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My Kid’s Club Offers Free Support

By | November 12, 2020

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Johnston County Public Schools Celebrates National Career Development Month

By | November 6, 2020

Johnston County Public Schools Celebrate National Career Development Month By Reno Palombit Would you appreciate a qualified professional talking with your child about their career goals? How about evaluating careers with labor market information? Or exploring what education, training, and certifications give them a competitive edge? Or connecting them with industry representatives through guest speakers,…

Help Decide Johnston County’s Parks and Recreation Masterplan

By | October 3, 2020

Help Johnston County by taking a few minutes to let them know your interests and priorities for Parks and Open Space within your County. They are currently updating the Johnston County parks and Recreation Masterplan and conducting a public survey. It is important that they hear your voices because this plan will guide the development…

Duke Energy Wants to Help Their Customers Move Forward

By | September 28, 2020

Our communities have been working hard to rebuild business as usual, and as exciting as the prospect of reopening is, we also recognize that plenty of uncertainties remain. Count on us to provide the tips, products and resources you need to help your business reopen as confidently as possible. Get Billing and Payment Assistance As…

Opportunity for Diversity Training From JCC’s Small Business Center

By | September 11, 2020

Lowe’s Donation Provides Help for Fire Departments

By | September 11, 2020

Lowe’s has already been making a difference in our community by generously donating face masks to the Partnership for Children of Johnston County. Now, once again, they are reaching out to support workers in our region. We have partnered with Lowe’s to distribute masks to every fire department in Johnston County. Mike Mancuso has visited…

State Treasurer Presents to Board of Directors

By | August 31, 2020

The Chamber’s Board of Directors was honored to have North Carolina’s State Treasurer, Dale R. Folwell, join their last meeting to present the latest updates from his department.

Simple Twist Celebrates Newest Location

By | August 31, 2020

Chef Nathan and Colleen Roby opened the first Simple Twist at the 4042 location in June of 2014. They filled a niche in the area for fresh, farm to table meals with cocktails, craft beer and excellent service. Since then, the Simple Twist family has grown with multiple locations in Clayton and Smithfield. The newest…

Small Business Center Announces Counseling Services For Businesses Affected By COVID-19

By | August 22, 2020

JCC Business Center Announces Counseling Services for Local Businesses Affected By COVID

Guide to Responsible Re-entry

By | May 3, 2020

Guide to Responsible Re-Entry What does the new “norm” look like?  This is your guide to thinking about Re-Entry and what steps you need to take now to get ready.  These tips are not designed to replace any official direction from State or Federal guidance.  Responsible re-entry for a business should be as personalized as…

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