New Harnett County Commissioners Look To Bury Hatchet With Board Of Education

A lot changed on the Harnett County Board of Commissioners over the past year. Only two of five commissioners, who sat on the board to...

Former Panthers Star Becomes Advocate For Reopening N.C. Schools

By Andrew Dunn Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — A former Carolina Panthers star has now become an advocate for re-opening North Carolina schools for in-person instruction. Greg...

Wilson’s Mills Elementary School Roof Replacement

A $522,500 bid has been awarded to replace the roof at Wilson's Mills Elementary School. The project will be paid for with funds from...

Chris Godwin Graduates From UNC’s CGCIO Certification Program

Christopher Godwin, Executive Supervisor of Client Services for Johnston County Public Schools has successfully graduated from the 2019-2020 Certified Government Chief Information Officers Program...

Johnston County School Board Votes To Return To Plan B

A divided Johnston County school board voted Tuesday night to return all Pre-K and EC-Self Contained students to Plan B (four days per week)...

Wayne County Board Of Education Postpones Grades K-5 “Plan A” Transition To March 15

GOLDSBORO - On Wednesday January 13th at a Special Called meeting, the Wayne County Board of Education in a 4-3 vote approved postponing the...

Competing Schools Serve Families Well

By JOHN HOOD RALEIGH — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, our schools have gone in a variety of directions. Some public-school districts that shut...

Duke, UNC Doctors Find ‘Extremely Limited’ COVID Spread In Schools

By Andrew Dunn Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Transmission of the COVID-19 virus has been “extremely limited” in public schools that have reopened in North Carolina, a...

Parents Concerned About LGBTQ, Racial Equality Surveys Sent To 6th Graders

SMITHFIELD - A student survey for a math project has upset parents of some sixth graders at a Johnston County Public School. The parents...

Parents Find Learning Pods Help Students Struggling With Online Learning

By Julie Havlak Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Just after Natalie Jacome launched a new clinic, the pandemic hit. Jacome found herself saddled with two leases and scrambling...