Preliminary site plans for a Costco Wholesale store in Fayetteville are posted on the Cumberland County Development Review Finder website. It would be the first Fayetteville location for the international retailer that has warehouse club stores in eight countries.
In this week’s notebook: Lisa Kennedy Geddie promoted to president of Coldwell Banker Advantage’s Sandhills region; Red Hat to be at Fayetteville Technical Community College to discuss job opportunities, training options; Methodist earns ‘Best for Vets’ ranking; Cooperative Extension to conduct Master Gardener volunteer training.
The Fayetteville City Council has narrowly rejected a plan for a 237-unit residential neighborhood on land beneath a primary flight pattern for Fayetteville Regional Airport.
Long wait times for disposing of bulk waste are in the past with the new Ann Street Reimagined project.
In this week’s notebook: Larry Keen and Amy Cannon are recognized for their support of a local leadership program; Harnett Health completes its switch to Epic, a new electronic medical records system.
Cumberland County ranked 12th among North Carolina’s 100 counties in travel and tourism revenue in 2021, according to a new annual report that shows visitor spending totaled nearly $610 million last year and continues to play a significant role in the Cumberland County economy.
A large contingent of residents of the Briarwood Hills-Clairway neighborhoods turned out Monday night to oppose a request for a special-use permit that would allow three duplexes to be built on Colgate Drive. The Fayetteville City Council voted 8-2 to deny the permit request after a hearing.
A nearly $3 million grant from the state will help Fayetteville Regional Airport add hangar space, beef up security — and maybe even make room for another airline to operate. Earlier this month, the Fayetteville City Council accepted the $2.97 million grant from the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Another business day was done at Nathan’s Auto Repair alongside Carvers Falls Road, just off of Ramsey Street in north Fayetteville. But this Sept. 15 afternoon would be different for Nathan and Cindy Page, as this would be their last day in the automotive repair business after 41 years.
The culinary arts program at Fayetteville Technical Community College is training aspiring chefs and restaurant managers in part by serving up gourmet lunches and dinners to the public, giving students hands-on experience preparing meals.