Wednesday, December 1, 2021






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

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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...

Tractor Trailer Fire Closes Roadway

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

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...

Man Charged With Damaging Family Cemetery

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A motorist stuck in a ditch has been charged with causing an estimated $1,000 in damage to a family cemetery. On August 20th, authorities said...

Two Hospitalized After House Fire In Selma

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Two people were transported to the hospital after their home caught fire this morning (Thursday) in Selma.  The fire also destroyed a car. The...

Junior Women’s League Projects Address Food Insecurity In Johnston County

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SMITHFIELD - The Junior Women’s League of Smithfield (JWL) has seen months of hard work by its newest members come to fruition with the...

Additional COVID-19 Funds Disbursed To Johnston County For Public Health And Essential Services

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NC Pandemic Recovery Office Disburses Additional $150 Million Of Federal Funds To 97 Counties RALEIGH - Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that an additional $150...

Section Of Downtown Selma Building Collapses

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

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

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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...

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

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