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The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office plans to charge a 53-year-old man with murdering his parents. On Oct. 4, sheriff’s deputies went to 960 Olivia Way, Selma, to conduct on well-being … more
SMITHFIELD — A gift from the Jackon Charitable Foundation will allow Smithfield-Selma High School to teach Ramsey Education’s “Foundations in Personal Finance” curriculum. … more
KENLY — Town leaders hope a new elevated storage tank will improve the quality of Kenly’s water. “With the current water tank, we are having a little bit of a THM issue, and … more
SELMA — The Town Council will likely hire a search firm to help find Selma’s next town manager. Mayor Cheryl Oliver put the cost at maybe $4,000. For that price, a search firm would … more
MOUNT OLIVE — Veronica Kirkland was born and raised in the Big Apple — Brooklyn to be exact — where the city and its people never sleep. With its perpetual motion and vast … more
SELMA — A Sept. 23 seat-check event at the Selma Fire Department was a success, Safe Kids Johnston County reported. more
SMITHFIELD — Some neighbors don’t want it, but the Smithfield Town Council has voted 5-2 to expand the town’s water plant. more
CLAYTON — The wife of a part-time Clayton firefighter has died of COVID-19 complications, the town said on Thursday. more
SMITHFIELD — The number of COVID-19 cases in Johnston County climbed by 44 from Wednesday to Thursday,, the Health Department reported.  The number of deaths remained at 57 on … more
SMITHFIELD — The number of COVID-19 cases in Johnston County has surpassed 4,600, the Health Department reported on Wednesday.  The number of deaths remained at 57 on Wednesday, while … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Health has named Sheila Nixon of Smithfield its Ambassador of the Year. A nurse for 28 years, she works in the hospital’s endoscopy department. “She is a … more
SMITHFIELD — Increasingly, employers in the Triangle prefer applicants with two-year degrees and job certificates. In a recent survey of 737 companies, including 139 in Johnston, just 39 … more
SMITHFIELD — Dave Miller has two things he wants people to know about suicide. “First is that it impacts a community,” said Miller, director of social work in the Behavioral … more
SELMA — The Selma Historical Museum on Saturday, Oct. 3, will celebrate Lady Bird Johnson’s 1964 visit to Selma aboard the Lady Bird Special, a train. more
CLAYTON — The town pays many of its employees over-the-top salaries, a Clayton resident told the Town Council earlier this. “We simply cannot understand why townspeople are paying … more
CLAYTON — The Johnston County Board of Elections has moved a Clayton polling place in advance of the Nov. 3 election. more
RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services has launched a COVID-19 exposure-notification app called SlowCOVIDNC. The apps aims to help North Carolinians slow the spread of … more
SMITHFIELD — The number of COVID-19 cases in Johnston County rose by just 22 from Wednesday to Thursday, the Health Department reported.  more
CLAYTON — A 9-year-old boy accidentally shot his 2-year-old sister in the head Friday morning, Clayton police said. The shooting happed just after 11 a.m. at 108 Smart Court, which is off … more
SMITHFIELD — The Johnston County Board of Education on Thursday cleared the way for K-5 students to return to their classrooms five days a week. Originally, kindergarten students were to … more
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