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Cumberland hires new assistant county manager Brian Haney has been hired as Cumberland County’s assistant county manager for general government and stewardship. He will start April 18, …

Fayetteville PWC establishing Small Local Supplier Program

The Fayetteville Public Works Commission on Wednesday heard an update on a program that will offer opportunities for small businesses to compete with other similarly situated businesses for procurement opportunities from the utility.

MetroNet launches gigabit internet service in Cumberland County

Mayor Mitch Colvin has dubbed Fayetteville as the next “Gigabit City.” That’s because on Tuesday, the Evansville, Indiana-based MetroNet officially launched gigabit internet service in parts of Fayetteville and Cumberland County.

David Guidi will join Fayetteville Academy as its upper school director on July 1, the school said in a release. Guidi currently works in Austin, Texas, as the assistant dean of students, fine arts department chairman, a college counselor and music teacher at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School.

Jack Britt educator named NC Virtual Teacher of the Year Angela Haynes, an English teacher at Jack Britt High School, has been named the 2022 NC Virtual Teacher of the Year. The North Carolina …

Crypto miner power draw raises environmental concerns

A new crypto mining facility in Fayetteville will be among the city’s top 10 power consumers when it starts operations in August. California-based Plan C Crypto will operate an old …

Fortuna BMC Inc., a California-based IT and business management consulting company, is expanding to Cumberland County. The company is hiring for 50 remote call center jobs, the Fayetteville Cumberland County Economic Development Corp. said in a release.

The Olive Garden was temporarily closed Wednesday after a fire in the kitchen. The fire was reported around 6:50 a.m. at the restaurant on North McPherson Church Road.

The state Department of Labor announced Tuesday that it is fining Mountaire Farms in Lumber Bridge $21,000 for failing to provide employees effective information and training on hazardous chemicals and for failing to make them wear eye or face protection.

Fryer takes on role on national home builders council Natalie Fryer, the executive officer for the Home Builders Association of Fayetteville, was sworn in Feb. 9 as secretary for the Executive …

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