Two veteran Garner Police Department team members have announced their retirements. Accreditation Manager Dana Clay will retire after 30 years of service with the North Carolina Education and Training Standards Commission and Garner Police Department, and Sgt. Sophia Sandlin will end a career with the Garner Police Department that has spanned 27 years. Ms. Clay and Sgt. Sandlin will be recognized at the April 20 Town Council meeting at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall, located at 900 7th Ave.
We support shopping local in Garner.Reaching out to new and existing customers in purposeful ways is essential to the growth of any business. The Garner Community Business Directory is geared towards just that — connecting you to customers in your local neighborhood.What are the perks of joining?•Visibility for your business to Staples’ extensive customer base.•Potential to be featured in-store and in our regular community emails.•Improved online findability of your company’s website.Your business would
In spite of challenges due to COVID-19, Summer Salute was, once again, a fundraising success.RALEIGH, NC . . . On behalf of North State Bank and the Summer Salute Planning Committee, President and CEO Larry D. Barbour, along with Summer Salute Co-Chair and North State Bancorp Board Member Jim Branch, recently presented a check for $125,000 to members of Transitions LifeCare’s management team, said Sandra A. Temple, event co-chair and retired bank executive. The check represents net proceeds from Summer