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Van Geons receives statewide Innovation of the Year Award Robert Van Geons, CEO and president of the Fayetteville Cumberland Economic Development Corp., has been recognized with the inaugural Innovation of the Year Award, the North Carolina Economic Development Association announced Wednesday.

A national homebuilder would create 189 jobs in Fayetteville and build a factory to make trusses and other construction components, according to a report presented to the City Council.

A Miami-based company that operates nearly 100 senior medical centers in 12 states will open a facility on Raeford Road, according to the Fayetteville Cumberland Economic Development Corp.

Electronics repair shop opens in Fayetteville Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions, an electronics repair shop, has opened in Fayetteville at 4225 A Ramsey St. The store offers professional …

Water rates will increase next year for customers of the Fayetteville Public Works Commission after the board unanimously approved the utility’s budget for fiscal year 2022-23. The cost of electricity will not change.

Bill Kirby Jr.: Chamber mum on president’s departure

Greater Fayetteville Chamber leaders were full of excitement and enthusiasm just more than 12 months ago in announcing Shari Fiveash would be the new president and chief executive officer of the organization. So was Fiveash.

The Fayetteville City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to move forward with implementing a revised affordable-housing policy, including bringing back an incentive program and developing a housing trust fund.

Developers will not have to deal with temporary restrictions on lot size and setbacks after a vote by the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday morning. A motion to establish a 90-day moratorium for zero lot-line development failed to get a majority vote.

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners on Monday will consider a proposal to eliminate zero lot line development in the county.  Zero lot line development allows builders to build …

Home-grown and handcrafted

As the sun tries to break through the clouds on the last Saturday in April, the atmosphere at the City Market at the Museum is cheery and upbeat. Most of the nearly 25 vendors have set up their tables and arranged their wares. A few are still organizing their stock while chatting with neighbors.

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