Saturday, May 28, 2022




Johnston County Clerk Of Court Office Closed For Remainder Of The Week

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The Johnston County Clerk of Court Office closed around 10:00am today (Monday) due to COVID concerns.  Clerk of Court Michelle Ball said the closure...

Are Delivery Drivers Covered Under Their Own Car Insurance? Key Factors To Know

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Since the start of the pandemic, there is increased demand for delivery drivers. Whether it’s for a restaurant, grocery store, medical supply or pharmacy,...

Lawmakers Want To Know Why Governor Grabbed Rural Broadband Money

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By John Trump Carolina Journal News Service  RALEIGH — Senate Republicans are asking Gov. Roy Cooper to reverse a move to eliminate relief money for rural broadband, hurting...

Smithfield Mayor Pens Letter To Citizens Amid Coronavirus

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Smithfield Mayor Andy Moore penned an open letter to the citizens of Smithfield on Thursday amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. "I've served as a council...

Bars And Clubs Mix Creative Strategies In Effort To Survive

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By Kari Travis Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Just off North Carolina’s Highway 55 sits a tiny biker bar near the line of Wake and...

Christmas Drive-Thru Shows Seniors They Aren’t Alone

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Elderly people suffered mightily during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Those with pre-existing conditions and advanced age fell directly into the crosshairs of the coronavirus. As...

Garner, Wake County Mask Mandate To Be Lifted Friday, Feb. 25

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Employers and Businesses Still Can Require Masks on Their Premises The mask mandate for the Town of Garner and Wake County will expire effective...

Limited Prison Visitation Resumes With COVID-19 Precautions

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RALEIGH - The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice will resume limited visitation at all the state’s prisons and in its juvenile justice...

$2.5 Million Approved To Help Fund Transit Rides To And From COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

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The NC Department of Transportation and the NC Department of Health and Human Services announced that approximately $2.5 million in Coronavirus Relief Funding is...

How Town Market Became Pine Level’s Hometown Hero

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Local Grocery Store Keeps Shelves Stocked, Customers Safe And Employees Supported During COVID-19 Pandemic PINE LEVEL - As the COVID-19 crisis hit in mid-March, a...