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Johnston Co. Arts Council hosting "Paint-Out”

The Johnston County Arts Council invites the public to paint outside at the The Wool Family Farm located at 330 Pine Level Micro Road, Selma on Wednesday, May 11th from 10am –noon.
Kenly couple jump into crawfish-raising on their three ponds

Kenly couple jump into crawfish-raising on their three ponds
Although most commercial crawfish harvested in the United States come from Louisiana, Sandra and William Parnell see no reason why the Kenly area can’t also be a successful breeding ground for the freshwater crustacean that closely resembles a lobster and is considered a dining delicacy by many.
Kenly police not looking at body cameras

Kenly police not looking at body cameras
With three local police departments in possession of body cameras for law enforcement officers, District Attorney Susan Doyle has issued a memo to all departments saying each should have a use policy in place before utilizing the cameras.
Johnston bond ratings have been improved

Johnston County’s growing economy and sound fiscal management have earned notice from one of the nation’s most-watched credit ratings services as Moody’s Investors Service announced an upgrade of the County’s credit rating from Aa2 to Aa1, its second-highest.
KACC luncheon Wednesday for Office Professionals

The annual Kenly Area Chamber of Commerce Office Professional Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 27 from 12 noon until 2 p.m. in Lowell Mill Restaurant at Big Boy’s Truck Stop.
CSX hub would be good neighbor, says official

Four Oaks Mayor Pro Tem Walter Holt said CSX could build its Carolina Connector intermodal rail terminal next to his home and it wouldn’t bother him.
Health Dept. sets upcoming classes

The Johnston County Health Department will be offering several classes in the upcoming weeks.
Johnston church sets revival first week in May

Johnston Community Church of God of Prophecy will hold an Upper Room Revival with Eric and Lori Washburn and Family Sunday, May 1 through Friday, May 6.
Micro Community Watch to hold meeting

Micro Community Watch will be holding a meeting on Thursday, April 28 at 7 p.m. at the Micro Fire Department.
Holly Springs continues spring revival

Holly Springs Free Will Baptist Church’s spring revival from Monday, April 25 through Thursday, April 28. The speaker will be Chris Lewis of Mt. Olive.
Pine Level Lions Club selling brooms May 7

The Pine Level Lions Club will be selling brooms at the Town Market in Pine Level on Saturday, May 7, between 9 a.m. and noon.
Pine Level Class of 1960 holds reunion

Pine Level Class of 1960 holds reunion
The Pine Level Class of 1960 held its 56th class reunion on April 16, at the home of Kenneth and Peggy Starling in Princeton. There were 11 members present from a graduating class of 28 members.
Johnston County Chorale Presents Best of Broadway

The Johnston County Chorale’s spring performance will be the musical, Best of Broadway, at the Clayton Center, May 7, 2016, with a matinee at 2 pm and an evening performance at 7 pm.
McDougald celebrates 7 years

Delightful Temple Ministries will celebrate the seventh year pastoral anniversary of its pastor, Rev. Joe McDougald. The anniversary will be held on Sunday, April 24 at 11 a.m.
Holly Springs FWB to hold revival

Holly Springs Free Will Baptist Church will hold spring revival from Monday, April 25 through Thursday, April 28. The speaker will be Chris Lewis of Mt. Olive.
Area farmers receive grants

Howard Kostelecky of Kenly, Susan Weaver Ford of Kenly and Wayne Worley of Princeton are among 23 North Carolinians earning North Carolina AgVentures grants of between $4,500 and $12,000.
Kenly to observe and participate in National Day of Prayer May 5

National Day of Prayer will be observed in Kenly on May 5 at noon at the Kenly Fire Station flagpole on First Street.
NJHS HOSA sponsoring blood drive on April 26

North Johnston High School Health Occupations students will sponsor a blood drive on Tuesday, April 26, from 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the new gym lobby.

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