Seeking Safety: Can preschool help fight crime?
Most children who participate in early education programs are more prepared for kindergarten - academically, socially and emotionally - than those who don't. Studies have indicated that early education translates into higher graduation rates, better paying jobs and a lower tendency to get in trouble with the law.
Anti-violence youth gunned down, but not silenced
Dressed in jeans, a low-neck T-shirt and white sneakers, 19-year-old Ravon Jordan strode confidently to the podium to address the city council.
Qualified special ed teachers hard to find
In about a month, traditional calendar students will jam the hallways of Cumberland County schools. Whether there will be enough teachers there to greet them remains a question.challenge -- county is facing he's live in our newsroom at the Fayetteville observer Gilbert. But you know exactly the problem is that superintendent truly can't put a number on the amount of teachers who have
Fayetteville vehicle wreck leaves three dead
Fayetteville police said three people were killed Wednesday evening in a wreck involving four vehicles.closer look at the scene in photos from our partners at the Fayetteville observer . Three people died in this wreck police were called out here around 6:30 this evening it appears to trucks innocent day and
Residents concerned about possible Cumberland chicken plant
Sanderson Farms officials confirmed Wednesday that they are considering a Cumberland County site for a new chicken processing plant.company leaders today he joins us live from our newsroom at the Fayetteville observer with the details -- Whatever it's been dubbed project density and until now fabled city leaders in -- could ministers just. Did
Hope Mills approves $9.4M settlement in dam lawsuit
The Hope Mills Board of Commissioners on Monday night unanimously accepted a $9.4 million settlement in its lawsuit over the failed Hope Mills Lake Dam.
Fayetteville mayor wants curfew for youth
Fayetteville's mayor says he believes a citywide curfew for children could help curb violence in the city.
DSS: People have to apply to get a donated fan
Dozens of fans collected by a Fayetteville radio station to help poor and elderly residents cope with the summer heat sit unused because few have applied to obtain them, officials said Thursday.W Mario's -- -- joins us live from our newsroom in the Fayetteville observer to explain. Why the fans aren't -- those who need them Gilbert what's the problem. Well David I remember doing this story
Fox that attacked Hope Mills toddler tests positive for rabies
State public health officials said Tuesday that a fox that attacked a 2-year-old over the weekend in a Hope Mills yard tested positive for rabies.with their dog Gilbert phases like tonight in our newsroom in the Fayetteville observer . With their story and what a story it is Gilbert. Joan -- it is an incredible story. And you know if you
Nursing home owner accused of stealing money, meds
The owner of a Fayetteville nursing home faces nearly two dozen charges after authorities says she stole patients' money and medicine to buy crack cocaine and other drugs. Read more at https://wral-pubtools.cbcnewmedia.com/fayetteville-nursing-home-s-owner-accused-of-stealing-from-patients-to-get-drugs/13786047/#27djGVgIIGH5ovSt.99crack cocaine Gilbert based on the -- from our news of the Fayetteville observer would details Gilbert. Jones activists is a very disturbing story 54 year old Victoria white. Of faces nearly two dozen charges authorities