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SMITHFIELD — School board member Ronald Johnson wasn’t buying what a proposed policy amendment was selling. more
CLAYTON — Baseballs, children’s toys, plastic cups and diapers. Those are some of the items Clayton residents have flushed down their toilets. leading to clogged sewer lines that take time and … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Health has named Dr. Rodney McCaskill chief medical officer. He had been interim chief since last October. In July, McCaskill began working in the Smithfield Emergency … more
SELMA — Town residents may notice smoke rising from out of the ground, sidewalks, cleanouts and streets beginning Monday, but officials say the smoke is harmless and people should not be … more
SMITHFIELD — A North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper who fired 11 shots, killing a fleeing suspect, will face no charges in the July 1 incident. “Trooper (Joshua) Kiser was legally justified … more
KENLY — DaVita hopes to have its new kidney dialysis clinic currently under construction in Kenly ready to open by mid-November, according to company officials. Project superintendent Dax … more
SMITHFIELD — When the Rev, Lee Colbert arrived at First Baptist Church of Smithfield, Jimmy Carter was president, “My Sharona” by The Knack ruled the airwaves and the top movie was “Kramer … more
Johnston County schools are delivery lunch and breakfast to the following community sites. Pickup is available from noon to 12:45 p.m. weekedays starting March 20. Benson — Entrance to P.K. … more
SMITHFIELD — Before the Johnston County Board of Education met earlier this month, its policy on employee conduct with students numbered 132 words. It now totals 1,221. Broadly speaking, the old … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County has received $163,295 to hand out to nonprofit groups that provide emergency food and shelter in the county. more
GOLDSBORO — Sheriff’s deputies say they approached a car stopped in the middle of the road and found a Johnston County man “grossly impaired” on alcohol and drugs behind the wheel. … more
SMITHFIELD — Normally, the Triangle East Chamber of Commerce hosts a fall business expo. This year, chamber leaders chose something different. On Wednesday, Sept. 25, the chamber will host a … more
SELMA — Steven Hicks is Selma’s new town manager effective Tuesday, town officials announced last week. The Selma Town Council planned to introduce Hicks during its Tuesday evening meeting, … more
MICRO — Hinnant Outreach Center, an arm of Micro Original Free Will Baptist Church, will hold a toy giveaway and “hot dogs with Santa” lunch at 11 a.m. this Saturday for Micro-area children. … more
KENLY — In her role as a corporate health consultant for Johnston Health, Jaime Pearce schedules blood pressure and blood glucose screenings for employees of local companies and makes appointments … more
Partly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures are forecast for the Wilson Times area over Memorial Day weekend. There is a 25% chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm Saturday, but … more
CLAYTON — Police are investigating the death of a 54-year-old woman found dead this afternoon in her apartment in the 600 block of North O’Neil Street near downtown. more
SMITHFIELD — A 28-year-old woman found dead outside her Smithfield home on July 2 was fatally stabbed, police confirmed last week. “With the assistance of the North Carolina Medical … more
SMITHFIELD — Duke Energy Chairwoman, President and CEO Lynn J. Good was the keynote speaker at a broker/consultant “fly-in” held at the Johnston Regional Airport on Thursday. A crowd of … more
SMITHFIELD — The Smithfield Town Council delayed action on the Neuse Amphitheater renovation project at its Oct. 1 meeting. Mayor Andy Moore asked Parks and Recreation Director Gary Johnson to … more
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