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SMITHFIELD — The Engineering Department at Johnston Community College has awarded its first scholarships to three students — Ethan Davenport, Naser Issa and Randy Young. Davenport … more
The Smith-Bryan Daughters of the American Revolution have presented their Community Service Award to Lisa Gainey. more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County public schools have named Tonya Williams Leather their new high school area assistant superintendent. more
SMITHFIELD — This year, a Big Night Out for the Junior Women’s League of Smithfield became a Big Night In. The benefit raised $9,000 for the Johnston Health Foundation’s new … more
Three different high pressure systems are forecast to dominate the weather in the Wilson Times area from Saturday into next weekend. The first one will bring sunny skies and moderate temperatures … more
SMITHFIELD — The Historic Smithfield Foundation has received a $10,000 donation from Keep Johnston County Beautiful. The money will help restore the Freedmen’s Schoolhouse at 308 N. … more
SMITHFIELD — UNC Health will offer COVID-19 testing from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 17-18 at First Presbyterian Church, 215 S. Third St., Smithfield. more
The Johnston County public schools have named their Principal of the Year. She is Kerri Evans of Swift Creek Middle School. “This was a proud moment for me,” said Evans, whose family … more
By and large, Republican candidates on North Carolina’s ballot fared well on Election Day. One exception was Dan Forest, who lost his bid for governor to incumbent Democrat Roy Cooper, who … more
CLAYTON — The Town Council on Thursday approved a timeline for its search for Clayton’s next town manager. It also signed off on what ads for the job posting will say. The council’s actions … more
11/10/20
SMITHFIELD — In Johnston, the numbers don’t add up for Democratic candidates, says the chairwoman of the county’s Democratic Party. Of Johnston’s 143,707 registered voters, just 28% are … more
SELMA — A recently built apartment stoop at 100 W. Anderson St. impedes a public sidewalk and violates state law, the town’s attorney said recently. Building owner Ron Hester essentially … more
The Johnston County public schools have named their Assistant Principal of the Year. She is Carson Cataliotti of South Smithfield Elementary School. Cataliotti has been the assistant principal at … more
SELMA — Last November, the Town Council voted 3-1 to allow the Max G. Creech Selma Historical Museum to move into the former town hall at 100 N. Raiford. Since then, two newcomers have joined … more
A Johnston native, Amanda Turner attended the county’s public schools, graduating from Clayton High in 2008. She then received her bachelor’s degree in middle grades education from N.C. State … more
Princeton student earns certification GOLDSBORO — A Wayne Community College student from Princeton is ready to tackle Federal Aviation Administration mechanic exams. Jared Rhynehart, a … more
Two roads could reopen this month SMITHFIELD — The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to reopen two Johnston County roads damaged in summer storms. In both cases, floodwaters damaged the … more
Johnston County chooses its Teacher of the Year in part because of her best teaching practice. Amanda Turner, this year’s honoree, has one of those. She calls it the Social Studies … more
CLAYTON — A Publix grocery store will open at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 4298 N.C. 42 East in the Flowers Plantation community. “We are always looking to grow across the state and the … more
Historic site to screen documentary FREMONT — The Gov. Charles B. Aycock Birthplace will host an online screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary “Wilmington on … more
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