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A warm, sunny weekend is forecast for the Wilson Times area. High temperatures Saturday should get to at least the mid-70s, and the upper 70s south of Wilson, followed by the low 80s area-wide … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Public Health Department has confirmed a COVID-19 outbreak at Cambridge Place, a residential rehab center for women. The county said one resident and one … more
The Cleveland Fire Department says three firefighters are resting at home after their fire engine overturned in Thursday morning’s heavy rains. Just after 10 a.m., Engine 2 and Ladder 1 were … more
  Johnston County will be one of seven destinations as a group of Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles makes low-altitude passes over sites in Eastern North Carolina. The planes from Seymour … more
CLAYTON — Starting at 7 a.m. Monday, May 4, the N.C. Department of Transportation will close Neuse River Parkway between N.C. 42 and East School Road for three weeks. more
SMITHFIELD — The Centers for Disease Control has lengthened its list of possible COVID-19 symptoms. more
Clayton Town Manager Adam Lindsay might have said it best. “The enemy of a budget is uncertainty, and we’re all living in a bubble of uncertainty right now,” he said. Gov. Roy Cooper’s … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Public Health Department last week explained its reluctance to report how many patients have recovered from COVID-19. “The growth of new cases has led some to … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County students will not receive grades on assignments they complete while learning from home, the schools said in a letter to parents. “Johnston County Public Schools … more
In North Carolina, up to 50 people can attend a funeral under an executive order on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic. And families can still choose to hold a funeral in a church or funeral … more
SMITHFIELD — Dr. Marilyn Pearson counts herself among those Johnstonians who would like for the county’s economy to reopen. “Everybody’s suffering,” the director of the Johnston County … more
SMITHFIELD — Nearly 200 cars came and went through a makeshift drive-thru last Wednesday near the Triangle East Chamber of Commerce. The drivers bought meats, vegetables and paper products from … more
With his Selma dental practice closed for all but emergency procedures, Dr. Justin Barbaro can’t help but think about the employees he had to furlough. His only comfort is knowing that the state … more
CLAYTON — The first Johnston death from COVID-19 was a retired Clayton Parks and Recreation employee, the town said last week. Curtis Jackson, who died April 4 at age 79, had been a patient at … more
CLAYTON — Alfonso Tarazona says an emergency room nurse at Johnston Health saved his life when he came to the Clayton hospital with a sick loved one. “If she hadn’t checked my temperature … more
SMITHFIELD — During the coronavirus pandemic, Johnston County Animal Services is enjoying a slight uptick in adoptions from its Smithfield shelter, a supervisor said this month. Between April 1 … more
When first responders started running out of hand sanitizer, the owners of two Johnston County distilleries knew they could help. And over the past month, InStill Distilling Co. in Clayton and … more
Tuesday is expected to start this forecast period in the Wilson Times area with sunny skies and pleasant temperatures getting to the mid-70s by afternoon. Wednesday should be a little warmer, … more
After a risk of showers and thunderstorms late Saturday and early Sunday morning, the Wilson Times area is likely to enjoy plenty of sunshine and moderate temperatures through Tuesday. Highs … more
PRINCETON — A Selma man died Tuesday evening in  a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 70 at Barden Street, the Princeton Police Department reported,  Kirino Reyes Cruz, 41,  was … more
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