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FAYETTEVILLE – Cape Fear Valley Health began temporarily furloughing approximately 350 employees Friday in staff reductions that are expected to continue next week. On March 27, the health … more
Customers not adhering to social distancing rule more
COVID-19 continued its assault on the unemployment record books as jobless numbers soared to unprecedented levels. More than six million Americans filed for unemployment in the week ending on … more
RALEIGH — State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) stands ready to help members financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of unexpected, large scale business closures, loss of jobs and … more
During this trying time facing the coronavirus pandemic, our small businesses are faced with more than just social distancing. The backbone of our communities are the small businesses we see in our … more
Nearly every industry has been affected in some way or another by the cornoavirus (COVID-19), and the funeral service industry is no exception. more
With the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), there seems to be almost no industry, business or field immune from some kind of shortage or, at the very least, short supplies. The same holds … more
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Brenda Pope worked at Betsy Johnson Hospital for nearly three decades, many of them spent in labor and delivery. She knows how hard doctors and nurses work and she knows their options at the hospital … more
The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Center is offering free webinars regarding COVID-19. more
Harnett County health officials are reminding restaurants to end all onsite consumption of food and beverages, even outside, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. They’re calling on local law enforcement to back them up... more
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