Real Estate

FAHFH to host “Homecourt: A Conversation with Coach Roy Williams”

By Staff Report, posted 3 months ago

The Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity in partnership with the Fayetteville State University Athletic Department, proudly presents “Homecourt: A Conversation with Coach Roy Williams at the Felton J. Capel Arena on June 27, 2024, at 11:30 a.m.

Join them for a compelling conversation with Coach Roy Williams, exploring the intersection of sports and community development, with additional remarks from FAHFH CEO, Brandon Price, addressing affordable housing challenges. 

This luncheon promises to inspire collaboration and community partnerships to help support the Habitat mission.

Single tickets start at $125 and are on sale, at

For sponsorship opportunities and to schedule interviews, please contact Rebecca Wolf, Director of Marketing for FAHFH, at (910) 483-0952 or email

Ico insights



In The Current Issue

Fantasy comes to life: Fayetteville-based travel agency Flights & Fables brings dream vacations to life with curated fantasy destinations and tours

Between the stunning peaks of New Zealand and as far as the castles of Europe, Flights & Fables puts a literal spin on the phrase ‘dream vacation.’ This unique full-service travel agency fuses passion and expertise to provide clients with a vacat

Bringing it all together: Lumbee Guaranty Bank is working to combine two Fayetteville locations into one to better serve customers

Lumbee Guaranty Bank’s new Fayetteville branch will be located at 2939 Village Drive. This new location will be better equipped to cater to customers with its ample parking and a drive up ATM. Photo provided by Lumbee Guaranty Bank. Lumbee Guara

Leading military business: NCMBC Executive Director Scott Dorney reflects on time with the institution, his career and the future of military business

 Scott Dorney became the executive director of the NCBMC in December 2004. Since then he has worked hard to create a robust connection between North Carolina businesses and the federal and defense contractors. Photo provided by NCMBC.Scott Dorne