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KENLY — The Tobacco Farm Life Museum has received a $15,000 N.C. CARES: Humanities Relief Grant from the N.C. Humanities Council. more
SMITHFIELD — The Triangle East Economic Development Foundation has announced the recipients of the 2020 Business in Need grants. They are the Howell Theatre, Ava Gardner Museum, Artmosphere … more
GOLDSBORO — Two Wayne Community College students have the opportunity to work with environmental scientists on a research expedition. Luke Barefoot of Pikeville and Jacob Yelverton of … more
SMITHFIELD — A panel discussion on racism in health care is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, on YouTube at JohnstonNC Heritage and on Facebook at jocoheritage. The discussion, titled … more
SELMA — Two storefronts on South Raiford Street in downtown Selma collapsed Saturday afternoon. No one was injured. Around 4 p.m., Jim Beaston, owner of A Matter of Record, was in his vinyl … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston school board members had heard the arguments for all-remote learning. The district’s chief administrators were confident the schools could offer robust and rigorous … more
SMITHFIELD — It’s time to equip sheriff’s deputies with body cameras, a Johnston resident told County Commissioners in July. “We’ve seen in the last two months where law enforcement has … more
SMITHFIELD — Planet Fitness hopes to open its 23,000-square-foot gym on North Bright Leaf Boulevard by month’s end, the franchise owner said last week. “We’re absolutely ready and prepared … more
CLAYTON — Residential neighbors fear rezoning 22 acres on Powhatan Road will lead to noise, traffic congestion and lower property values. Landowner David Orringer says rezoning the land would … more
BENTONVILLE — Monuments to the Confederacy and its soldiers are coming down across North Carolina. Frank Powell, a spokesman for the Sons of Confederate Veterans, thinks that’s wrong. … more
3 from Johnston earn WCC honors GOLDSBORO — Three students from Johnston County earned academic honors this past school year at Wayne Community College. Emily Bales of Smithfield and Destanie … more
A trough’s arrival here Tuesday followed by a cold front stalling near the Virginia border should give the Wilson Times area plenty of chances for showers and thunderstorms through … more
SMITHFIELD — A new medical practice, Providence Pain, Spine and Recovery, has opened at 7 Berkshire Road in Smithfield. Dr. Seung Won Kim and his staff treat patients with chronic pain. Kim … more
SMITHFIELD — The email came from the Town of Smithfield, but it could have come from any Johnston County town: Please make a payment plan for past-due utility bills.wn. more
SELMA — Two storefronts on South Raiford Street in downtown Selma collapsed Saturday afternoon. No one was injured. more
SMITHFIELD —American Red Cross-certified training is now within easier reach for eastern North Carolina. MedicalTraining.me in Smithfield has become the only independent, freestanding … more
Friday’s brief break in the summertime heat is in the past, and nothing but the 90s lies ahead for the Wilson Times area until Wednesday. After Saturday’s expected high between 90 and … more
SMITHFIELD — COVID-19 claimed another life in Johnston County on Wednesday as the number cases approached 2,500, the Health Department reported.  more
SELMA — Selma has closed its Town Hall because of a positive COVID-19 test. The building closed at 10 a.m. Thursday and will reopen at 8 p.m. Monday, July 27, Town Manager Steven Hicks said … more
The 2020-21 school year in Johnston will open Aug. 17 with all students learning remotely, the Board of Education said on Wednesday. But students in grades K-5  will return to their schools … more
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