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Cape Fear Valley Medical Foundation has received a $50,386 grant from Truist Financial Corporation to buy telemedicine equipment needed to help treat COVID-19 patients. more
State Employees’ Credit Union and the SECU Foundation are partnering with The Salvation Army to help the nonprofit deliver emergency services to North Carolinians impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. more
Beatriz Capps, an insurance agent with TriStar Insurance Services of Dunn, has completed the “Landlord and Rental Property Insurance Specialist” designation. This industry designation is … more
LILLINGTON — Tommy Patrick built his electrical business through personal connections and repeat customers. He never employed an extraordinary amount of people, but the ones he did, he knew. … more
Hunting for eggs to dye this weekend? Be prepared for a variety of prices. When COVID-19 hit the scene, the price of a dozen eggs jumped from a dollar to nearly $3 at some stores, but was it gouging or was it the market? more
With so many businesses laying off workers or just simply letting them go due to the economic impact of the cornoavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there’s still a few places needing workers. more
WASHINGTON — The U.S Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is reminding employers that it is illegal to retaliate against workers because they report unsafe … more
The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Centers are offering the following free webinars. To register or for more information, visit Thursday, April 9: “How to … more
Angela Brown, an Edward Jones financial adviser in Lillington, was selected to attend the Edward Jones fifth annual Women’s Conference at The Chase Park Plaza Hotel in St. Louis. Brown said she … more
SALISBURY — Food Lion announced a $3.1 million donation, with the majority being earmarked to feed those who are in need right now and to help its neighbors who are significantly impacted by the … more
FOUR OAKS – As a local food manufacturer with North Carolina roots that stretch back over 200 years, House-Autry is committed to helping the community through this unprecedented challenge. To … more
In response to financial strain from the coronavirus pandemic, The Daily Record will shift its daily news coverage online and print two editions a week. more
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