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Attendance low at Galleria Gazebo
8/24/2016

Attendance low at Galleria Gazebo
A hot, muggy overcast Saturday morning seemed to keep people away from the Galleria Gazebo in Uptown Selma.
Civic Center brick honors ‘The Goat Man’
8/24/2016

Civic Center brick honors ‘The Goat Man’
Selma native Dave Woodard has purchased a Selma Civic Center commemorative brick to honor “The Goat Man, “ also known as Charles “Chess” McCartney.
TWC strikes unmarked water line
8/24/2016

A Time Warner Cable crew struck an unmarked water line on Tuesday, Aug. 9, while installing fiber optic cable for Horizon Family Medicine in Princeton.
Princeton native graduates BLET
8/24/2016

Princeton native graduates BLET
Andrew Taylor, a Princeton native now living in Rosewood, said he never thought about being the best in his class, he just wanted to be the best he could.
Rebekah Fitzgerald named as new director of Wayne Historial Museum
8/24/2016

Rebekah Fitzgerald named as new director of Wayne Historial Museum
A Princeton High School alumna said she’s landed her dream job.
Wilkinson joins Cornerstone Bank
8/24/2016

Wilkinson joins Cornerstone Bank
Dustin “Buzz” Wilkinson, of Wilson, formerly of Kenly, has joined Wilson’s Cornerstone Bank as vice president and area executive, said Mark Holmes, president and chief executive officer.
NJHS’s Walston conducting drive for supplies
8/24/2016

North Johnston High School senior Ian Walston is conducting a school supply drive for students in the community during the open house scheduled for North Johnston on Thursday, Aug. 25 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Kenly Historical Society seeking items that tell the town’s history
8/24/2016

Kenly Historical Society seeking items that tell the town’s history
Kenly Historical Society is still looking for citizens to bring in those dusty old relics tucked away in attics, closets and garages that would help tell the story of Kenly’s history.
Club at Flowers Plantation plans Pre-Labor Day 5K
8/24/2016

The Club at Flowers annual Pre-Labor Day 5K in support of the Duke Children’s Hospital will be held Saturday, Aug. 27, at 8 a.m. the new USATF-Certified Course will challenge previous participants as well as those who are out to have a nice run/walk on a Saturday morning. 
Preschool openings in Smithfield at First Baptist Church 8-5 daily
8/24/2016

First Baptist Smithfield has openings in its Preschool 4 year old class.
‘Fill the Bus’ with school supplies event planned at Glendale-Kenly Elem.
8/24/2016

Glendale-Kenly Elementary School advisory council is sponsoring a fill the bus with school supplies event on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Dollar General In Kenly.
Veterans Committee plans annual celebration Nov. 5
8/24/2016

The Princeton Veterans Committee is making preparations for its annual celebration on Saturday, Nov. 5, which will begin with a 1 p.m. parade.
Subdivision set for Selma area
8/24/2016

Andrew’s Way, a new major Selma subdivision, has received preliminary plat approval.
Bluegrass group performs for Pine Level seniors
8/24/2016

Bluegrass group performs for Pine Level seniors
During the recent meeting of the Pine Level Seniors group at the American Legion Building in Pine Level members were treated to a mini-concert of songs as performed by Samantha Casey and The Bluegrass Jam, a musical group from Pine Level.
June Holt played vital role in launching Harbor
8/17/2016

June Holt played vital role in launching Harbor
June Holt said it was her husband, the late Jack Holt, a former mayor and councilman, who encouraged her to become involved with Harbor of Johnston County.
Emily Woodward earns Pine Level American Legion Post 405 Scholarship
8/17/2016

Emily Woodward earns  Pine Level American Legion Post 405 Scholarship
Princeton High School graduate Emily Woodward received the Pine Level American Legion Post 405 2016 annual scholarship.
PHS HOSA group recognized
8/17/2016

PHS HOSA group recognized
Princeton High School HOSA students were recognized this summer at the 40th annual national HOSA conference.
Selma company’s custom motorcycles stop crowds
8/17/2016

Selma company’s custom motorcycles stop crowds
A love for motorcycles as a child led Jason Beavers to start Crazy Beavers Customs, a Selma business that’s known worldwide.
Howell elected president of state CAR
8/17/2016

Howell elected president of state CAR
Mary Lee Howell, a rising Princeton High School junior, was elected state president when the N.C. Society of Children of the American Revolution elected officers for 2016-2017 at its annual conference in Greenville.
Whaley Kenly city executive at Southern Bank
8/17/2016

Whaley Kenly city executive at Southern Bank
Dan Whaley is the new city executive and assistant vice president of Southern Bank in Kenly.
 
 

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