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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 Personnel Committee of the Cumberland County Board of Education on Thursday approved an update on the Opportunity Culture initiative and recommended that the program’s contract be extended with North Carolina-based consultant Public Impact LLC.

UPDATED: NC Supreme Court denies appeals from all sides on redistricting

Within hours of a three-judge Superior Court panel’s decision in North Carolina’s redistricting lawsuit, all four parties involved filed appeals spanning hundreds of pages to the state Supreme Court.  Then, at 10 p.m. Wednesday, the state Supreme Court denied every appeal. Candidate filing was set to open at 8 a.m. Thursday. 

Fayetteville After 5 announces concert lineup

Led Zeppelin and Eagles cover bands and Rivermist are scheduled to headline the Fayetteville After 5 concert series. The concerts are free and open to the public. Fayetteville After 5 is held …

The city’s handling of former Councilwoman Tisha Waddell’s allegations of corruption and secrecy in local government has taken yet another turn: The city’s Ethics Commission may not have the authority to investigate the complaints.

Fayetteville PWC gets overview of HR program for employees

Members of the Public Works Commission on Wednesday received an overview of a human resources tool that the utility’s employees use to manage everything from payroll information to emergency contacts.

The Cumberland County Department of Public Health is warning residents against a scam that is mimicking the department’s phone number.   County officials said robocalls claim to be …

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.

Bill Kirby Jr.: Mayor, City Council have challengers in wait

Some eyes will be turning this week to the yellow-brick building along Fountainhead Lane. Filings resume Thursday for candidates seeking city, county, state and federal offices. And the truth of it is, many eyes will be on the Fayetteville City Council.

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.

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