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SMITHFIELD — Johnston County has reported a second coronavirus death, County Manager Rick Hester said in a text message around 11:45 a.m. today (Friday). more
SMITHFIELD — Community & Senior Services of Johnston County has closed its centers for active aging in Benson, Clayton and Selma and its senior dining centers in Kenly, Princeton and … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County now has 23 coronavirus cases, County Manager Rick Hester said in a text message shortly after 2 p.m. today (Thursday). more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County has 21 coronavirus cases, up from 16 on Tuesday and 13 on Monday, County Manager Rick Hester said in a text message on Wednesday. The county is releasing no … more
SMITHFIELD — Because of the coronavirus, Johnstonians will be able to watch but not attend the next meeting of the county Board of Commissioners, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, April … more
SMITHFIELD — Got a question about the Johnston County public schools amid the coronavirus shutdown? The school system has activated a call center to anwer questions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
CLAYTON — A single-car crash on Tuesday injured three people and knocked out power to four neighborhoods, the town reported. The crash happened around 8:30 p.m. on Glen Laurel Road near the … more
Clayton’s Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library was all set to begin curbside services for books. Then Gov. Roy Cooper ordered North Carolinians to stay in their homes through at least April 30 … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Register of Deeds has halted all public access to its office in the courthouse. Registrar of Deeds Craig Olive encourages Johnstonians to use his … more
CLAYTON — An apparent domestic dispute early this morning left two people dead and one injured, the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office reported. Around 2:30 a.m., deputies found the … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County is keeping its courthouse open, but some offices are restricting public access. Among them is the Child Support Office. Starting March 31, Johnston residents may … more
CLAYTON — Gov. Roy Cooper’s stay-at-home order for all North Carolinians has prompted a popular downtown eatery to close temporarily. Burr and Crystal Jones, owners Jones Cafe on Main … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County has 16 coronavirus cases, County Manager Rick Hester said in a text message on Tuesday. more
A low-pressure system to our south and then east is forecast to bring the Wilson Times area over a half inch of rain late Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.   It will likely also be … more
Cleveland High School has announced its Principal’s List and Honor Roll for the first semester. Principal’s List Grade 9 — Delaney Abendschoen, Lance Agee, Robert Albaugh, Briar Barnes, … more
SMITHFIELD — Mayor Andy Moore, the town’s longest-tenured elected leader, has never seen anything quite like the coronavirus. “I’ve served as a council member or mayor through hurricanes, … more
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday issued a stay-at-home order for all North Carolinians. The order, which went into effect at 5 p.m. Monday, allows travel for work, groceries, medical care, prescription … more
PRINCETON — It’s safe to say William “Lane” Parker is beginning to live his dream. Parker, a JCI client, has long wanted to become a florist, and since last August, he has been working at … more
UNC Health has placed restrictions on visitors to its hospitals in Clayton and Smithfield. With few exceptions, UNC Health has banned visitors to inpatient areas of its hospitals. However, the … more
CLAYTON — From “kiss and go” lanes to mandatory temperature checks, Johnston day care workers say their aim is to protect children and staff from COVID-19. Childcare Network, which has seven … more
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