Commissioner Chairman: “The Lights Are On At The Board Of Education But No One...

The Johnston County School Board is being criticized for its handling of an employment contract for retiring Superintendent Dr. Ed Croom that will leave...

Kissing a Pig to feed students

By Lisa Farmer Wanting to have some fun and do some good, employees at Godwin Manufacturing and Champion Hoist, both at separate locations in Dunn...

Corinth Holders High School Class Of 2020

Johnston County Report salutes Corinth Holders High School Class of 2020: Deonna Gertrude Adams Justin Alexander Adams Morgan Elizabeth Adams Zakiyus Daetreale Adams Jakob Davis Allen Shane Caleb Allen Cristian Alvarez Edgar...

Superintendent Of Public Instruction Candidate Calls For Local Control Of The Reopening Of Schools

“One Size Fits All” = “One Size Fits NONE” CARY - Catherine Truitt, a former classroom teacher in Johnston County Public Schools  and the Republican...

Johnston County Public Schools Will Start School Year Online

School Year For All Students Will Begin Aug. 17th With Remote Learning K-5 Students Will Return To Classrooms September 8th  SMITHFIELD - At the conclusion of...

18 COVID Cases Reported At Johnston Community College

SMITHFIELD - Johnston Community College released a statement Thursday morning announcing 18 confirmed COVID-19 cases involving faculty and students. JCC released the following statement: Johnston Community...

Clayton Fire Department Mourning Another Loss

(Town of Clayton Release) Just when the Clayton Fire Department thought we had reached our limits for heartache, we need to pass on the excruciatingly...

JCPS Veterans Day Celebration Set For Nov. 11

Johnston County Public Schools will hold a special Veterans Day celebration to honor and recognize all Johnston County veterans for their service on Wednesday,...

Johnston County Public School Employees To Receive Extra $400

All full-time Johnston County Public School employees will receive an extra $400 for Christmas.  The stipend was unanimously approved Tuesday by the Johnston County...

It’s Safe To Reopen Schools Where Hospitalization Is Low, Study Says

By David Bass Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — A new national study says that it appears safe to reopen schools for in-person instruction in counties with...