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SMITHFIELD — A third Johnston resident has tested positive for the coronavirus, the county's Public Health Department said this evening. The affected person is in isolation at home, the … 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 — The Downtown Smithfield Development Corp. on Thursday postponed its annual Ham & Yam Festival indefinitely because of the coronavirus. “The Ham & Yam Festival has … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Register of Deeds office is encouraging Johnstonians to do business online. The public may record real estate documents online and make online requests for … more
RALEIGH — The State Employees’ Credit Union, which has a number of branches in Johnston County, has moved to drive-through only for most of its services. Customers can still enter … more
SMITHFIELD — Got a coronavirus question specifically for Smithfield leaders? Now’s your chance to ask it. Through 4 p.m. Marh 20, the town will accept coronavirus questions via email … more
SMITHFIELD — Amid the coronavirus, Johnston County Animal Services is altering some services. • Johnstonians can makerequests for field staff services, including injured or sick … more
WILSON’S MILLS — Mayor Jim Uzzle Jr. on Wednesday declared a state of emergency because of the coronavirus. The declaration authorizes the town administrator and police chief to take … more
SMITHFIELD — The good news on Tuesday was that the number of coronavirus cases in Johnston County was unchanged from the week before. “We have two presumed positive cases here in our … more
SMITHFIELD — Smithfield on Tuesday became the latest local government to declare a state of emergency because of the coronavirus. “This decision is not made lightly, nor is it made to … more
SMITHFIELD — Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the State of North Carolina is encouraging — and sometimes mandating — gatherings of no more than 50 people. The Johnston County … more
Here’s a sampling of what Johnston County eateries are doing now that Gov. Roy Cooper has closed restaurants to dine-in customers. To let the Johnstonian News know what your favorite restaurant … more
SMITHFIELD — Today, Johnston schools began serving grab-and-go meals to students at 13 schools around the county. At an emergency meeting Monday evening, the Johnston County Board of … more
SMITHFIELD — Here’s the short version: Johnston County school system employees will get paid while schools are closed because of the coronavirus. “We will continue to pay our … more
KENLY —Because of the coronavirus, the Town of Kenly is cancelling some services and alterting others. The Parks and Recreation Department has postponed until April 6 all sporting events … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina will close bars and restaurants to dine-in customers starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 17. An executive order from the governor will allow restaurants to continue … more
Because of the coronavirus, the Johnstonian News has voluntarily closed its office through Tuesday, March 31. While the office is closed, the newspaper will continue working to serve its … more
CHAPEL HILL — Until now, only a state lab had conducted testing for suspected coronavirus cases in North Carolina. This week, UNC Health joined the effort. In a news release on Monday, … more
SMITHFILED — The Smithfield Planning Department is closed for face-to-face business until further notice, the town announced on Tuesday. For assistance, call 919-934-2116, Ext. 1111 or Ext. … more
SMITHFIELD — Because of the coronavirus, the Johnston County Planning Department is asking the public to conduct planning business online. more
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