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2 face charges in Wilson shooting

Two people face charges in connection to a Saturday shooting that left a man injured. Police responded to a 3:13 a.m. shooting call to the 1700 block of Lipscomb Road. When officers arrived, they …
Wilson County sheriff's Deputy Felicia Simmons asks a question Monday during a school resource officer training class at Wilson Community College.

Officers train for school safety

School resource officers from across eastern North Carolina have begun a weeklong course to update their credentials at Wilson Community College. “We have 50 officers and deputies from all over …

City given $400K toward environmental cleanup projects

The city of Wilson already has used more than $1 million in federal funds for environmental cleanup and recently received $400,000 more. “The award of EPA supplemental funding is a significant …
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Albert Thomas Jr.

Weathercast: Mild weekend, then a return to scorching summer temps

The first two days of summer will be mild, but the heat returns with a vengeance as the workweek begins, Al Thomas says in this weekend's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by …

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Selma man sentenced for 10 years in federal prision on gun charge

RALEIGH—A 29-year-old Selma man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after police say he fired a gun into a neighboring apartment. Darnell Thomas Brown pleaded guilty to possession …

Johnston register of deeds issues scam warning

2,600 Johnston grads turn tassels

Options limited for some residents seeking road repairs

Repaving project brings facelift to Kenly streets

Selma pool opens for summer swim season

THE ENTERPRISE
Nash man charged in aunt’s murder

A Nash County man is accused of killing his aunt, a Raleigh resident reported missing whose body was found in a shallow grave last week. Cleavon Royster Williams, 44, of the 4200 block of Biltmore …

$95M Nash budget to keep tax rate flat

Family continues tradition of placing Memorial Day flags

48 earn degrees from Nash-Rocky Mount Early College

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COLUMN
Medicaid gambit won’t boost Cooper

  RALEIGH - What do North Carolina voters think of the job Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has done over his first two and a half years in office? The signals are mixed at the moment. Our state …

LIFE
Summer nights are for baseball

It’s been 80 years since the first baseball game was played at Fleming Stadium. Since then, the teams and the leagues have changed, but the fun of going to the baseball game has stayed the …

SPORTS
College Sports
Tobs maintain control of North Division with comeback win at Peninsula

HAMPTON, Va. — With the red-hot Edenton Steamers breathing down their necks, the Wilson Tobs needed a dramatic, come-from-behind 13-11 victory Friday night against the host Peninsula Pilots to …

Tobs split doubleheader with Mustangs

Stumbling Tobs swept at Edenton

Tobs no-hit by Pilots’ Hall in nightcap

Mustangs blank Tobs 6-0; Game 2 of DH washed out

Community sports
Area calendar, June 24-25

Monday, June 24 American Legion Baseball Farmville Post 151 at Wilson Post 13, 7 p.m.   Tuesday, June 25 p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 3.0px 0.0px; line-height: 11.0px; font: 10.0px …

The first steps of the journey

Jersey Mike’s tops Vets Pets for first WCLL Minor League crown

Wilson Recreation Department Glance

Area Calendar, June 22-23

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