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RALEIGH­— Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Innovative Young Farmer of the Year Award. The award is given by the Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Kenly and sponsored by the Farm … more
RALEIGH — The N.C. House of Representatives approved the appointment of Reginald Ronald Holley, a Benson native, to the UNC Board of Governors on Oct. 22 by a unanimous vote of 101-0. Holley … more
KENLY — During an Oct. 23 ceremony witnessed by the entire North Johnston High School student body, the 2019 edition of “Panther Prints,” the school yearbook, was dedicated to former principal … more
MICRO — Volunteers are collecting toys to distribute to local children at a Christmas giveaway and hot dog lunch planned for Dec. 7. Charlie Young of North Carolina Farm Bureau Insurance in … more
CLAYTON — During its October meeting, the Clayton Chamber of Commerce board of directors endorsed the upcoming Clayton parks bond referendum. The bond will be on the Nov. 5 municipal election … more
KENLY — The Tobacco Farm Life Museum will hold its annual barbecue cook-off fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11 at the museum. “This whole-hog backyard competition brings … more
GARNER — The North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program began its latest anti-drunken driving initiative Monday. This year, authorities are expanding their focus on traffic safety to … more
Have you been thinking about “Revival” very much? Many of us grew up in a time when revivals were a vital part of church life. As a matter of fact, where I grew up in Georgia, revivals came at … more
CLAYTON — One U.S. Senate candidate is literally taking his campaign to the people. Dr. Atul Goel of Raleigh is seeking the Democratic nomination in the March 3 Senate primary with hopes of … more
CLAYTON — Johnston Community College says it will offer college transfer courses at its Cleveland Center in western Johnston County starting in January. Students can select from general … more
KENLY — Lulu Jolliff, a longtime social worker and Kenly public servant, died Oct. 23 at the age of 92. Joliff served for many years as Johnston County’s director of social services and her … more
SMITHFIELD — Neuse Charter School, 900 E. Booker Dairy Road, will hold its fall festival from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2. Attendees are asked to enter the school on Kellie Drive. The event … more
SELMA — It’s going to feel quite a bit different at the intersection of Raiford and Waddell streets in the heart of downtown Selma as Creech Drug, a business that began in 1940 and has served the … more
SMITHFIELD— The new Student Success Center at Johnston Community College is open. The center is a comprehensive one-stop shop located in the Tart Building in the heart of JCC’s main campus. … more
SELMA — The Johnston County Area Transportation System’s leader recently asked county commissioners for money to build an operations and maintenance facility. Executive Director Neal Davis … more
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