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GREENVILLE — Before a Friday afternoon agreement to end the longest U.S. government shutdown in history was announced, U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield visited the Pitt-Greenville Airport to show support … more
This month’s Fabulous Friday at the Imagination Station focuses on farm-to-table dining, focusing on local foods, why it is important to grow and purchase foods locally, and how to grow and cook … more
United Methodist churches may sever ties with their denomination, and some congregations could face a membership exodus over the church governing body’s vote to reject same-sex marriage and refuse … more
John Lee, president of Lee Motor Group, called Wilson Community College vibrant and progressive Thursday after the ribbon was cut on the new Lee Technology Center in Wilson. Lee donated more than … more
Authorities are seeking Diana Keel’s husband on a first-degree murder charge in the Wilson Medical Center nurse and Nash County resident’s killing. Rexford Lynn Keel Jr.’s whereabouts were … more
Wilson’s hottest park is undergoing some maintenance and upgrades, but city officials are working hard to keep amenities accessible at Lake Wilson Park during the construction. “The city … more
The federal government has useful tools and tips for last-minute tax filers who are struggling to meet the April 15 deadline. The Internal Revenue Service offers free tax filing software via its … more
SARATOGA — Sheriff’s deputies have charged a man with animal cruelty after finding a dog starved, dehydrated and malnourished, officials said. Deputies were called to the 8106 Rogers St. home … more
Workers have begun closing in the 90,000-square-foot Whirligig Station apartment complex taking shape within the 122-year-old Hi Dollar tobacco warehouse. “We call it drying it in,” said Lewis … more
After nearly a week of weather influenced by Hurricane Florence, Wilson County returns to normal Tuesday through Saturday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
If you don’t mind yellow as a vehicle color, there might be a good deal for you at the N.C. Department of Transportation surplus vehicle public auction Wednesday at the Wilson County … more
By Faith Original Free Will Baptist Church, 4667 Evansdale Road, will have a food giveaway beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. Attendees are asked to bring containers or boxes. For more … more
The centennial celebration of the World War I armistice will be observed at Wilson’s annual Veterans Day program on Sunday. “We want our veterans and our current members of the military to … more
Two men who were arrested in connection to the Jan. 14 shooting of Trooper Daniel Harrell now face additional charges in the case. William Allen Boswell, 40, of Elm City, and 25-year-old Bryan … more
A Wilson tax preparation business whose proceeds support an affiliated nonprofit group has announced its relocation. MJL Summerville Tax Services has taken up residence in the Summerville Academy … more
MOUNT OLIVE — A routine traffic stop on the U.S. 117 bypass near Lee’s Country Club Road resulted in drug charges being filed against a Wilson man. Mount Olive police say they also confiscated … more
When Latonya Daniels was released from prison in September, she knew she never wanted to go back. The 41-year-old was determined to turn her life around. “It was a time for me to get my mind … more
NASHVILLE — State Bureau of Investigation agents testified Thursday that only one of at least eight body and dashboard cameras was turned on during a February deputy-involved shooting that left one … more
Gregory Allday thrust his hands over his head, pushing the colorful fabric of a parachute up and away. The wheelchair-bound Vinson-Bynum Elementary School student was one of 278 students from 11 … more
Tanijah Ellis didn’t know what to expect Wednesday. But when she saw dozens of prospective companies engaging in conversation with job-seekers like herself, she knew it was a moment she wanted to … more
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