturday Jan. 23 at Crown Expo Center[Friday, January 22, 2010]
  6. Commissioner Blackwell Resigns[Wednesday, January 20, 2010]
  7. Stimulus Funds for Older Adult Nutrition Programs[Wednesday, January 20, 2010]
  8. H1N1 Clinics Offered Daily 8am - 5pm Starting Tuesday January 19[Thursday, January 14, 2010]
  9. Beginner Beekeeping Class [Wednesday, January 13, 2010]
  10. Community Development Public Forums[Wednesday, January 13, 2010]
  11. County Offices Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day[Monday, January 11, 2010]
  12. Health Department Receives First Complaints From New Smoke-Free Law[Friday, January 8, 2010]
  13. Energy Assistance Available[Thursday, January 7, 2010]
  14. New Health Center Opens Jan. 11[Thursday, January 7, 2010]
  15. Census Event Moved to Library on Wednesday[Tuesday, January 5, 2010]

2009

December

  1. H1N1 Flu Clinics Jan 4-5[Wednesday, December 30, 2009]
  2. Health Dept Limited Services During Move[Wednesday, December 30, 2009]
  3. New Years Day Closing Schedule[Wednesday, December 30, 2009]
  4. County Christmas Closing Schedule[Thursday, December 17, 2009]
  5. Fair Housing Survey[Thursday, December 17, 2009]
  6. Holiday Safety Tips From Emergency Services[Thursday, December 17, 2009]
  7. H1N1 Clinic Dec. 29 for General Public[Wednesday, December 16, 2009]
  8. H1N1 clinic Dec. 10[Tuesday, December 8, 2009]
  9. Concerns Raised Over DSS Records[Monday, December 7, 2009]

November

  1. H1N1 Clinic Saturday, Dec. 5[Monday, November 30, 2009]
  2. Commissioners Act on Stimulus Funds[Tuesday, November 24, 2009]
  3. Commissioners Hire New County Attorney[Tuesday, November 24, 2009]
  4. Pilgrim Appointed to State Post[Tuesday, November 24, 2009]
  5. H1N1 Clinic on Thursday, Nov. 19[Wednesday, November 18, 2009]
  6. Adoption Awareness Fair Nov. 21[Tuesday, November 17, 2009]
  7. Thanksgiving Holiday Closings [Monday, November 16, 2009]
  8. Town Hall Meeting Saturday for Veterans[Monday, November 16, 2009]
  9. H1N1 Flu clinics at schools and Health Dept[Tuesday, November 10, 2009]
  10. H1N1 Clinics Nov. 12-13[Tuesday, November 3, 2009]
  11. Veterans Day Holiday Closing[Tuesday, November 3, 2009]
  12. Horses to be Auctioned Nov. 21[Monday, November 2, 2009]

October

  1. Health Department Runs Out of H1N1 Vaccine[Thursday, October 22, 2009]
  2. H1N1 Vaccine Update - Flu Shot Available[Monday, October 19, 2009]
  3. One-Stop Voting Through Oct. 31[Monday, October 19, 2009]
  4. Low Income Energy Assistance Available[Thursday, October 15, 2009]
  5. Sheriffs Office Sets Trick-or-Treat Curfew[Monday, October 12, 2009]
  6. Courthouse Plaza Project Starts Oct. 12[Friday, October 9, 2009]
  7. El Lunes el Departamento de Salud ofrece la vacuna H1N1[Friday, October 9, 2009]
  8. Health Department Offers H1N1 Vaccine October 12[Friday, October 9, 2009]
  9. Library Hosts Cumberland County Storytelling Festival[Thursday, October 8, 2009]
  10. Condado recibe la primera dosis de la vacuna H1N1[Wednesday, October 7, 2009]
  11. County Receives First H1N1 Vaccine Doses[Wednesday, October 7, 2009]

