How Town Market Became Pine Level’s Hometown Hero

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...

Johnston County COVID-19 Alert Notification System

The Johnston County Public Health Department announced this afternoon they do not have a waiting list for the general public to receive the COVID-19...

Tractor Trailer Fire Closes Roadway

A tractor trailer caught fire Wednesday while traveling through eastern Johnston County.  The semi was hauling a load of North Carolina grown squash to...

Safe Kids Johnston County’s Seat Check Event Keeps Kids Safe

Child Passenger Safety Week September 20-26 SELMA - Tuesday’s Seat Check event at the Selma Fire Department was a success, according to Safe Kids Johnston...

East Coast Firefighters Softball Team Wins National Tournament

Members of the East Coast Fire softball team have returned home after winning the National Fallen Firefighters Softball Tournament in Las Vegas.  The team...

Former JCPS Interim Superintendent Dr. Ben Williams Hired By Wilson County Schools

Former Johnston County Public Schools (JCPS) interim superintendent Dr. Ben Williams started work this week with Wilson County Schools.  Dr. Williams, who was an...

Excessive Rains Cause Widespread Problems

Heavy rains caused major problems Thursday across Johnston County.  Areas along the I-95 corridor, including Smithfield, Selma, Pine Level and Micro, received some of...

Pine Level Ranked #1 Best Up-And-Coming Housing Market In NC

PINE LEVEL - Based on existing growth, current trends, and forecasts, the Town of Pine Level has been identified as the best up-and-coming housing...

Rash Of Convenience Store Break-Ins Could Be Related

Local law enforcement agencies are investigating a rash of convenience store break-ins this week.  Authorities have not ruled out that most, if not all,...

Section Of Downtown Selma Building Collapses

SELMA – The front of a Downtown Selma building collapsed Saturday afternoon. It happened shortly after 4:00pm in the 100 block of S. Raiford...