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SMITHFIELD — Rita Cook of Angier, a registered nurse with more than 30 years of experience, has been named Johnston Health’s Ambassador of the Month for April. During a recent presentation, … more
KENLY — North Johnston High School seniors will visit three elementary schools May 9 ahead of graduation ceremonies on May 31. Soon-to-be graduates will participate in graduation walks at … more
SMITHFIELD — More than 20,000 pounds of paper was shredded at Johnston County Register of Deeds Craig Olive’s annual Shred Event held on April 6 at Carlie C’s IGA supermarket. Boxes and bags … more
SMITHFIELD — Teacher Assistant Jennifer Jordan from West View Elementary School was named this year’s Teacher Assistant of the Year during a recent annual banquet. Teacher assistants work … more
WENDELL — Corinth Holders High School will receive a $5.8 million to ease overcrowding on its campus. The Johnston County Board of Education voted unanimously at its April 9 meeting to approve the … more
GARNER — The Pine Level-based Baker School of Dance will celebrate its 40th anniversary with its annual spring recital, “Top 40 Hits” this Saturday at the Garner Performing Arts Center. … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston Community College Board of Trustees will meet at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2 in the college’s Wilson Conference Room. For more information, call 919-209-2011 or email … more
GREENVILLE — A Kenly native and first-year student at the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine is among a select group of U.S. dental students and the only student from North Carolina … more
KENLY­— Described by Glendale-Kenly Elementary School Principal Cole Yarborough as being a “true asset to the daily functions of our school” in his nomination letter for her, Teresa … more
SMITHFIELD — Schyler Crocker of Selma with his grand champion steer, Shelby Anderson of Wendell with her reserve champion steer, Lydia Crocker of Selma with her grand champion market lamb, Andrew … more
For the first weekend in a while, there's no major threat of rain in the greater Wilson area this weekend. The region can expect a typical springtime pattern of warm daytime temperatures and mild … more
Corinth Holders High School has released its principal's list and honor roll for the second nine weeks of the school year.  PRINCIPAL'S LIST  The principal's list has students with a … more
Smithfield-Selma High School has released its second-quarter president's list and honor roll. The principal's list includes students who received all As, while the honor roll recognizes those who … more
ROCKY MOUNT — Representatives from the N.C. Department of Transportation, CSX Corp. and Carolinas Gateway Partnership held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for the Carolina Connector intermodal … more
SELMA — Selma Police Chief Billy Thomas said Thursday no charges have been filed in a collision between two fuel transport trucks that occurred near the intersection of U.S. 301 and U.S. 70 in Selma around 5:20 a.m. Wednesday. more
Temperatures will be at or above the seasonal average of 75 degrees in the Wilson area this week with plenty of sunshine, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
GOLDSBORO — Two Johnston County state transportation employees were winners in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s annual “Safety Roadeo” held for three days last week. Donnie Taylor, … more
SMITHFIELD — Two property owners’ dispute over a rezoning request was tabled until the Smithfield Town Council’s May 7 meeting in hopes their differences can be resolved. Realtor Bonnie … more
SMITHFIELD — The Grifols Popsicle stick bridge-building and efficiency testing contest on April 11 inspired some Innovation Academy students to consider engineering careers. The contest is part … more
SELMA — Arthur Miller’s classic “The Crucible” was brought to life Thursday by the Johnston County Early College Academy’s The Lion’s Theater Company. The play was presented at the … more
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