September

  1. 110 Businesses to Attend October 8 Job Fair[Tuesday, September 29, 2009]
  2. Cumberland County Awarded Large Sum to Support Energy Efficiency and Conservation[Tuesday, September 29, 2009]
  3. County Holds Public Meetings on Grays Creek Water and Sewer District[Friday, September 25, 2009]
  4. New Items Banned at Landfill Take Effect October 1[Wednesday, September 23, 2009]
  5. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Tuesday, September 22, 2009]
  6. Emergency Services Director Earns State Award[Wednesday, September 16, 2009]
  7. Emergency Services Director Earns State Award[Tuesday, September 15, 2009]
  8. NOAA National Weather Service Declares Cumberland County StormReady[Tuesday, September 15, 2009]
  9. NOAA National Weather Service Declares Cumberland County StormReady[Monday, September 14, 2009]
  10. Press Conference on H1N1 Flu Campaign[Wednesday, September 9, 2009]
  11. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Tuesday, September 1, 2009]
  12. Distribuir el Mensaje Acerca del H1N1[Tuesday, September 1, 2009]
  13. Getting Message Out About H1N1[Tuesday, September 1, 2009]

August

  1. Edge Elected to State Association Post[Monday, August 31, 2009]
  2. Computer Labs Closed[Sunday, August 30, 2009]
  3. Labor Day County Government Closings[Sunday, August 30, 2009]
  4. National Magazine Features Mapping Web Site[Thursday, August 27, 2009]
  5. Commissioners Approve Bond Applications Consultant and Public Meeting[Monday, August 24, 2009]
  6. County Will Offer Rides to Rural Residents[Friday, August 21, 2009]
  7. Tax Bills Mailed[Tuesday, August 18, 2009]
  8. Employers Invited to October Job Fair[Wednesday, August 12, 2009]
  9. County Receives Financial Reporting Honor[Thursday, August 6, 2009]
  10. Harvey Raynor Interim County Attorney[Tuesday, August 4, 2009]
  11. Commissioners Appoint Interim County Attorney[Monday, August 3, 2009]

July

  1. Cumberland County Mourns Loss of County Attorney[Friday, July 31, 2009]
  2. Confirmed Case of Rabies in Cumberland County[Wednesday, July 22, 2009]
  3. County Animal Services Department Receives Grant for Pet Vaccines[Wednesday, July 22, 2009]
  4. July 13 Letter to Students TB[Monday, July 13, 2009]
  5. TB Testing Release[Monday, July 13, 2009]
  6. New Ordinance Prohibits Chaining of Dogs[Tuesday, July 7, 2009]
  7. H1N1 Update - 2 More Cases[Thursday, July 2, 2009]

June

  1. Independence Day Holiday Schedule for County Government[Friday, June 26, 2009]
  2. Farmers Market Comes to Courthouse Parking Lot on Saturday[Thursday, June 25, 2009]
  3. County Saves Money with General Obligation Bonds[Wednesday, June 24, 2009]
  4. LEO Receive Specialized Training for Dealing with Mental Health Issues[Tuesday, June 23, 2009]
  5. DSS Opens Lobby to Escape Heat[Thursday, June 18, 2009]
  6. Wilson Named Health Department Director[Wednesday, June 17, 2009]
  7. Health Officials Notified of First Case of H1N1[Friday, June 5, 2009]
  8. Health Officials Notified of First Case of H1N1[Thursday, June 4, 2009]
  9. Children Tested To Rule Out TB[Wednesday, June 3, 2009]
  10. Health Officials Notified of First Case of H1N1[Wednesday, June 3, 2009]
  11. Karen Long Named General Manager for Cumberland County Civic Center[Wednesday, June 3, 2009]

May

  1. Health Agencies Partner To Provide Flu Advice[Monday, May 4, 2009]
  2. Health Agencies Partner To Provide Flu Advice[Friday, May 1, 2009]

April

  1. Health Agencies Partner To Provide Flu Advice[Thursday, April 30, 2009]
  2. Health Agencies Partner To Provide Flu Advice[Wednesday, April 29, 2009]
  3. Health Agencies Partner To Provide Flu Advice[Tuesday, April 28, 2009]
  4. Animal Control Shelter Closed Good Friday[Friday, April 3, 2009]

