Classes start at 6 p.m. and are from one to two hours, in webinar form. For more information or to register visit the Sampson Community College’s Small Business Center’s website at www.sampsoncc.edu/wdce/sbc/.
CLINTON — Sampson Regional Medical Center is proud to introduce its incoming class of resident physicians. For the next one to three years, 11 doctors from throughout the country will train in the local medical community as family medicine, dermatology, and transitional year residents. The Family Medicine Residency welcomes five physicians:
RALEIGH — Department of Public Safety Secretary Erik A. Hooks has appointed William Ray as North Carolina’s new director of Emergency Management. Ray will be charged with leading efforts to ensure the state’s preparedness and coordinating needed staff and resources to support local responses to, and recovery from, all hazards and threats. As director, he also will serve as the state’s deputy homeland security advisor.
Carolina Public Press virtual events series, ‘Ten for NC,’ conversations about issues, topics and debates of interest to North Carolinians. This week’s event is N.C. business after COVID. What’s next?
After a 27-year career in the electric cooperative industry, Four County Electric Membership Corporation’s (FCEMC) Chief Executive Officer Mitchell Keel will retire effective June 30, 2021. Under Keel’s leadership, there was a significant focus on innovation and technology, assuring the cooperative’s abilities to meet its members’ needs for generations to come.
Mi Casita Restaurant is coming to Roseboro in Lakewood Plaza soon. For 29 years, Mi Casita Mexican Restaurants has been in the Fayetteville community serving a diverse menu full of authentic Mexican food. Since 1990, Mi Casita has expanded to 18 locations throughout Cumberland County and beyond.
Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce member, Burgers & Moore had their Grand Opening Celebration on June 13. Pictured are owner, Tony Moore, and the staff of Burgers & Moore. Tony Moore and his family are from the Turkey area and they opened their new business in the town where Moore serves as a commissioner. Dine-in is limited at this time. The business also provides outdoor picnic tables, carry out, or drive through. The opening of Moore’s business comes on the heels of Elizabeth’s Pecan Products locating in the heart of Turkey.
Francisco Martinez discovered that hands-on, problem-solving style work was his niche as early as high school. As a student at Union High School, Martinez was introduced to agriculture mechanics and basic carpentry courses and his […]