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Jan 21, 2022

Gannett to discontinue their service of Saturday print editions

Gannett Co. Inc., the newspaper chain that owns the Fayetteville Observer, will be discontinuing their service of Saturday print editions, starting on March 5.More than half the newspapers associated with Gannett Co. Inc. will be expanding access to ...

Jan 20, 2022

New restaurant to reside in lower level of Aqua Nightclub building

A new restaurant offering authentic Lebanese and Yemeni cuisine is coming to town. Located at 3041 North Main Street in Hope Mills, Shish House hopes to open its doors on Feb. 2. The restaurant will sit on the first floor in the same buildi ...

Jan 19, 2022

Major economic growth organization fills director role

North Carolina’s Southeast, a private-public partnership that encourages economic growth in the region, announced the incoming arrival of a new director of business & economic development. Phillip Shumaker, who currently serves as the Existi ...

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Cape Fear Valley Health Addresses Nursing Shortage with Internal Training and Scholarship Programs

Posted Sep 10, 2021
With the demand for healthcare growing, hospital systems across North Carolina and the nation are experiencing nursing staff shortages. To address this need, Cape Fear Valley Health System established a nursing career development program to create a
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Jan 14, 2022

Greater Fayetteville Chamber reception celebrates the 'Can-Do Six'

The Greater Fayetteville Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee held the Can Do Thank You Reception for the Cumberland County legislative delegation yesterday. The event was held in honor of the work that the members of delegation, Sen. Kirk deV ...

Jan 14, 2022

Pine Gate secures $500 million loan for solar development

Fundamental Renewables and Pine Gate Renewables announced yesterday a new agreement that makes Fundamental Renewables the sole provider of a massive credit line facility. Fundamental Renewables, formerly MMA Energy Capital, is an  establish ...

Jan 13, 2022

Campbell University receives $1.1 million for osteopathic research

Dr. Tom MotykaThanks to the research of a Campbell University professor, the school just received a massive financial gift. Dr. Tom Motyka is an associate professor and chair of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine at Campbell University conducting ...

Jan 12, 2022

New general manager for the Fayetteville Woodpeckers prepares for upcoming season

Steve PelleIn October, the Fayetteville Woodpeckers welcomed a new general manager to their team, and he is currently preparing for the upcoming season.Steve Pelle was born and raised in Northern California with a passion for sports. He started his c ...

Jan 11, 2022

Karen Tillery wins Troy University’s McKinley Award

KAREN TILLERY, who works as the area enrollment coordinator for Troy University at Fayetteville’s support center, was recently honored with the institution’s Vergil Park’s McKinley Award. The McKinley Award is the highest honor that can be besto ...

Jan 11, 2022

Local musician honored by Smooth Jazz Network

WILLIE BRADLEY, local musician and owner of Willie Bradley Music, was recently recognized in the Smooth Jazz Network’s BEATS Year In Review magazine.Bradley was dubbed Artist of the Year by the network. The title is voted on by listeners of the netwo ...


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Karen Tillery wins Troy University’s McKinley Award

KAREN TILLERY, who works as the area enrollment coordinator for Troy University at Fayetteville’s support center, was recently honored with the institution’s Vergil Park’s McKinley Award. The McKinley Award is the highest honor that can be besto


Local musician honored by Smooth Jazz Network

WILLIE BRADLEY, local musician and owner of Willie Bradley Music, was recently recognized in the Smooth Jazz Network’s BEATS Year In Review magazine.Bradley was dubbed Artist of the Year by the network. The title is voted on by listeners of the netwo


Harnett County announces Lockamy as new economic development director

CHRISTIAN LOCKAMY was announced as the new person for the role recently by the Harnett County Board of Commissioners, and began in his new role on Jan. 3. In the past, Lockamy has had experience in “recruitment and competitive expansions of comp