Fareway Stores Inc. will be paying a second round of cash bonuses to its hourly employees who have worked to keep stores open and shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic. In a news release on Tuesday, the Boone-based grocery company said that as part of its Fareway Family Front Line Plan, a cash bonus will be paid to hourly workers who worked in July or August, and are employed as of Aug. 22. The bonuses range up to $500 per employee, and will be paid to more than 10,000 front-line employees on Sept. 4, the company said. Fareway President and CEO Reynolds Cramer said in the release that Fareway employees have offered customers a sense of stability in uncertain times. “As 2020 continues to present challenges, we are incredibly grateful for the efforts of our employees,” Cramer said. Fareway operates 123 stores in six states.