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SMITHFIELD — Something’s different about Smithfield-Selma High School’s drumline, and it’s got people buzzing. For percussion director Justin Holmes what makes his drumline special is simple … more
Local businesses can extend their advertising reach across the World Wide Web through Kingsdale Media, an eastern North Carolina digital marketing agency bridging the gap between community newspapers … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Board of Education unanimously approved a 2019-20 budget of $84 million. The proposed budget is a $20.5 million increase, 32.5 percent over the current … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County Public Schools will be getting security vestibules. The county Board of Education on May 14 approved a $2.3 million contract for 39 security vestibules to be … more
GOLDSBORO — Spring Creek Middle English and language arts teacher Dominique Grady has been selected as Wayne County Public Schools’ 2019-20 Teacher of the Year. The announcement was made recently … more
KENLY — The North Johnston High School community is mourning the loss of Austin “Catfish” Potter, who drowned May 14 in Atlantic Beach while trying to rescue his girlfriend’s 5-year-old … more
SMITHFIELD— A full array of international business connections was on display Thursday afternoon as economic and commercial attachés from 13 European nations filled the conference room at the … more
SELMA — A Selma man was recognized at last week’s town council meeting for performing a good deed that drew town leaders’ praise. Officer Justin Vause of the Selma Police Department said he … more
SMITHFIELD — A Four Oaks attorney who earned his law degree from Campbell University has been appointed to the District Court bench. Jason H. Coats was named to replace the retiring Robert W. … more
SMITHFIELD — A community leader told the Johnston County Board of Education on May 14 that African Americans at the school district’s central office have been “marginalized under the … more
SMITHFIELD — The Fifth Street Community Garden is bringing people together for a special purpose. “I’ve always wanted a community garden ever since I was little,” said Smithfield resident … more
For the first time in seven months, the Wilson area can expect high temperatures reaching 90 degrees this weekend. The last time thermometer mercury topped 90 in Wilson was the first week of … more
SMITHFIELD — For one Johnston County family, the wait is over. Bonnie Neighbors’ family sat quietly in the center section of a Johnston County courtroom on Monday as the man charged with … more
PRINCETON- The N.C. Department of Transportation is inviting people to attend a meeting in Princeton on Tuesday, May 21 to review a revised proposal for improving a nearly 7-mile segment of U.S. … more
A mild start to the week will progress to balmy spring temperatures under dry and sunny skies as a perfect mid-May script plays out across the greater Wilson region, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in … more
SMITHFIELD — For one Johnston County family, the wait is over. Bonnie Neighbors’ family sat quietly in the center section of a Johnston County courtroom on Monday as the man charged with … more
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