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Rain will steak through the greater Wilson County area this week as a low-pressure system and cold front make their presence felt, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this installment of The Wilson Times … more
SELMA — The Arms Around Selma community cleanup day will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 with volunteers meeting in the parking lot of Selma Elementary School, 311 W. Richardson St. Organizers … more
KENLY — A blood drive sponsored by North Johnston High School’s Health Occupations Students of America chapter and the American Red Cross will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday in the … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Health has received straight A’s for the second consecutive year in The Leapfrog Group’s fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade. The health care system’s hospitals in … more
Veterans were honored throughout Johnston County over the Veterans Day holiday weekend. Following the town of Princeton’s annual Veterans Day parade on Saturday, the county’s largest observance, organized by Johnston County Public Schools, was held Monday … more
KENLY — In recognition of her years of community service and involvement with her hometown, Betty … more
SMITHFIELD — Town council members voted unanimously to rezone a possible site for the new Johnston County Law Enforcement Center during their … more
PRINCETON — Princeton High School students seeking career in preschool and childhood-related … more
SMITHFIELD — Vice Chairwoman Dorothy Johnson, who has served on the Johnston County Board of Education since 1998, finished the Nov. 6 general election in fourth place and missed one of three … more
KENLY — Several new features have been added to the second edition of Christmas on Main for this year, according to festival Chairwoman Janie Holland. The event that was so popular with visitors … more
PRINCETON — Princeton High School juniors got a rude awakening about the value of the dollar in the real world during a personal finance simulation workshop called “The Reality of Money” held … more
SMITHFIELD — For history enthusiasts, the Johnston County Heritage Center is the place to explore the county’s past. The heritage center, located at 241 E. Market St., Smithfield, has been … more
KENLY — Town employees could be in line for a raise when the Kenly Town Council holds its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13. Following a pay study discussed in October, the council will … more
CLAYTON — With Tuesday’s general election days away, the Johnston County Republican Party withdrew support for a second GOP Johnston County school board candidate last week. The party dropped … more
SELMA — State highway contractor Fred Smith Co. says a subcontractor was responsible for a fallen power line across Interstate 95 between Micro and Kenly that caused a road closure last Thursday, … more
KENLY — Thanks to a monetary gift in longtime church member Rachel Kirby Thomas’ will, Kenly United Methodist Church has added an enclosed accessibility lift near its front entrance on East … more
PRINCETON — Christie Woodard said her dream was always to become a restaurant owner. Last month, her dream came true. Crick’s Pizza Shack opened last month. It’s located at 1060 Edwards … more
SELMA — Boys and Girls Clubs of Johnston County will cease operation on Dec. 31. A new nonprofit organization, My Kid’s Club, will assume all the responsibilities of the local club. The Boys … more
The Johnstonian News is expanding its news coverage and circulation territory from northeastern Johnston County to the county seat of Smithfield. This week’s paper is the premiere edition … more
MICRO — What began as a simple reading assignment recently for Micro Elementary School fourth-graders turned into a friendly competition called lemonade wars that taught youngsters the value of … more
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