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Food for Fines Week is Dec. 12-17
11/30/2016

The Selma Town Council has declared the week of Dec. 12-17 as “Food for Fines Week.”
Decorations going up all around Selma
11/30/2016

Decorations going up all around Selma
It’s beginning to look a whole lot like Christmas in Selma.
Art is therapy at Glendale-Kenly
11/30/2016

Art is therapy at Glendale-Kenly
Art in today’s elementary schools is more than crayons and paper mache.
Parenting skills classes offered
11/30/2016

The Johnston County Health Department will be holding a two-class series to learn and strengthen parenting skills. These classes our interactive and supportive. These are offered to anyone living in Johnston County who has children birth to five years old.
B&G Clubs building likely lost
11/30/2016

B&G Clubs building likely lost
After the Boys and Girls Clubs of Johnston County felt Hurricane Matthew’s wrath on Saturday, Oct. 8, a founder and board member said the clubs would probably never return its original location at 609 N. Pollock Street.
Retirees to meet
11/30/2016

The National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees of Johnston County will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Golden Coral Restaurant in Smithfield. All active and retired federal employees are invited to attend. 
James W. Overbee receives Stickley Fellowship award
11/23/2016

The Pine Level Lions Club recently presented fellow member James W. Overbee with the Jack Stickley Fellowship award.
Pizza Inn reopens with all new look
11/23/2016

Pizza Inn reopens with all new look
The Pizza Inn restaurant in Selma has a new look.
Long-time Johnston County teacher, Charles Wilson, named Living Legend
11/23/2016

Long-time Johnston County teacher, Charles Wilson, named Living Legend
Johnston County Schools named a retired teacher and driver’s education instructor a 2016 Living Legend.
NJ National Honor Society collects food for needy
11/23/2016

NJ National Honor Society  collects food for needy
North Johnston High School chapter of National Honor Society held its annual canned food drive last week, Nov. 14-20, with the items going to the Kenly Area Ministries and Hinnant Outreach Center.
Applications taken for funds for heating help
11/23/2016

Applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) will be taken beginning Dec. 1, 2016 for the priority group and will continue through March 31, 2017 or until the LIEAP funds are exhausted.
Four Oaks Bank donates to Boys and Girls Clubs
11/23/2016

Four Oaks Bank donates to Boys and Girls Clubs
Four Oaks Bank presented the Boys and Girls Clubs of Johnston County with a $5,000 contribution during its annual fundraising campaign this year.
Micro plans parade, other holiday events
11/23/2016

The Micro Community Christmas Parade will take place on Saturday, Dec. 10 beginning at 4 p.m.
Hephzibah plans Live Nativity December 7-9
11/23/2016

Hephzibah Baptist Church will present its Live Nativity Drive Through on Wednesday, Dec. 7, Thursday, Dec. 8 and Friday, Dec. 9, from 7-9 p.m. each night.
Thanksgiving services held in Kenly, Selma, Princeton
11/23/2016

Thanksgiving services in Kenly, Princeton and Selma held Sunday night brought their communities together and raised funds for their local ministerial associations.
SMS fifth-graders treated to arcade
11/16/2016

SMS fifth-graders treated to arcade
The hallways of Selma Middle were transformed into an arcade recently for an interactive math lesson for the school’s fifth grade students. 
Scott Farms to be featured on RFD-TV
11/16/2016

Scott Farms to be featured on RFD-TV
Scott Farms, located between Lucama and Kenly, will be featured in an upcoming episode of the highly-acclaimed TV series, “American Farmer,” set to air on Nov. 22 via RFD-TV.
Water bottle issue dries up
11/16/2016

Water bottle issue dries up
The controversy over whether a local church violated state health regulations when it gave out free water at the Selma Railroad Day Celebration on Oct. 1 has been resolved.
First responders train in Selma
11/16/2016

The sight of first responders from the Selma, Smithfield, Pine Level, Micro, Kenly, Wilson’s Mills, Bethany and Princeton fire departments at the Marathon terminals last week might have alarmed motorists driving on Oak Street, especially after the Oct. 19 accidents on Interstate 95, one of which shut down the interstate and caused a five-mile radius evacuation.
Applications for assistance acccepted Dec. 1
11/16/2016

Applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) will be taken beginning Dec. 1, 2016 for the priority group and will continue through March 31, 2017 or until the LIEAP funds are exhausted.
 
 

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