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Johnston schools leaders on July 30 broke ground on the county’s newest elementary school. The school on Lynch Road will serve families in the Thanksgiving community. more
SELMA — Amid the summer heat, many Johnstonians are heading to pools, lakes and beaches to keep cool. But with a dip the water, active supervision and basic childproofing are critical. more
SMITHFIELD — The Triangle East Chamber of Commerce will offer a seminar, “Public Speaking in the Time of Zoom,” at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12. Whitney von Haam, executive director … more
SMITHFIELD — As far as Bryant Spivey knows, no mystery seeds from China have turned up in Johnston County mailboxes. But the head of the county’s Cooperative Extension Services says no … more
SMITHFIELD — Tropical Storm Isaias is likely to make landfall as a hurricane, and while it’s not Fran, Floyd or Matthew, the storm  has Johnston County in its crosshairs, the … more
SMITHFIELD — Hurricane Isaias could bring 50-mph wind gusts and four inches of rain to Johnston County early next week, the National Weather Service reported on Friday. more
SELMA— Town Manager Steven Hicks resigned Thursday ahead of a scheduled meeting to determine his fate. The Town Council then canceled the meeting. “I have been committed to the … more
SMITHFIELD — The number COVID-19 cases in Johnston County climbed to 2,844 on Wednesday, up 56 from the day before. The death toll remained at 44. more
SELMA — The Johnston County Partnership for Children has reached a milestone in its effort to increase literacy by providing books to children. more
SMITHFIELD — Provisional members of the Junior Women’s Leage of Smithfield are combatting hunger in Johnston County. When they became provisional members last August, the club split … more
SMITHFIELD — The N.C. Department of Information Technology has launched a survey to gather information on internet availability and speeds in the state. more
SMITHFIELD — Despite North Carolina’s stay-at-home and safer-at-home orders, Johnston County’s deeds office is reporting increased volumes and revenue. more
SMITHFIELD — In response to COVID-19, the Small Business Center at Johnston Community College is offering additional counseling services for free. more
Harris Teeter, which has a store near Clayton, is requiring shoppers to wear a mask. Only children are exempt. more
SMITHFIELD — Through the years, Johnston Health has weathered hurricanes, floods and tornadoes, and dealt with all sorts of emergencies. more
CLAYTON — Grifols announced Tuesday that it had delivered the first batches of a coronavirus treatment for clinical trials. The medicine provides passive immunity to infected patients and … more
KENLY — The Tobacco Farm Life Museum has received a $15,000 N.C. CARES: Humanities Relief Grant from the N.C. Humanities Council. more
SMITHFIELD — The Triangle East Economic Development Foundation has announced the recipients of the 2020 Business in Need grants. They are the Howell Theatre, Ava Gardner Museum, Artmosphere … more
GOLDSBORO — Two Wayne Community College students have the opportunity to work with environmental scientists on a research expedition. Luke Barefoot of Pikeville and Jacob Yelverton of … more
SMITHFIELD — A panel discussion on racism in health care is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, on YouTube at JohnstonNC Heritage and on Facebook at jocoheritage. The discussion, titled … more
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