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Police say a convenience store clerk told a customer his lottery ticket wasn’t a winner, then cashed it in herself.Modified: 12/28/12 05:44:14 PM
Employees of Johnston County schools might face ongoing criminal-records checks to ensure they're not getting into trouble while on the job. The superintendent's staff introduced the measure at a school board meeting earlier this month. The board will consider it in January.Modified: 12/27/12 01:21:40 AM
The popular burgers and milkshake joint Char-Grill, based in Raleigh, may soon move to Clayton now that the town’s Planning Board has approved for it to open locally, and next the council will make the final decision.Modified: 12/24/12 08:58:41 PM
The South Johnston High School baseball team raised money to fund a toy-buying trip to benefit the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program. In total, the 20 players purchased 529 toys that will be under deserving childrens Christmas trees this year.Modified: 12/24/12 07:39:18 PM
A 15-year-old Wendell boy died Friday night after a gun went off and shot him, according to the Johnston County Sheriff.Modified: 12/22/12 03:48:55 PM
Two Smithfield Police Department officers have been cleared in an August shooting that left one man dead, according to the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office.Modified: 12/21/12 07:24:25 PM
Harbor Inc., one of the charities in The N&Os Holiday Guide to Giving, works to help those who have suffered abuse and to prevent future abuse.Modified: 12/20/12 10:53:46 AM
Starting next year, most euthanasia at the Johnston County Animal Shelter will be done with lethal injection instead of a gas chamber. The shelter has pledged to change its practice after months-long pressure from animal-rights activists.Modified: 12/19/12 05:13:35 PM
Fearing new firearms restrictions in the wake of last week's Connecticut school shooting, customers are flocking to Triangle gun sellers this week. Semiautomatic rifles, such as the AR-15 and its magazines, seem to be the must-have items.Modified: 01/31/13 04:09:26 PM
Paula Gail Harrison, the daughter of Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison, will be in court Wednesday to answer for a positive drug test that violates the prayer for judgment she received less than a year ago for a drug trafficking charge. She could be ordered to spend more than three years in prison.Modified: 12/19/12 10:28:55 AM
Rockside Tire, a shop on Smithfield's Bright Leaf Boulevard near Market Street, has an unusual Christmas decoration - a pyramid-shaped stack of tires crowned with a brightly-lit star. A town councilman said the unusual "tire tree" is a fire hazard, despite the fact the display is in compliance with local fire codes.Modified: 12/17/12 08:28:56 PM
The machete-wielding man who was shot and killed by a Johnston County sheriff's deputy early Saturday morning had grabbed the weapon during a fight with his brother, according to a family friend who witnessed the incident.Modified: 12/19/12 04:03:32 PM
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