February

  1. Ordinance Of The Cumberland County Board Of Commissioners Prohibiting Tethering Of Dogs[Tuesday, February 3, 2009]
  2. New Tethering Ordinance, Effective 1 August 2009[Monday, February 2, 2009]

January

  1. Update of Schedule on January 21 Due to Inclement Weather[Wednesday, January 21, 2009]
  2. Closure-Delay-Jan20[Tuesday, January 20, 2009]
  3. Update on Court Closing[Tuesday, January 20, 2009]
  4. County Permit Inspections Can Now Be Tracked Online[Monday, January 12, 2009]

2008

December

  1. Cumberland County Offers Prescription Drug Discount Card[Tuesday, December 16, 2008]

November

  1. Safe Water Task Force Website and Brochure[Friday, November 21, 2008]

October

  1. One Stop Voting Hours Extended on Saturday[Friday, October 31, 2008]
  2. Bond Rating Upgraded by Standard and Poors[Wednesday, October 1, 2008]

September

  1. Media Advisory Correction Update2 on Tropical Storm Hanna[Friday, September 5, 2008]
  2. Media Advisory Tropical Storm Hanna[Friday, September 5, 2008]
  3. Media Advisory Update on Tropical Storm Hanna[Friday, September 5, 2008]

April

  1. Everyone Benefits Everyone Shares - Sales Tax[Thursday, April 17, 2008]
  2. Free NC Lawyer Flyer[Thursday, April 3, 2008]

2007

December

  1. Food Drive Reaps Help for the Hungry[Thursday, December 6, 2007]

November

  1. 2007 Christmas Food Drive[Thursday, November 15, 2007]
  2. Grand Opening - New Animal Control Facility[Tuesday, November 13, 2007]

October

  1. Low Income Energy Assistance[Wednesday, October 31, 2007]
  2. 8th Rabies Case 2007 - 210 South[Tuesday, October 16, 2007]

September

  1. Handout of One-Quarter Cent Sales Tax Briefing[Thursday, September 27, 2007]
  2. One-Quarter Cent Sales Tax Briefing[Thursday, September 27, 2007]
  3. 7th Rabies Case - Mirror Lake Drive[Friday, September 21, 2007]
  4. 6th Rabies Case - Buttermere Drive[Thursday, September 20, 2007]
  5. One-Quarter Cent Sales Tax On November Ballot[Monday, September 10, 2007]

August

  1. Initial Assessment of Consolidation Feasibility[Wednesday, August 29, 2007]
  2. Filing Period for Eastover Sanitary District Opens[Friday, August 24, 2007]
  3. FAMPO Newspaper Flyer[Monday, August 6, 2007]
  4. FAMPO Public Service Announcement[Monday, August 6, 2007]

June

  1. Presentation on City-County Consolidation[Thursday, June 14, 2007]

May

  1. Fourth Confirmed Rabies Case[Tuesday, May 8, 2007]
  2. Third Confirmed Case of Rabies[Wednesday, May 2, 2007]

April

  1. Second Confirmed Case of Rabies[Thursday, April 26, 2007]
  2. Medical Needs Registry[Monday, April 23, 2007]
  3. City and Cumberland County Schedule Second Consolidation Teleconference at FTCC[Monday, April 2, 2007]

February

  1. Open House Schedule for 2030 Growth Vision Plan[Thursday, February 22, 2007]
  2. Second Round Meetings for 2030 Growth Vision Plan[Thursday, February 22, 2007]
  3. First Confirmed Rabies Case for 2007[Thursday, February 8, 2007]

January

  1. Cumberland County Cares[Wednesday, January 31, 2007]

2006

November

  1. Animal Control Qualifies for State Licensing[Tuesday, November 14, 2006]
  2. County Health Department Offering Flu Shots[Monday, November 13, 2006]

September

  1. County to Auction Surplus Vehicles[Thursday, September 28, 2006]
  2. County Manager James E Martin Credentialed By ICMA[Tuesday, September 26, 2006]
  3. Trial Period of Extended DSS Hours Ends[Monday, September 25, 2006]
  4. Fall Into Work - Employment Fair[Thursday, September 21, 2006]
  5. Cumberland County Commissioners Appointed to Assoc. Board[Wednesday, September 20, 2006]

