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Harnett County is taking its jetport in a new direction. The Harnett County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday night voted by a narrow 3-2 margin to terminate the existing Fixed Base Operator … more
Two new members recently took seat on the Sampson Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees. Their six-year term began Jan. 1. Dr. Tara Jackson of the Newton Grove area and Holden Dubose join 13 formerly seated trustees. more
One year. What were you doing a year ago? A small time span that seems so long as we continue to face challenges due to COVID-19. Throughout 2020, businesses were met with difficulties that no one … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct its biannual Agricultural Labor Survey during the second half of April. The survey will collect … more
Harnett Health announced its intent to fully join the Cape Fear Valley Health family Tuesday and the merger comes with a new clinic and medical arts complex for Harnett. The announcement came as city … 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
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
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
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