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We’re facing unfamiliar times right now with the coronavirus and an unsettled economy. Since we cannot predict when things will change, our best strategy is to focus on setting short-term career … more
SANFORD – The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Centers, in response to business disruptions brought about by COVID-19, has implemented the Central Carolina Recovery Program for … more
SALISBURY — Food Lion customers have the opportunity to make a much-needed difference in their neighbors’ lives by making a $5 donation to Feeding America® and 30 of its member food banks located across Food Lion’s service area through the retailer’s new “Summers Without Hunger” campaign. The campaign is supported by six suppliers to Food Lion – Campbells®, Hormel®, Kellogg’s®, Pepsi Co.®, Seald Sweet® and Tyson® – who will each donate up to 250,000 units of product to help fight hunger in the towns and cities Food Lion serves. more
The Bleecker Auto Group managed to keep its two Dunn locations open during the COVID-19 pandemic after being deemed an essential business. Management found a way to not only reward the people who … more
Branch offices of the State Employees Credit Union reopened this week. All customers coming into branches must wear face masks or face coverings. Only a limited number of people will be allowed … more
The Plain & Fancy salon and Bearded Goose barbershop got back to business after COVID-19 shuttered shops and sent its owners to the unemployment lines. Now, like their customers who have lined up for services, they're hoping things will get ... more
Cape Fear Valley Health and Campbell University have received accreditation to launch a fellowship training program in cardiovascular disease at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center. more
Wanting to have some fun and do some good, employees at Godwin Manufacturing and Champion Hoist, both at separate locations in Dunn and both part of The Godwin Group, participated in Kiss the … more
FAYETTEVILLE – Cumberland County Community Development has established a Small Business Resiliency grant program to assist qualified local businesses that suffered economic hardship as a result of … more
The President Pro Tem of the North Carolina State Senate says its time Gov. Roy Cooper gave counties the discretion to allow barber and beauty shops to reopen amid the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Sen. Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) told the governor it’s time to reopen salons, following the suit of surrounding states. more
RALEIGH — The coronavirus pandemic has kept North Carolina’s gyms and fitness centers closed, even as the state enters Phase One of reopening the economy. Meanwhile, gyms in neighboring … more
The beginning of the “new normal” for businesses across North Carolina will start to take shape at 5 p.m. Friday when Gov. Roy Cooper begins phase one of the state's reopening. Phase one … more
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