August

  1. Tropical Storm Ernesto - Media Advisory[Thursday, August 31, 2006]
  2. Air Quality Good News[Wednesday, August 9, 2006]
  3. Second Confirmed Case of Rabies for 2006[Monday, August 7, 2006]

July

  1. DSS Repeats Heat Respite Offer[Monday, July 31, 2006]
  2. Cumberland County DSS Offers Respite From Heat[Tuesday, July 18, 2006]
  3. Early Contributors to American Heart Assoc. Annual Fundraiser[Tuesday, July 18, 2006]
  4. Cumberland County Earns National Awards of Excellence[Monday, July 10, 2006]

June

  1. First Confirmed Case of Rabies[Wednesday, June 7, 2006]
  2. Public Library Receives National PR Recognition[Monday, June 5, 2006]
  3. Orbit Comet Exercise[Thursday, June 1, 2006]

May

  1. Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month[Friday, May 26, 2006]
  2. Veterans At Risk For Identity Theft[Tuesday, May 23, 2006]
  3. Unveiling New Website[Friday, May 12, 2006]
  4. Army Community–Fort Bragg–Fayetteville Assessment Report[Monday, May 8, 2006]

April

  1. Excellence in Financial Reporting[Tuesday, April 18, 2006]
  2. Be Aware Of Our Air Day[Thursday, April 13, 2006]

March

  1. Headquarters Library Announcement[Thursday, March 30, 2006]
  2. DSS Extends Hours[Tuesday, March 28, 2006]
  3. NACo Honors Cumberland County[Tuesday, March 21, 2006]
  4. NC Helping Neighbors Fund[Friday, March 3, 2006]

January

  1. Medicare Drug[Friday, January 6, 2006]
  2. Public Forum on Voting Equipment[Thursday, January 5, 2006]

2005

September

  1. Fall Into Work Flyer 2005[Thursday, September 22, 2005]
  2. Future of Cumberland Month[Monday, September 12, 2005]
  3. Growth Vision Task Force[Monday, September 12, 2005]

July

  1. Extreme Heat Forecasts[Tuesday, July 26, 2005]

June

  1. Fifth Case of Rabies Confirmed[Wednesday, June 1, 2005]

April

  1. 4th Case of Rabies Confirmed[Friday, April 22, 2005]
  2. Air Quality Stakeholders Scheduling Press Conference[Wednesday, April 20, 2005]
  3. Walkable Communities Focus of Workshops[Friday, April 15, 2005]

March

  1. Job Fair[Tuesday, March 1, 2005]

2004

August

  1. No Till Grain Drill[Tuesday, August 24, 2004]

July

  1. Scranton Volunteer Fire Department[Saturday, July 31, 2004]
  2. New Venue at Fourth Friday Events[Friday, July 16, 2004]
  3. Library Programs for August[Thursday, July 1, 2004]

April

  1. Library Program Schedule for May[Monday, April 5, 2004]
  2. Library Announces Program Rescheduling[Saturday, April 3, 2004]

March

  1. Military Joins Anniversary Celebration[Friday, March 19, 2004]
  2. Celebrate Our 250th Year Anniversary[Thursday, March 11, 2004]
  3. McIntyre Meets with County Commissioners[Tuesday, March 2, 2004]

February

  1. Adult Slow-Pitch Softball[Tuesday, February 3, 2004]

2003

May

  1. Safe Kids Day To Be Held May 18[Thursday, May 2, 2013]

December

  1. Chapel Hill Road Project in Spring Lake[Thursday, December 4, 2003]
  2. Commissioners Elect New Officers[Monday, December 1, 2003]

November

  1. Public Hearing on Parks and Rec Merger[Wednesday, November 12, 2003]
  2. Check Presented To Freedom Memorial Park[Monday, November 10, 2003]

