Thursday, September 20, 2018 3:51:00 PM
The Town of Selma has been featured in the latest edition of Here We Grow!
Here We Grow is a North Carolina League of Municipalities economic development storytelling website. It captures stories from Cities and Towns across the State about what they’re doing to improve their local economies and grow jobs. Here we grow has since partnered with WRAL TechWire to publish stories to much, much, much larger audiences.
Click Here to read the article: https://herewegrownc.org/local-stories-list/selma-transforming-in-year-of-the-visual/
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 10:05:00 AM
Today the Town of Selma had a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Jacqueline J. Lacy Tennis Courts!!!
Mrs. Lacy is the Town’s Mayor Pro Tem and the most Senior Member of Council. She is an advocate for diverse recreational activities. The Jacqueline J. Lacy Tennis Courts are designed for Children under the age 10 and Seniors over the age of 60.
Special thanks to the United States Tennis Association and the Johnston County Visitor’s Bureau for providing grant funds for this project.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 12:00:00 PM
Friday, August 31, 2018 10:32:00 AM
Jamie Whitley was sworn in by Register of Deeds Craig Olive on August 31, 2018.
Friday, July 27, 2018 3:38:00 PM
WE MADE IT !!!!!!!
It has taken almost two years and lots of donations from great people all over Selma and beyond, but the Selma Civic Center Team has reached its goal. On July 10th, representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture appeared before the Town Council to announce that they were awarding a Rural Business Enterprise Grant in the amount of $197,266 to the Town of Selma in order for the civic center project to move ahead with the installation of heating and air-conditioning, electrical, sprinkler/fire alarm, and data systems. This grant brings the total amount raised for the project over the $300,000
From Ann Williams - "We are very grateful to all the citizens who have purchased bricks and made personal and corporate donations. These very special monies allowed us to install a new roof and build our new large restroom addition along with restoring the historic windows, hiring an engineer, replacing the gable ends of the building, and beginning the restoration of the original floor. And now, this wonderful grant will help us with the interior systems that are necessary to get this building open to the public. Our team of 10 individuals is extremely excited and will be working hard over the next few months to move this project toward completion."