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Dec 08 - SAGA clarifies role, focuses on growth, expansion

The new public-private part-nership that resulted from the merger of the Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lee County…

Dec 07 - SAGA: County poised for growth, success

This week, we Take 5 with Joy Thrash, the CEO of the Sanford Area Growth Alliance. SAGA is the public/private partnership…

Nov 23 - Company says layoffs won’t affect planned expansion

A layoff of more than a dozen employees at the local Magneti Marelli Powertrain USA plant will not affect the…

Nov 03 - Auto parts industry leads hiring uptick

Local auto parts manufacturers are pickin gup the pace in their hiring - contributing to Lee County's recent unemployment drop.…

Oct 29 - Project Flint: City approves incentive package

A Sanford business may receive an incentive package for expansion after the Sanford City Council voted this week to offer…

Oct 29 - Lee sees unemployment drop in September

Lee County's unemployment dropped to 6.9% for September according to numbers released Wednesday by N.C. Department of Commerce. *Article in…

Oct 27 - Joyce named Distinguished Citizen

Bob Joyce, Sanford Area Growth Alliance's Economic Development director, and former Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce president, has been named…

Oct 22 - GoSanford App

Sanford and Lee County now have an app. “Go Sanford,” the first local smartphone application of its kind for Apple’s iOS…

Oct 19 - No new plans for Target

"We are growing at a 1.7% annual average for the last five years," Joyce said. "I would say we will continue…

Oct 18 - Thinking regionally in and around Sanford

On Tuesday, Oct 13. The Triangle Business Journal hosted an Economic Summit: Research Triangle Region, South. Lee County was the…

Oct 14 - Business Leaders meet at summit

Nearly 200 members of the regional busi-ness community gathered Tuesday morning for the first in a series of Triangle region…

Oct 13 - Italian Automotive Supplier Expands Operations in Sanford, NC

Magneti Marelli Powertrain USA LLC has announced plans to expand its Lee County, NC manufacturing plant located in the City…

Oct 13 - Automotive manufacturer to add 75 jobs in Sanford

An automotive manufacturer is expanding its operation in Sanford and will add 76 jobs in the few years. *Winston-Salem Journal…

Oct 13 - Automotive manufacturer to add 76 jobs in Sanford

An automotive manufacturer is expanding its operation in Sanford and will add 76 jobs in the few years. *WXII news…

Oct 13 - Magneti Marelli Powertrain expanding Sanford plant; will add 76 jobs

An automotive manufacturer is expanding its operation in Sanford and will add 76 jobs in the few years. *Daily Journal…

Oct 13 - Expansion brings 76 new jobs

Sanford will see 76 new jobs over the next three years thanks to the expansion of Magneti Marelli Powertrain USA's…

Oct 12 - Top-Tier Automotive Supplier to Expand in Lee County - NC Department of Commerce

  Governor Pat McCrory, N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla III and the Economic Development Partnership of N.C. announced today…

Oct 12 - Top-Tier Automotive Supplier to Expand in Lee County

Governor Pat McCrory, N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla III and the Economic Development Partnership of N.C. announced today that…

Oct 12 - Lee County automotive manufacturer expanding, creating 76 new jobs

Magneti Marelli Powertrain said today it will invest $12 million in the city of Sanford over two years and expand…

Oct 12 - Italian automotive supplier to expand in Sanford

An Italian company that makes automotive systems and components plans to expand its Lee County operations, creating 76 jobs in…



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Oct 04 - Council votes to pass SAGA contract

After months of debating, the Sanford City Council voted at Tuesday's meeting to approve this year's contract with the Sanford…

Oct 02 - Sanford city council to resume SAGA talks

The Sanford City Council will meet today for the first time in October. *Article from The Sanford Herald. 

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