October

  1. Commissioner Breeden Blackwell Earns Award[Thursday, October 30, 2003]
  2. Library Programs for November[Monday, October 6, 2003]
  3. Business Yard of the Month[Wednesday, October 1, 2003]

September

  1. Bookfair to Benefit NC Public Libraries[Tuesday, September 30, 2003]
  2. Bookfair Voucher[Tuesday, September 30, 2003]
  3. Flu and Pneumonia Shot Schedules[Tuesday, September 30, 2003]
  4. We Need to Raise Litter-Free Kids[Thursday, September 25, 2003]
  5. Officials Prepare for Hurricane Isabel[Wednesday, September 17, 2003]
  6. 4th Annual Guest Author Event[Friday, September 5, 2003]
  7. Library Program for October[Friday, September 5, 2003]

August

  1. Health Officials Urge Caution[Thursday, August 28, 2003]
  2. Library Offers Improved Test Preparation[Tuesday, August 26, 2003]
  3. Parents Warned Against Viruses[Tuesday, August 26, 2003]
  4. Spring Lake Branch Library Temporarily Closed[Monday, August 25, 2003]
  5. Fox Bites Residents[Thursday, August 14, 2003]
  6. Library Programs for September[Friday, August 1, 2003]

July

  1. MosquitoFlyer[Wednesday, July 30, 2003]
  2. West Nile Virus Found in Stedman Area[Wednesday, July 30, 2003]
  3. County Residents May Purchase Flood Insurance[Friday, July 25, 2003]
  4. Second Confirmed Case of Rabies[Tuesday, July 22, 2003]
  5. Library Programs for August[Tuesday, July 1, 2003]

March

  1. Library Hosts Wright Brothers Show[Friday, March 7, 2003]
  2. Military and Government Collection Updated[Thursday, March 6, 2003]
  3. Library Programs for April[Monday, March 3, 2003]

February

  1. Library Programs for March[Monday, February 3, 2003]

January

  1. Library Presents NC Reads NC Our Poets Speak[Monday, January 6, 2003]
  2. Patriot Act and Homeland Security Public Forum[Monday, January 6, 2003]
  3. Library Programs for February[Thursday, January 2, 2003]

2002

November

  1. Library Programs for December[Monday, November 4, 2002]

October

  1. Library Presents Images from the Middle East[Wednesday, October 23, 2002]
  2. Nicholas Sparks Event Sold Out[Wednesday, October 9, 2002]

July

  1. World Breastfeeding Week[Monday, July 22, 2002]
  2. Fourth Rabies Case[Friday, July 19, 2002]

June

  1. Third Rabies Case Being Investigated[Friday, June 7, 2002]

May

  1. Library Unveils New Logo[Thursday, May 16, 2002]
  2. Talmage Baggett Receives Leadership Award[Thursday, May 16, 2002]
  3. Library Programs for June[Wednesday, May 8, 2002]

April

  1. National County Government Week[Friday, April 5, 2002]

March

  1. Planning and Inspections Director[Thursday, March 21, 2002]
  2. 4th Annual Job Fair[Monday, March 11, 2002]
  3. Pine Forest High School[Monday, March 11, 2002]
  4. Contractor Abandons Jail Job[Tuesday, March 5, 2002]
  5. Probable Case Of Tuberculosis[Monday, March 4, 2002]

February

  1. Funeral for Homeless Veteran[Tuesday, February 26, 2002]
  2. 1st Confirmed Rabies Case of the Year[Wednesday, February 20, 2002]
  3. Governor to Withhold Millions to County[Friday, February 8, 2002]

2001

December

  1. Library Trustees Retire from Service[Wednesday, December 19, 2001]
  2. Library Recognizes Exceptional Employees[Friday, December 14, 2001]
  3. Newly Elected Board of Commissioners Chairman[Monday, December 10, 2001]
  4. Federal Grant Benefits Hispanic Community[Wednesday, December 5, 2001]
  5. Library Entrance Temporarily Moved[Wednesday, December 5, 2001]
  6. Una Donación Federal para la Comunidad Hispana[Wednesday, December 5, 2001]

