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GOLDSBORO — A rural Wayne County man faces an attempted murder charge after sheriff's deputies say he stabbed his wife in the chest Saturday. Deputies were dispatched to an assault call on … more
If wind chill figures were air temperatures, Albert Thomas Jr. says, the greater Wilson area would be a winter wonderland come Sunday. With feels-like readings in the teens and 20s but actual … more
KENLY — Authorities are searching for a 71-year-old woman reported missing from her rural Johnston County home. The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to locate … more
Is it too early to buy milk and bread? Albert Thomas Jr. weighs in on the chance of snowfall in Wilson, Nash and Johnston counties next weekend in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
MICRO — Motorists will need to detour off Interstate 95 in Johnston County late Thursday and early Friday to allow workers to safely set steel girders over the highway for a new bridge. The … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Department of Social Services along with Johnston County Industries, Johnston County Youth Services and other community partners coordinated this year’s Real … more
KENLY — As daylight hours are getting shorter and deer are becoming more active, the North Carolina Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to stay alert and pay extra … more
SMITHFIELD — The N.C. State University Extension Service will hold a Tobacco Day seminar for all tobacco growers and industry personnel from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6 at the … more
Four Johnston County Industries nominees received recognition at the 2018 North Carolina Association of Rehabilitation Facilities awards luncheon in Greensboro on Thursday, Nov. 15. JCI is an … more
CLAYTON — Engineering students at Johnston Community College put their bridge designing skills to the test recently during the Grifols Popsicle stick bridge contest. This is the second time JCC … more
FOUR OAKS — The Bentonville Fire Department donated one of its fire trucks Nov. 19 for Johnston County Public Schools students to use as a mobile learning lab. The donation directly benefits … more
KENLY — The public will once again have the chance to get a sampling of North Johnston High School student and faculty talents at the seventh annual NoJo Night Live talent show scheduled for 6 p.m. … more
SMITHFIELD — Elected officials began their new terms Monday during a swearing-in ceremony at the Johnston County Courthouse with Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Thomas H. Lock … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Community College has received a $198,986 grant from Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas. The funds will be used to connect students with hands-on training and career … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Health Department was among five departments across the state awarded reaccreditation status by the North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation board on … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County Public Schools students and teachers are putting $16,000 in grant money to use in innovative practices in their classrooms and schools. The school system’s … more
SMITHFIELD — Acute flaccid myelitis, the polio-like virus that has paralyzed hundreds of children across the country … more
PRINCETON — The annual Princeton Christmas parade overcame gloomy skies to bring holiday cheer to the community … more
FOUR OAKS — Newton Grove’s police chief was charged in a domestic violence case in Johnston County on Nov. 28. Johnston County sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Caldwell said Everett Franklin … more
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