Michael Futch Staff writer @fo_futch Employees were hard at work Tuesday morning, stocking the shelves and filling the meat counters and produce bins the day before Sprouts Farmers Market opens to the public.The organic grocery store, at 2810 Freedom Parkway Drive in Freedom Town Center, will celebrate its grand opening beginning at 7 a.m. Wednesday.The public is invited.The Fayetteville location marks the second in the state for the Phoenix-based grocer, whose concept is to offer everyday...
Michael Futch Staff writer @fo_futch The second Sprouts Farmers Market in the state will be opening Wednesday in Fayetteville at Freedom Town Center.The 30,000-square-foot store, at 2810 Freedom Parkway Drive, is holding its grand opening beginning at 7 a.m.The public is invited to the ribbon-cutting ceremony.This new grocery presence in the area's fast-growing supermarket scene adds Sprouts to the likes of Publix, Aldi, IGA, Food Lion, the Fresh Market and Harris Teeter. It seems that only...
Michael Futch Staff writer @fo_futch
SPRING LAKE — Daniel Gerald, a former department head with Spring Lake, said he has been conditionally offered the job as town manager.Gerald was fired from his two previous jobs as a town manager, in Princeville and in Green Level. "I've been up front with them," he said, referring to town officials with Spring Lake.
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