November

  1. E-911 Addressing System[Tuesday, November 27, 2001]
  2. Governor to Present Volunteer Awards[Friday, November 9, 2001]
  3. Trees of Strength Campaign[Friday, November 9, 2001]
  4. Events That Shaped September 11[Tuesday, November 6, 2001]
  5. Copper Found in Water System[Monday, November 5, 2001]

October

  1. Library Launches StartSquad Kids’ Portal[Thursday, October 25, 2001]
  2. Memorial Banner at Headquarters Library[Monday, October 22, 2001]
  3. Local Library Ranks High[Thursday, October 18, 2001]
  4. Anthrax Concerns to be Addressed[Tuesday, October 16, 2001]
  5. Make Reading A Hobbit[Sunday, October 14, 2001]
  6. Library Welcomes Author Eric Schlosser[Friday, October 12, 2001]

September

  1. Local Book Club Donates Money[Friday, September 28, 2001]
  2. Community Prayer Service[Thursday, September 20, 2001]
  3. New Interim Animal Control Director[Thursday, September 20, 2001]
  4. DSS to Host Fall Into Work Job Fair[Wednesday, September 19, 2001]
  5. Library Posts Resources[Friday, September 14, 2001]
  6. Prayer Vigil Scheduled[Thursday, September 13, 2001]
  7. Library Receives Second Hispanic Services Grant[Tuesday, September 4, 2001]
  8. Library Card Sign–Up Month[Saturday, September 1, 2001]

August

  1. Inquiry of Animal Control Operation[Thursday, August 30, 2001]
  2. Library Offers Test Preparation Resource[Tuesday, August 7, 2001]

July

  1. CommuniCare Inc Receives Award[Tuesday, July 31, 2001]
  2. History in the Making[Tuesday, July 31, 2001]
  3. Blood Drive[Monday, July 16, 2001]
  4. Library Director Elected to National Board[Friday, July 13, 2001]

June

  1. Summer Reading Clubs Begin[Monday, June 11, 2001]
  2. Youth Employment Certificates [Thursday, June 7, 2001]
  3. Veterans' Services Office Relocates[Wednesday, June 6, 2001]
  4. Initial Meeting Of The Local Fitness Council[Tuesday, June 5, 2001]
  5. White Goods Disposal Sites[Friday, June 1, 2001]

May

  1. Answer Books Available at Libraries[Thursday, May 31, 2001]
  2. Library Recognizes Exceptional Employees[Monday, May 21, 2001]
  3. Library Recognizes Volunteers[Monday, May 21, 2001]
  4. Expansion of White Goods Disposal Sites[Tuesday, May 15, 2001]
  5. Local Plant Experiences Minor Chemical Spill[Thursday, May 10, 2001]

April

  1. Poetry Contest Winners Announced[Friday, April 20, 2001]
  2. Library Announces Contest Winners[Wednesday, April 4, 2001]

March

  1. Cliffdale Branch Library Celebrates[Monday, March 19, 2001]
  2. Library Board of Trustees[Friday, March 16, 2001]
  3. 3rd Annual Job Fair[Thursday, March 8, 2001]
  4. Library Joins New Outreach Campaign[Thursday, March 1, 2001]
  5. Library Wireless Computer Networks[Thursday, March 1, 2001]
  6. School Zone Television Show[Thursday, March 1, 2001]

February

  1. Headquarters Library Computer Area[Tuesday, February 27, 2001]
  2. Sheriff's Office Events in Planning[Tuesday, February 27, 2001]

January

  1. Public Library Quiz Bowl Competition[Monday, January 22, 2001]
  2. Local Author to Speak at Library Headquarters[Friday, January 19, 2001]
  3. Library to Offer DVDs[Monday, January 8, 2001]
  4. Meningitis Update[Monday, January 8, 2001]
  5. Library Hosts Forums on Community Issues[Wednesday, January 3, 2001]
  6. Library Recognizes Exceptional Employees[Wednesday, January 3, 2001]
  7. Library to Raise Fees[Wednesday, January 3, 2001]

