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Committee to police Selma’s appearance SELMA — The town will start fining people who park in their yards, leave their trash bin the wrong place and fail to mow their grass. The town’s … more
SMITHFIELD — By a 3-2 vote, the Smithfield Town Council narrowly approved a revised food truck ordinance that lifts some restrictions on where the trucks can operate. Councilmen Ashley Emery, … more
SMITHFIELD — A Johnston County grand jury has indicted a married couple on felony charges of obtaining property by false pretenses for allegedly using fake credentials to secure Johnston County … more
CLAYTON — A traffic shift needed for the N.C. 42 widening in Clayton will occur Wednesday evening, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation. Starting at 8 p.m., contract workers will … more
Showers are on the way Saturday for the Wilson Times area, and their arrival time is key for the Wilson Christmas parade. There is a slight chance of widely scattered drizzle or light rain early, … more
CARY ­— A former West Johnston High School teacher will seek the Republican nomination for state school superintendent in the March 3 primary election. Catherine Truitt taught junior and … more
SMITHFIELD — What would happen if most Johnston high schools ran on the same schedule, starting and ending the day at the same time? And what if most of the county’s elementary and middle … more
Here’s a look at coronavirus numbers in Johnston County as of 1 p.m. May 18. Confirmed cases — 230 Deaths — 19 Hospitalized — 6 Home — 205 Male — 39 … more
A state medical examiner couldn’t determine how a 71-year-old Johnston County woman died after her body was discovered in a shallow grave behind a Wilson home in December. Kathy Thomas had been … more
SMITHFIELD­ — A revised public comment policy that would still restrict the topics speakers can address received its first reading at the Johnston County Board of Education’s Sept. 10 … more
Air tragedies of any kind are always horrible, but they’re particularly painful, poignant and hit close to home whenever you feel like you have even the slightest connection to either the victims … more
High pressure centered across the northeastern United States ridging back to Tennessee is expected to continue to dominate the weather in The Wilson Times' area at least through the weekend. That … more
MICRO — The town of Micro will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new utility business center, 450 U.S. 301 S., at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5. Town residents and … more
A group that calls itself Reopen NC wants Gov. Roy Cooper to, well, reopen North Carolina to business. Cooper says that could be disastrous. What do Johnston lawmakers think? Most did not … more
SMITHFIELD — Less than a year after placing its first four Blessing Boxes in Johnston County, the Junior Women’s League of Smithfield has installed two more, with plans to add another … more
SMITHFIELD— The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded Johnston Community College a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy. This local grant award is part of more than $8.3 million in … more
SMITHFIELD — Clayton High School graduated 13 students who lacked the required number of credits to earn high school diplomas during June commencement, according to Johnston County Public Schools. … more
MICRO — This small town was transformed Thursday to resemble a village along the Tour de France route as nearly 1,000 cyclists made a pit stop at the Micro Volunteer Fire … more
CLAYTON — A section of Winston Road between Interstate 40 and Clayton is closed as crews work to demolish and replace a bridge. The bridge spanning White Oak Creek was built in 1955 and has … more
SMITHFIELD — Ted Godwin, chairman of the Johnston County Board of Commissioners, likes to quote Ronald Reagan. “Those that would forgo freedom for security or peace will achieve neither one … more
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