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Princeton Town Board supports funding for Havelock bypass

The Princeton Board of Commissioners is calling on the North Carolina Department of Transportation to fund a proposed Havelock bypass.

Johnston Writers Group to hear author Stephens

The Johnston County Writers Group will host author David O. Stephens on Thursday, June 18, at 6:30 at the Selma Historical Museum, 104 East Anderson St., Selma. 

Micro Class of '65 holds reunion

Micro Class of '65 holds reunion

The Micro High School Class of 1965 held its 50th class reunion on May 2, 2015.

JoCo Health offers classes

The Johnston County Health Department will have childbirth classes beginning in May and July in the evenings.  This is a once a week for 5 weeks program. Medicaid is accepted for childbirth classes.  Registration is required. 

Living Waters at Baker’s Chapel

Living Waters gospel group will perform on Sunday, May 31 at 6 p.m. at Baker’s Chapel Church located at 2421 Baker’s Chapel Road, just outside Princeton.

Tobacco Museum becoming venue

The Tobacco Farm Life Museum, located on U.S. 301 just North of Kenly, is not just a museum anymore and is trying to branch out and become a venue with lots of uses. 

Kenly Class of 1950 holds reunion

Kenly Class of 1950 holds reunion

Kenly High School Class of 1950 held its 65th reunion recently at Lowell Mill Restaurant.

Nahunta women learn of home maintenance

Hostess Irene Johnson gave the devotion at the May meeting of the Nahunta Extension and Community Association. Her scripture reference was Psalm 139:18 which reads “And when I waken in the morning, you’re still thinking of me.” 

Board of Ed honors five Princeton students

The Johnston County Board of Education recognized 5 Princeton High School students for winning first place in their respective state Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO) competitions during their May 12 meeting.

Kenly Cub Scout Pack 29 holds Crossover Ceremony

Kenly Cub Scout Pack 29  holds Crossover Ceremony

Kenly Cub Scout Pack 29 held its Crossover Ceremony to Boy Scout Troop 29 last Saturday, May 2.

Local band entertains PL seniors

Local band entertains PL seniors

At the monthly meeting of the Pine Level seniors group on Wednesday, May 13, musical entertainment was provided by a local group without an official name but consisting of Pine Level Mayor Jeff Holt, Steve Batten and Tommy Fitzgerald, all originally from the Pine Level area. 

Princeton water, sewer rates may get increase

Water and sewer rates could  increase for Princeton residents.

Glendale Alumni group plans biennial reunion

The Biennial Glendale Alumni Reunion is Saturday, June 20 at the Robbins Nest, 121 U.S. Hwy 70 A East, in Smithfield.

KS Bank gets 5 year contract with Selma

Selma Town Council awarded KS Bank a five year contract to handle the town’s banking services during last week’s Selma Town Council meeting.

Town of Selma drops Main Street affiliation

The town of Selma dropped its affiliation with the  N. C. Main Street program because the organization would require the town to hire a full-time manager for the program.

Progressive to celebrate 100 years

Progressive Presbyterian Church in Princeton will celebrate 100 years of serving the community on June 6 with an old fashioned gospel sing.

Hephzibah Baptist hosting Fifth Sunday Night Sing

Hephzibah Baptist Church invites the community to its Fifth Sunday Night Sing featuring Servant’s Heart on Sunday, May 31, at 6 p.m.


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