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There’s nothing like a homegrown and family-owned business in a community. You know them. They know you, their customers. “Holmes has called Fayetteville home for over 114 …

Base electric rates will not increase for Fayetteville residents through 2024 after action by the Public Works Commission on Wednesday morning. PWC voted to maintain the current base electricity rate for the next 18 months.

COVID-19 relief grants available for eligible small businesses

Eligible small businesses that were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic may apply for COVID-19 relief grants through the city of Fayetteville. Money from the Small Business Relief Grant Program …

In this week’s notebook: an FSU professor receives a Fulbright education award, Fayetteville to hold a Developer Workshop Thursday, the FSU Foundation receives a $50K Enterprise Holdings award and Cumberland County Schools is conducting a bus survey.

FTCC, partners announce solar power training program

Fayetteville Technical Community College will partner with Blue Ridge Power and Cumberland County Schools to offer a pre-apprenticeship program in solar power construction to high school students …

A virtual career fair will help connect veterans and their spouses with job recruiters seeking military-trained talent on Tuesday. Recruit Military and Disabled American Veterans will sponsor the Southeast Region Virtual Career Fair for Veterans online from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 19.

Cumberland County holding career fair Thursday Cumberland County government will host “Cumberland Careers,” a countywide career fair, on Thursday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Crown …

How state ARPA grants are helping rural communities in Southeastern NC

Last month, Gov. Roy Cooper’s office announced the recipients of the Rural Transformation Grant Fund, a program funded through state dollars received from the American Rescue Plan …

Cumberland County has received $937,600 from the Golden LEAF Foundation that will be used to clear and grade 30 acres on the county-owned Sand Hill Road site. “We are happy that our …

Fayetteville State recognized as Adobe Creative Campus   Fayetteville State University has been designated an Adobe Creative Campus, the college said in a release. “As an Adobe …

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