Wednesday, February 1, 2023



BCBS Donates To Wayne Community College Pantry

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBS) was so impressed with Wayne Community College’s effort to stem student food insecurity that it...

Central Carolina Community College Announces Fall Semester Graduates

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Central Carolina Community College has announced the following graduates at the conclusion of the 2022 fall semester: JOHNSTON COUNTY Lexus Hornsby          Jessica Bridges          Casey Cutts    Madison Denton        Tonya Lockamy         Kristy...

Opinion: Campuses Will Try To Keep Discriminating

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By John Hood RALEIGH — Later this year, the U.S. Supreme Court will finally compel the University of North Carolina and the rest of...

Mayor Says He Is “Disappointed” By Selma Head Start “False And Inflammatory Letter”

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SELMA - Selma Mayor Bryan McAllister responded Tuesday night to a widely circulated letter on the Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action, Inc. Facebook page about Selma...

Arrest Made In Corinth Holders High Bomb Threat Hoax

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The Johnston County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in connection with a bomb threat phoned in Tuesday morning at Corinth Holders High School. ...

Opinion: Competition Makes Public Schools Better

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By John Hood RALEIGH — According to multiple media reports, there will likely be major efforts during the 2023 session of the North Carolina...

Bomb Threat At Corinth Holders High A Hoax

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The Johnston County Sheriff's Office responded to Corinth Holders High School Tuesday morning after a bomb threat was phoned in to the school. The...

CCCC Adding Evening Program For Laser & Photonics Technology

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LILLINGTON - Central Carolina Community College is adding an evening Laser & Photonics Technology Associate Degree program on CCCC’s Harnett Main Campus in Lillington....

Young Mother Dies In Johnston County Wreck

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ANGIER - The State Highway Patrol says speed was a contributing factor in a fatal single vehicle accident in western Johnston County.  The wreck...

State Says $677 Million From Leandro Order Remains Unfunded

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By Carolina Journal Staff More than $677 million of a court-ordered state education plan remains unfunded, according to new documents from state lawyers. The documents...