Smithfield Herald

December 18, 2015 7:13 AM

Ball field dispute has day in court

Johnston commissioners rezoned a church-owned field for youth sports

Games adversely affect neighbors with noise and light

Superior Court judge will decide if commissioners followed proper procedure

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Welcome to a Better Phone-Life Balance - Republic Wireless Pops Up in Downtown Raleigh 1:49

Welcome to a Better Phone-Life Balance - Republic Wireless Pops Up in Downtown Raleigh

Dancing and slamming during Primetime with the Pack 1:22

Dancing and slamming during Primetime with the Pack

'The 'why?' is the big question,' family ponders in Craven jail death 2:15

'The 'why?' is the big question,' family ponders in Craven jail death

Tesla Superchargers are coming to Raleigh. Elon Musk explains. 4:18

Tesla Superchargers are coming to Raleigh. Elon Musk explains.

Will Steve Spurrier coach again? 2:54

Will Steve Spurrier coach again?

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet 0:28

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

Synced 911 call, body cam reveal final moments in real time of Charlotte police killing man with hands raised 3:01

Synced 911 call, body cam reveal final moments in real time of Charlotte police killing man with hands raised

UNC recruit Jordyn Adams talks about his first football game in NC 1:09

UNC recruit Jordyn Adams talks about his first football game in NC

Watch Clayton's Jared Cox make a slick catch versus Cleveland 0:13

Watch Clayton's Jared Cox make a slick catch versus Cleveland

UNC's Fedora: 'It's just not going our way right now' 1:29

UNC's Fedora: 'It's just not going our way right now'

  • Neuse River close to 25-foot flood stage in Smithfield

    In Johnston County, the Neuse River at Smithfield exceeded its 15-foot flood stage Tuesday and continued to rise, reaching nearly 25 feet Wednesday afternoon. At 23 feet, the river flooded Hospital and Buffalo roads and cut off the town water treatment plant’s access to its reservoir. The river is expected to remain flooded above 15 feet until Friday night. The Neuse in Smithfield broke records during Hurricane Matthew when it rose above 29 feet.