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Duplin County residents call for transparency, better reporting from livestock farms

Calls for greater accountability and concerns about the Cape Fear River's water quality were issued by members of two different environmental groups during a recent public input session about food-animal permit renewal in Duplin County.

TSI HEALTHCARE: Hiring-Add-On Modules Support Analyst

The selected applicant will be responsible for responding to customer questions regarding several Add-on modules that work in conjunction with NextGen EHR such as NextGen Patient Portal, automated patient reminders, and more!

TOURTECH: Hiring-Crew Chief (Contractor)

This position requires excellent work ethic, flexibility and willingness to work long hours, ability and desire to travel, and a strong interest in event production.

DUKE ENERGY: Duke Energy Carolinas program will provide South Carolina customers a new choice for solar energy

Duke Energy Carolinas is providing another affordable renewable energy option for its South Carolina customers that will enable them to see real savings in their monthly bills from the output of two new solar facilities in Anderson County.

DUKE ENERGY: Duke Energy projects winter storm could result in 500,000+ power outages

Duke Energy meteorologists today modeled the latest forecast for an approaching winter storm and project the heavy wet snow, sleet and freezing rain will result in approximately 500,000 power outages or more for homes and businesses in the Carolinas.

GREATER FAYETTEVILLE CHAMBER: Software Company Founder To Kick Off Entrepreneurship Series

.Brian Hamilton, founder of the Raleigh-based financial software accounting company Sageworks will launch the Broadwell Entrepreneurship Lecture Series November 20 at Fayetteville State University.

Play at the Pump program boosts North Carolina lottery sales

Over the last few years, several states, including North Carolina, have incorporated technology at gas pumps to allow paying for lottery tickets.

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