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Despite the presence of COVID-19, Nancy Clark set out to make her dream a reality. Fish & Beyond, located at 1235 N. Main St., recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally welcome the new business to Lillington. more
Lost Paddle Tavern opens to the public on Tuesday, March 9, and ties together Cape Fear River attractions with a new updated menu focused less on typical family dining and more on simpler foods mixed with craft beer from local vendors. more
Loretta Byrd of the Benson Area Chamber of Commerce recently graduated from the NC Rural Center’s Homegrown Leaders program, a three-day regional leadership and economic development program … more
After 14 years at Triangle South Enterprise Center, Crimson Lights Catering stopped operations in March 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Owners Shirley and Lacy Massey have decided to discontinue the business and are auctioning equipment later this month. more
The Johnston Community College Sonography Programs received a gift of new sonography equipment from Johnston Health. more
North Carolinians have created 1.5 million new businesses under the 24-year leadership of Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall, with nearly one tenth of those created just in the last year. North Carolina reached the mark in February. more
The Daily Record won an impressive 13 awards in the 2020 N.C. Press Association’s Editorial and Advertising Contests Friday. Emily Weaver and the newsroom staff brought home first place in … more
One little connection she never knew existed linked CommWell Health’s CEO Pamela Tripp, of Dunn, to the other side of the world. Now, she and her colleagues from Harnett and Johnston counties, … more
Harbor Freight Tools has opened a new store in Clinton located at 1501 Sunset Ave. more
RALEIGH — Lawmakers are fighting to help small businesses afford health insurance, but they’re running out of time. As the pandemic and the shutdowns wreck the economy, thousands of … more
The Board of Directors of State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) announced support for Feeding the Carolinas with an additional $1 million donation to help the nonprofit consortium of food banks combat growing food insecurity among North Carolinians as COVID-19 cases escalate. more
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