Wayne County Vaccine Registration Begins For Individuals Age 75 And Older

Beginning this week, individuals who are age 75 or older will be able to register at an off-site location to receive a COVID-19 vaccine...

Harnett County COVID-19 Presumptive Positive Count Remains At Four

County announces updates on operational changes Harnett County continues to work with state officials and local agencies to closely monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)....

Funding Available To Help Low-Income Households With Energy Bills During Hot Summer Months

Funding is now available to help North Carolinians in crisis pay cooling or heating bills or secure cooling or heating resources. The North Carolina...

You Decide: What’s the Future of Retailing?

By Dr. Mike Walden One of my most enduring memories as a small child was the weekly shopping trip with my mother. This was in...

Johnston County Schools Closed Through May 15th

NC Governor Roy Cooper signed a new order today (Monday) extending the closure of all North Carolina public schools, including all K-12 classes in...

Garner Town Hall To Reopen To The Public On Monday, June 1

Garner Town Hall will reopen to the public on Monday, June 1 at 8 a.m. The building has been closed to visitors since late...

Rep. Strickland Delivers Supplies To Local Food Banks

Representative Larry Strickland delivered over 10,000 pounds of supplies to Johnston County Food Banks on Wednesday. "It was a tremendous honor to work alongside my...

Johnston County Tax Collections Office Closed This Week

The Johnston County Tax Collections office will be closed to the public this week (Nov. 23 - 27) due to a staffing shortage caused...

NC Designates Child Protective Services And Adult Protective Services Workers As Emergency First Responders

RALEIGH - Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) announced that child protective services and adult protective services workers are...

Parents Find Learning Pods Help Students Struggling With Online Learning

By Julie Havlak Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Just after Natalie Jacome launched a new clinic, the pandemic hit. Jacome found herself saddled with two leases and scrambling...