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Fayetteville Public Works Commission and the city will host Industry Day Business Networking on Tuesday in an effort to reach out to local businesses about business opportunities.

A Mardi Gras-themed appreciation and awards banquet was held for custodial workers by Cumberland County Schools. The evening recognized the work of custodians across the district, according to a …

Disabled American Veterans and RecruitMilitary will host the Fort Bragg Veterans Job Fair  from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at Iron Mike Conference Center on Fort Bragg.   Registration is free and available online to all transitioning military members, veterans, military spouses and dependents. 

All of us knew where we could find that special card for a loved one, be it a birthday, an anniversary, a graduation, a get-well-soon or a condolence. A Christmas card, a Mother’s Day or …

The Cumberland County Board of Education approved the appointment of Lavette Alston-Braswell as assistant superintendentof K-12 instructional programs.

Cumberland County is accepting bids from child care center operators to serve county employees and families. The proposal number is RFP, No. 23-27-ADM Childcare Center Operator.

Bobby Jones Links, an Atlanta-based club management and advisory services company, has entered a consulting partnership with Woodlake Country Club, a privately owned country club in Vass.

What is Blue Cross Blue Shield NC up to?

After a  high-profile contract loss this winter, nonprofit health insurance Blue Cross Blue Shield NC is asking lawmakers for a serious and potentially far-reaching change to state regulations so that it can behave more like national for-profit competitors. 

Cumberland County Cooperative Extension is accepting nominations for induction into the Cumberland County Agricultural Hall of Fame for 2023, according to a county news release. The Hall of Fame …

Dick Gill is reflecting these days on more than 50 years ago, when he first installed a burglar alarm for his father’s real estate business in north Fayetteville. “He had a break-in at his office,” Gill says. “I was working at Sears Roebuck, but I made an alarm and put it in his office. It was just a rig, but it worked.” William Gill never had another break-in at his business.

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