Volume 2 Issue 16: Jan 27, 2023


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Feb 2, 2023

Rentals in demand: The Fayetteville housing market sees a cool down for home buyers, while rental properties remain in demand

Photo provided by GFAAAs the housing market in the Fayetteville Metropolitan Area continues to experience a cool down following COVID-19 supply delays and finally seeing a slowdown in demand after two years, increased interest in affordable rental pr ...

Feb 2, 2023

TechNet Fort Bragg 2023: The biggest expo on Fort Bragg returns for another year

Photo provided by TechNetThe North Carolina Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association is hosting a local conference Feb. 9 and 10. TechNet Fort Bragg 2023 will take place at the Iron Mike Conference Center, on Fort Bragg. ...

Feb 2, 2023

Cybersecurity - cautious not paranoid: Local IT professional offers advice on keeping your digital data secure

Tima Miroshnichenko/PexelsSecurity is of the utmost importance for creating and operating a successful business and establishing trust among clients. As tax season kicks into full swing, it’s extra important for businesses to take precautions when se ...

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Lee Moritz, Jr.
North Carolina Military Business Center

FEDTEX 2023 Supports Strong Textile Legacy in North Carolina

Posted Feb 28, 2023
Did you know the defense industry is the second largest segment of our state’s economy after agriculture, and that North Carolina is the home to more textile manufacturers (600+) than any other state in America?The fact that North Carolina has e
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Feb 2, 2023

County by county: The Greater Fayetteville Business Journal is taking a look at the economic developments in the past, present and future in the county seats throughout our seven county coverage area

Whether it’s new constructions, renovations and buildings being added to a downtown skyline, there is something to look forward to coming soonto the county seats in your community.Elizabethtown, Bladen County Founded: 1773 Photo courtesy of ...

Jan 18, 2023

Campbell’s biochemistry program, pre-med track earns ASBMB accreditation

Campbell University’s biochemistry program and the pre-med track of the program received accreditation from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. ...

Jan 18, 2023

Fayetteville PWC presented with 20-Year Director's Award

The PWC Board was presented with the 20-Year Director's Award from the Partnership for Safe Water in mid January. ...

Jan 18, 2023

Methodist University recognized in Higher Education Digest

Higher Education Digest, an independent higher education magazine, recently promoted Methodist University as one of 10 “must-watch”  North American colleges and universities in 2022. MU was the only university from North Carolina on this list. ...

Jan 18, 2023

Fayetteville State University appoints Senior Advisor to the Chancellor

Fayetteville State University appointed Stanley J. Elliott, Ph.D., senior advisor to the chancellor, effective Jan. 3, 2023. ...

Jan 11, 2023

Kauffman joins Pinehurst Medical Clinic electrophysiology team

FirstHealth Cardiology – Pinehurst Medical Clinic is excited to announce the expansion of its electrophysiology team in Pinehurst with the addition of Laura Kauffman, NP. ...

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In The Current Issue

Pickleball on the rise: The indoor outdoor sport Pickleball is seeing a rise in popularity in the Fayetteville area

The sport is played on an indoor or outdoor court with a net, a ball, and a paddle - Photo provided by PickleheadsIn typical North Carolina fashion, the temperature outside is rising early, and nobody wants to stay inside with such beautiful weather!

Grants in action: Understanding government programming and how you can help them help you

The Fayetteville Economic & Community Development Department is looking for public feedback on how best to spendfunds to meet low income housing needs - Photo provided by FCEDCFayetteville’s Economic & Community Development Department recentl

Small town plans big changes: The town of Autryville NC is making strides to expand and improve its downtown businesses, residential areas and amenities

The Honeycutt family is working on commercial and residential development on their properties. The second phase of residential lots are in development and talks are taking place to potentially bring a commercial retailer to the area. Located jus