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A lifelong commitment to volunteering with heartfelt compassion for Wilsonians started at an early age for both nominees of the Paul Lee Stevens Humanitarian of the Year Award. “Each one of … more
Editor’s note: This story contains graphic details of a sexual assault case. Reader discretion is advised. A Wilson man who was convicted Wednesday of raping a woman in 2017 will spend more than … more
When I was very young and asked what I wanted to be, the answer was easy enough: Captain of a starship. How did I know that not enough time would pass for my first dream job to develop from the … more
Thumbelina is The Wilson Times' adoptale pet of the week. Thumbelina is a spayed female who is described as cat-, kid- and dog-friendly. She's a petite girl and can be adopted by calling Purrfect … more
The city of Wilson has once again been honored for how it prepares financial reports and provides that information to the public. The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States … more
The Wilson Community College Small Business Center has formed a partnership with the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative to provide the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program to ignite the … more
Leaders from this newspaper’s publishing company will participate in a yearlong program at the University of North Carolina designed to help news outlets improve their products and remain … more
The Wilson Committee for Persons with Disabilities is participating in National Disability Employment Awareness Month by accepting nominations for the annual recognitions of Employee of the Year, … more
One of the main components of the Wilson Family YMCA’s move to downtown will incorporate an after-school program specifically designed for middle schoolers. The city of Wilson’s Thursday … more
Ten days after Wilson County’s municipal elections, officials confirmed the results on Friday. “One thing to note for the record is after counting the absentees received by mail and the … more
Residents at Spring Arbor enjoyed the recent 1950s-themed party for which Joe and Judy Strickland, also known as The Lamplighters,  played '50s music. Attendees said the dancing they enjoyed was … more
I’m kind of a gunslinger. Now, don’t get me wrong, that’s definitely a metaphor and not based in reality. In fact, I don’t own a gun nor do I have the hubris to think that, despite my … more
The Wilson Housing Authority and Carolina Family Health Centers’ Wilson office have partnered to offer free wellness checks for Wilson’s public housing residents. The first of these events was … more
Wilson police Sgt. C.J. Sanders has been charged with driving while impaired and speeding in Johnston County. Trooper C. Best of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol stopped Sanders for … more
It’s been 30 years since Rex B. Vick moved to the Triangle, but the Hunt High School graduate is returning home to build Wilson’s largest housing development since the Great Recession. “I … more
The DelMastro family continued its longstanding support of Wilson Community College Wednesday with a $50,000 scholarship endowment. WCC President Tim Wright thanked the family for its “ongoing … more
Advocates of a move to bypass Congress and advance U.S. constitutional amendments to state legislatures for ratification are renewing their effort to add North Carolina to the list of states making a … more
Police are investigating a Tuesday morning shooting that injured a man in the Pizza Hut parking lot. Around 10:48 a.m., officers responded to the 1702 Glendale Drive restaurant regarding a person … more
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