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SMITHFIELD — In the heat of summer, leaving a child in a car can prove deadly in a matter of minutes. “Cars heat up very quickly in the summer, even if windows are kept partially … more
GARNER — The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Cleveland community man with shooting his stepdaughter to death early Friday morning. Ronald James Gasper, 65, of 120 Julio … more
SMITHFIELD — Even children in grades K-5 will do much of their learning remotely this year, so Johnston’s public schools are building their technology inventory. In hand already are … more
SMITHFIELD — The Downtown Smithfield Development Corp. has launched Smithfield Stronger, a second round of grants to support downtown businesses. The first grant program, Smithfield Strong, … more
NEW BERN — A Mexican living illegally in Johnston County will spend the next six and half years in a federal prison. In April 2015, Eduardo Aguilar-Arellano, 35, was deported from the United … more
SMITHFIELD — The number of COVID-19 cases in Johnston could be slowing, based on numbers from the county's Public Health Department. From July 20 to Aug. 3, a period of two  weeks, the … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County Board of Education member Peggy Smith reluctantly voted for the school system's new Code of Student Conduct. more
SMITHFIELD — The town will hire a certified public accountant to reconcile its checkbook. more
SMITHFIELD — The ice cream served at Johnston Health’s Smithfield and Clayton hospitals was a special treat — made with Amish-sourced ingredients, churned by a hit-and-miss engine, … more
CLAYTON — The town has a roadmap for moving its economy forward. More than 350 people helped draw the map by taking part in focus groups, interviews, community surveys and an analysis of the … more
SMITHFIELD — The American College of Cardiology has recognized Johnston Health in Smithfield and Clayton for their expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain. more
SELMA — After a successful summer camp, My Kid’s Club is confident it will operate this fall in Selma and Smithfield, club leaders said in a news release. more
CLAYTON — Because of COVID-19, Clayton’s Harvest Festival has given way to a Spring Fling. A Clayton tradition, the Harvest Festival was scheduled for Oct. 28-Nov. 1. Instead, Spring … more
BENSON — The N.C. SweetPotato Commission has a new executive director. more
BENSON — Finishing Line Press has published “Daddy Said,” a first book of poetry by Teresa McLamb Blackmon of Benson. A book launch is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Community College’s Jaguar Office of Learning Technologies, or JOLT for short, is helping Johnston County public school teachers create online content. more
SMITHFIELD — Nancy Stearns Bercaw is Johnston Community College’s new senior director of communications and marketing. more
  CLAYTON — Five employees of the Fire Department have tested positive for COVID-19, the town reported on Wednesday. “The employees are doing well, and we expect a full … more
SMITHFIELD — The town will give its utility customers an extra 10 days to pay their bills before shutting off water and power. The Town Council called the extra 10 days a grace … more
SELMA — As protests, riots and a pandemic cause unrest, gun sales in Johnston County shops are soaring. At Springhill Outfitters near Selma, sales set records as COVID-19 began to spread, … more
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