Fayetteville Local Business
Thursday May 14 | via Business Journal
Chapel Hill-based National Public Radio member station WUNC is acquiring Fayetteville-based WFSS-FM in a $1.35 million sale and license transfer agreement that will further expand the NPR reach in North Carolina. The deal, approved Wednesday by the Fayetteville State University Board of Trustees, has WUNC Public Radio paying $1.35 million from the station's independently funded revenues to Fayetteville State University for the rights to broadcast on the 91.9 frequency. Comment?
Saturday May 9 | via KLFY-TV Lafayette
A series of so-called color runs scheduled from coast to coast are being branded as a scam by the Better Business Bureau and authorities in several states. And consumers are being urged to be cautious about other similar events. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via News9 Oklahoma City
Warnings involve both fake races and others with track records of canceling the events and refusing to refund entry fees to those who registered. A series of so-called color runs scheduled from coast to coast are being branded as a scam by the Better Business Bureau and authorities in several states. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via Freshnews
Booz Allen Hamilton is partnering with Operation Homefront to reach hundreds of growing military families with a series of "Star-Spangled Babies" baby shower events across the nation. The baby showers are being held in April and May in conjunction with National Military Appreciation Month throughout May, Military Spouse Appreciation Day, May 8, and Mother's Day, May 10. The management consulting, technology, and engineering services provider has a long history of support for military families, including longtime support for national nonprofit Operation Homefront, which provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via WLOS
The family of a man shot and killed by Fayetteville police two years ago has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The Fayetteville Observer reports the lawsuit was filed in Cumberland County against the city, the police chief and the officer involved. Comment?
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