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On the day 71-year-old Kathy Thomas was reported missing, Johnston County investigators conducted a welfare check at her N.C. 222 West home just outside Kenly. The doors were unlocked. Clothes … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Community College Board of Trustees Chairman Lyn Austin has received this year’s I.E. Ready Award. The award is given annually by the State Board of Community Colleges to … more
There are two Veterans Day services planned this week and early next week in Johnston County. Both ceremonies honor the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. On Saturday, Nov. 10, the … more
PRINCETON — Changing Hearts, 102 Holt’s Pond Road, will have a truckload of free food to be given away … more
SELMA — The last day to buy engraved bricks as part of the fundraising campaign for the Selma Civic Center now under construction will be Thursday, Feb. 28. Bricks can be purchased at Town Hall … more
SMITHFIELD — The Greater Smithfield-Selma Area Chamber’s Women’s Business Network will celebrate professional leadership on Thursday at its inaugural Athena Leadership Award Luncheon. The … more
SMITHFIELD — Two longtime Johnston County school board members bid emotional farewells at the Nov. 13 school board meeting. Vice Chairwoman Dorothy Johnson served 24 years as a school board … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Department of Social Services will accept applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program beginning Dec. 3 and continue through March 31, 2019 or until … more
A workweek warmup is in store for the greater Wilson area, but a high-pressure system on its way Friday should make for a chilly weekend. Under mostly sunny skies, Tuesday's high temperature will … more
SMITHFIELD — Friday is the last day parents can weigh in on a proposed grading system for kindergarten through fifth grade that would replace traditional letter grades in the 2019-20 school year. … more
PINE LEVEL — It was a changing of the guard at the Pine Level Seniors Group’s monthly meeting Nov. 14 as outgoing President Janice White handed over leadership duties to fellow member Linda … more
SMITHFIELD — A computer analyst for the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office is preparing for the 2019 Boston Marathon on April 15. Gary Snow has worked for the sheriff’s office since April … more
KENLY — When he was hired as town manager in July, Michael Douglas made a to-do list. In less than six months, he’s already begun crossing off some items. “We installed gateway signs along … more
GOLDSBORO — A Princeton family will star in The Center Stage’s upcoming production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” Producers cast 13-year-old Jillian Malham in the lead role. Jillian is an … more
Christmas parades, tree-lighting ceremonies and festivals will kick off the holiday season in Johnston County beginning this week. The winter fun begins Friday in Kenly, when the Tobacco Farm Life … more
Johnston County motorists were keenly aware of the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s presence in 2018. According to NCDOT spokesman Andrew Barksdale, construction crews will be busy on … more
Cold and sunny weather this weekend will give way to mild and wet Monday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in the Saturday, Feb. 9 installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
SELMA — The town of Selma has hired Randy Cahoon-Tingle as its new planning and economic development director. He succeeds Julie Maybee, who retired from the position. “Randy has over 10 years … more
SELMA — Mayor Cheryl Oliver said 2018 brought many good things to Selma. “It has been exciting to watch the rollout of our ‘Year of the Visual’ projects,” said Oliver. “That included … more
BAILEY — Authorities say sheriff's deputies shot and killed a gun-wielding man early Saturday in rural Nash County. Deputies were called to the 1200 block … more
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