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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
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
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
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
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
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