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Selma Town Council Meeting Rescheduled

The Selma Town Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday night has been moved to Thursday night at 6 pm due to weather conditions. 
Kenly Town Council meeting postponed

Kenly Town Council, which usually meetings the second Monday of each month, will not hold its regularly scheduled meeting tonight. It has been postponed until 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, because of icy streets, according to Kenly Town Manager Greg Dunham
Democrats to meet at church

Johnston Democratic men and women to meet Thursday, Jan. 19, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Smithfield.

Johnston County landfill is taking discarded Christmas trees for free for those who have landfill stickers and about $5 for those with non-landfill stickers.
Micro mayor has high hopes for 2017

“The main concerns for the first part of the year in Micro were taking care of personnel matters,” said Mayor Jay Warren.
Kenly Girl Scout Troop 1100 makes donation

Kenly Girl Scout Troop 1100 makes donation
The Kenly Girl Scout Troop 1100 purchased Christmas toys and cleaning supplies to donate to the Harbor House of Smithfield with help from Mr. Grinch, also known as Alex Gundler, and Kenly Dollar Tree.
Gentry, TFLM supporter to receive award

Jimmy Gentry, President of North Carolina Grange and a strong supporter of Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Kenly, will be receiving the Excellence in Agriculture Award sponsored by Wells Fargo as part of the 12th annual Breakfast with the Commissioner with North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017.
Former Green Hornet Grill to be demolished

Former Green Hornet Grill to be demolished
In support of town leaders’ desire to clean up Selma and improve its image, local developer Kevin Dougherty has agreed to demolish the old Green Hornet Grill and King’s Truck Stop.
Micro Fire Department presents awards to volunteers

Micro Fire Department presents awards to volunteers
Firefighter Zach Peele topped individual honors as he was presented with the Bill Worley Firefighter of the Year Award during the Micro Volunteer Fire Department annual awards banquet held at the fire station on Monday, Dec. 12.
Milltown Java now open

The long-awaited Milltown Java coffee shop in downtown Princeton opened Monday, Dec. 12. It is located at 116 S. Center St., next to QuickShirts and across from Casey’s Florist.
Applications being taken for energy assistance

Applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) will be taken beginning Dec. 1, 2016 for the priority group and will continue through March 31, 2017 or until the LIEAP funds are exhausted.
Kenly hasn’t released Santifort’s personnel records to court

Johnston County District Attorney Susan Doyle said on Dec. 15 that her office has not received court ordered police records from the Town of Kenly regarding former police officer Jesse Santifort.
Anchormen in concert on Jan. 1

The Anchormen will be in concert Sunday, Jan. 1 at 6 p.m. at Praise Sanctuary.
Breakfast With Santa at PES raises $1,200

The annual Breakfast With Santa at Princeton Elementary School on Dec. 10 raised $1,200 for its Melody Makers choral group.
Thirty-three wheelchair ramps built by ministry

Thirty-three wheelchair ramps built by ministry
Under Dail Lewis’ leadership, the ramp ministry of Princeton Baptist Church has built 33 wheelchair ramps, two decks and railings for two porches.
Matthew SBA assistance deadline Monday, Jan. 9

The last day for Hurricane Matthew victims to apply for assistance from the Small Business Association (SBA) is Monday, Jan. 9.
Miss North Johnston to be crowned Jan. 31

North Johnston High School Spring Court will be introduced on Tuesday night, Jan. 31, at halftime of the boys varsity basketball game and from that group Miss North Johnston 2017 will be crowned.
Thrivent Financial helps communities

Thrivent Financial helps communities
Thrivent Financial members in Kenly and Selma hosted four events in October to help the community.
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