2000

December

  1. Home Fire Prevention Tips[Wednesday, December 20, 2000]
  2. Student Lighthouses to be Featured in Library[Monday, December 11, 2000]
  3. CCPL and IC Wins Awards[Friday, December 8, 2000]
  4. Former County Commissioner Honored[Friday, December 8, 2000]
  5. Cumberland-Harnett Boundary Line Survey[Thursday, December 7, 2000]
  6. Shopping Alert[Monday, December 4, 2000]

November

  1. CCPL and IC Named Brand Champ[Wednesday, November 29, 2000]
  2. Spaghetti Luncheon[Monday, November 20, 2000]
  3. Chemical Release in Vander[Tuesday, November 7, 2000]
  4. Gates Foundation Grant[Monday, November 6, 2000]
  5. Teen Read Week Contest Winners[Monday, November 6, 2000]
  6. CCPL and IC Receives Donation of Law Books[Friday, November 3, 2000]
  7. Halloween 2000 Costume Contest Winners[Thursday, November 2, 2000]

October

  1. National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week[Monday, October 23, 2000]
  2. Teen Read Contest Winners[Saturday, October 21, 2000]
  3. Library Shines in National Comparison[Thursday, October 19, 2000]
  4. Halloween Safety Tips[Tuesday, October 17, 2000]
  5. School Zone Crossing Guard Fatality[Thursday, October 12, 2000]
  6. Library Welcomes Author John Berendt[Friday, October 6, 2000]
  7. National Children's Book Week[Friday, October 6, 2000]
  8. Renew Library Materials from Home[Friday, October 6, 2000]
  9. Strickland Arrest - Update[Monday, October 2, 2000]

September

  1. Strickland Arrest[Saturday, September 30, 2000]
  2. October 2000 Weekenders[Friday, September 29, 2000]
  3. Baby at Health Department Arrest[Wednesday, September 20, 2000]
  4. Property Tax Information on the Internet[Wednesday, September 20, 2000]
  5. Child Abandonment[Monday, September 18, 2000]
  6. Newborn Baby Found[Monday, September 18, 2000]
  7. Video Gaming Machines[Friday, September 15, 2000]
  8. Gun Locks and Bridge Dedication Service[Friday, September 8, 2000]
  9. New Cumberland County Manager Named[Tuesday, September 5, 2000]

August

  1. NC Assoc of County Commissioners Conference[Monday, August 21, 2000]
  2. New Local Fitness Council[Monday, August 21, 2000]
  3. Eastern Equine Encephalitis Found[Friday, August 18, 2000]
  4. County Manager Resignation Letter[Wednesday, August 16, 2000]
  5. Barricaded Subject Innisbrook Court[Tuesday, August 15, 2000]
  6. Library Card Sign-Up Month[Monday, August 14, 2000]
  7. Local Teens Express Appreciation[Monday, August 14, 2000]
  8. Back to School[Friday, August 4, 2000]
  9. Public Service Announcement[Friday, August 4, 2000]
  10. Rubella Vaccination Efforts Intensify[Friday, August 4, 2000]
  11. Media Advisory[Thursday, August 3, 2000]
  12. Mental Health Director Receives Award[Wednesday, August 2, 2000]
  13. Summer Reading Club Winners Recognized[Wednesday, August 2, 2000]

July

  1. Back to School[Monday, July 31, 2000]
  2. Flim Flam Man[Friday, July 21, 2000]
  3. Help to Domestic Violence Victims[Thursday, July 20, 2000]

June

  1. Votes to Reduce CCPL and IC Service Hours[Thursday, June 29, 2000]
  2. NAPWDA 2000 National Workshop[Tuesday, June 13, 2000]

May

  1. Lake Rim Park Dedication[Wednesday, May 10, 2000]
  2. Information and Referral Awareness Week[Friday, May 5, 2000]

April

  1. Soil And Water Stewardship Week[Saturday, April 15, 2000]

March

  1. First Radios in Warning Project[Thursday, March 30, 2000]
  2. Parcel Number Changes[Thursday, March 30, 2000]
  3. Easter Fun for Free[Wednesday, March 29, 2000]
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