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A new private Christian school, catering to kindergarten and first grade students, is now open for enrollment. The mission of Lillington’s Angel Nest is to continue to educate children that are … more
Two electric linemen from South River Electric Membership Corporation were recognized with the President’s Volunteer Service Award for their efforts to extend electric service in Bolivia. Tim … more
RALEIGH — SECU Foundation continues to help mitigate the ongoing economic impacts of COVID-19 on nonprofits that deliver vital services to North Carolinians. A $250,000 general purpose grant was … more
More than 31.5 million local jobs were reportedly funded through the Paycheck Protection Program that offered more than 661,000 local companies millions of dollars in stimulus loans. The loans were designed to ... more
The North Carolina Department of Insurance has entered into a voluntary settlement agreement with Gerber Life Insurance Company that includes a $1.1 million penalty for numerous violations related to its claims practices for accidental death and dismemberment policies. more
North Carolina Heart & Vascular staff and providers broke ground on a new medical clinic in Lillington last month. When construction is completed, the new clinic will replace the existing … more
The North Carolina Community Foundation received a $20,000 gift from North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives, electricity and energy services providers to 2.5 million North Carolinians, and CoBank, … more
Tacos Oaxaca Mexican restaurant in Lillington is the quarterly recipient of the Four Seasons Garden Club Beautification Award. The business has been recognized for the third quarter for its … more
One local business nudged into an early opening, now finds itself a victim of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Paradise Pools and Spas owner Wayne Currin told The Daily Record, due to at least … more
Throughout July, Cape Fear Farm Credit partnered with local farmers to share their fresh produce with food donation centers and families within the communities they serve. more
Harnett OB/GYN has added Rhonda Lovvorn as a nurse practitioner with its team. Lovvorn has been with Harnett Health System since 1991, beginning as a nurse in the Pediatrics and Medical/Surgical … more
The United States Mint was recently forced to slow the production of coins due to health concerns for employees, thus creating a strain on the availability of quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. Signs of the shortage have popped up in local stores. more
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