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  • BUSINESS

    Business Notes: June 29

    Here are this year’s graduates of Leadership Johnston, the leadership-development program for Johnston County residents:

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    Sheetz clears another hurdle

    One change to a proposed Sheetz convenience store on U.S. 70 Business is erasing some but not all opposition from residents who will live next to the popular chain of restaurants and gas stations.

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    Grifols christens $370 million Clayton expansion

    Grifols, Johnston County’s largest employer, showed off its Clayton plant expansion on Tuesday, and company executives hinted that more investment here is likely.

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    Business Notes: June 22

    Clayton native James Allen Canady and business partner Greg Patterson have opened Atlantic Wealth Management in Morehead City. The firm is affiliated with Commonwealth Financial Network.

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    Business Notes: June 11

    Leadership Johnston, a leadership-development program, is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 class. To learn more, visit smithfieldselma.com/pages/LeadershipJohnston/. The deadline to apply is June 30.

  • BUSINESS

    Business Notes: May 25

    Bless Her Heart gift shop has opened at 320-A Stancil St. in Smithfield. That’s across West Market Street from Heidi’s Two-Wheel Cafe. The shop has gifts for birthdays, weddings, baby showers, graduation, teacher appreciation, bridal showers, Mother’s Day and Father’s...

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    Business Notes: May 11

    The 2014 Business & Community Expo is scheduled from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 20, at The Clayton Center, 111 E. Second St., Clayton. The event will offer food, networking opportunities, giveaways and vendors showcasing their products and services. Walgreens will offer body and blood-pressure screenings...

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    Sheetz continues NC expansion in Clayton

    Sheetz, the popular convenience-store chain, plans to open 12 new locations this year in North Carolina. That number is more than in any other state, said the company’s chairman, Stan Sheetz.

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    Clayton leaders approve zoning for new Sheetz

    Clayton Town Council voted 4-1 April 7 to rezone 2.5 acres for commercial use near U.S. 70 Business and Rose Street, an area tapped for future development by town planners.

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    Business Notes: April 13

    Four Oaks Bank has promoted Brent A. George to city executive in Clayton. He will continue as a commercial loan officer.

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