Hope Mills Taking Applications for Boards and Committees

PUBLIC NOTICETOWN OF HOPE MILLSBOARD AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS / VACANCIESThe Town of Hope Mills is accepting applications for committee openings until seats arefilled. The Nominating Committee will meet when sufficient applications are received.The current vacancies are for 1 seat on the Board of Adjustments, 1 seat on theHistoric Preservation Committee, 1 seat on the AppearanceContinue reading “Hope Mills Taking Applications for Boards and Committees”

Groundbreaking for Hoke County’s Swimming Pool/Recreation Center

Article by the News-Journal/Raeford & Hoke County By Catharin Shepard • Staff writer • A groundbreaking ceremony next month will kick off the construction of Hoke County’s new indoor swimming pool and recreation center. The county will hold a groundbreaking Thursday, February 18 at 11 a.m. at the planned construction site for the James A.Continue reading “Groundbreaking for Hoke County’s Swimming Pool/Recreation Center”

City of Fayetteville Hosting Housing Discussion

Public opinions welcome during Virtual Housing Discussion City of Fayetteville leaders invite residents to participate in a virtual discussion about affordable housing. The event will happen on the Zoom platform Saturday, Jan. 30 at 10 a.m. Visit https://www.fayettevillenc.gov/FayAffordableHousing for the link to join. If you do not have internet access, please use a phone number listed inContinue reading “City of Fayetteville Hosting Housing Discussion”

City of Fayetteville Announces Fiber Optic Partnership

January 25, 2021 | Volume 1, Issue 80 | FayettevilleNC.gov MetroNet and the City of Fayetteville Announce Partnership to Build 100% Fiber Optic NetworkMetroNet and the City of Fayetteville will bring 100% fiber optic internet, television and phone services to businesses and residents in the Fayetteville region, marking MetroNet’s first deployment in North Carolina. Indiana-basedContinue reading “City of Fayetteville Announces Fiber Optic Partnership”

City of Sanford Approves Annexation of New Residential Development

Residents protest Cool Springs developmentBy Jasmine Gallup [email protected] An ongoing debate about residential development in Sanford drew state Rep. John Sauls to a city council meeting Tuesday, to argue against the construction of a new neighborhood near his home. Sauls, who lives in Sanford’s Westlake Downs neighborhood, was among dozens of other residents concerned aboutContinue reading “City of Sanford Approves Annexation of New Residential Development”