The town council agreed last week they want to try to encourage a Wake County developer to have his proposed subdivision be annexed in the town limits. The proposed 90-lot subdivision, which will be built south of New Bethel Church Road across the street from the new South Garner High, is expected to have homes with a price point of $350,000, Town Manager Hardin Watkins said at the March 17 town council meeting.
More than 1,200 car wrecks occurred in Garner in 2014, according to statistics released by the Garner Police Department. And more than 200 of them listed speeding as a contributing factor. At an earlier town council meeting, Police Chief Brandon Zuidema, presented a traffic safety report the the town council and asked that drivers slow down.
The town council voted to approve a resolution that would ease restrictions on the town’s old water sewer allocation policy last week. The policy goes into effect immediately, and developers are now able to double their production.
The ninth edition of the Johnston County Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony brought the same great memories, inspiration and sense of pride in the county’s rich athletic history that previous editions have always featured.
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This week leading up to Easter has become one of the busiest and most interesting weeks of the area prep baseball season. With no games scheduled on Good Friday, teams play their normal Friday games on Thursday.
Smithfield-Selma rallied for four runs and managed to get the potential game-tying run on safely at first base with two outs in the top of the seventh inning. However, Henry Moore’s deep blast to left field was caught just a few steps in front of the fence to end the rally and give the Rams the 6-4 win.