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A friendly high-pressure ridge will hold the humidity at bay through Tuesday, keeping the greater Wilson area warm and sunny, but not too hot, Al Thomas Jr. explains in this weekend's installment of … more
Wilson County residents and other North Carolina property owners fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline won a small legal victory Wednesday when a federal judge extended a stay in a dozen cases. In … more
Two Southern Bank managers with ties to Nash and Wilson counties received awards at Southern Bank’s annual Best Bankers … more
Children from Wilson, Georgia, Florida and Bahamas celebrated a week-long character enrichment day camp in Wilson this week. Vick Elementary School hosted the 120 participants Monday through … more
Nash County may be willing to buy out any Rocky Mount–Wilson Regional Airport partners, including the city of Wilson and Wilson County, if they’re ready to take off. The airport, built in the … more
It was a symphony of saws, hammers and screwdrivers as 22 highly trained apprentices installed junction boxes, pulled electric wire and bent conduit for the 25th annual Watson Electrical Construction … more
ROCKY MOUNT — Nash UNC Health Care has named Dr. Anne Shriner its chief medical officer to partner with the organization’s more than 250 medical staff members to drive improvement in quality and … more
“Digital circuits are made from analog parts.” That’s what my fortune cookie said at the Chinese buffet where I was eating as I pondered some rather deep thoughts this past week in … more
I would like to state, before this column starts, that I love writing the column. It’s been a pleasure for the last few years to bring to you a little insight, a little opinion and a lot of words. … more
Spring cleaning is nothing new. The tradition goes back for centuries in numerous cultures around the world as an effort to clean dirt and dust, smoke and clutter from the house after a winter of … more
A Wilson County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant has reached the state’s highest benchmark in law enforcement certification for deputy sheriffs. The N.C. Sheriffs’ … more
BLACK CREEK — A Wednesday grease fire has temporarily closed the original Bill’s Grill. The fire happened in the kitchen after 6 p.m. with the dining room full. … more
One of Wilson’s biopharma companies announced Thursday a plan to create another 34 local jobs as part of a larger expansion. Merck plans to invest $650 million and create more than 400 jobs over … more
The Power Plex Athletic Center, 2708 Wooten Blvd., will hold a yard sale fundraiser from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and a chicken dinner plate sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 27. All proceeds from … more
Dr. George Isaacs knows how vital home health services are to patients and the community as a whole. Isaacs, a well-known general surgeon, will take on another role as the acting medical director of … more
After a myriad of construction delays and recent sweltering temperatures giving way to mild weather, the stars aligned this week for the first wave of residents to move into Whirligig … more
Everything is falling into place for the second Bowling for Recovery fundraiser this Saturday, but teams can still sign up to participate. Flynn Christian Fellowship Home Executive Director Earl … more
Police say a 6-year-old involved in a July 16 break-in at Dunham’s Sports where several handguns were stolen will not be charged as a juvenile. The two 14-year-olds involved in the incident … more
One of Wilson’s largest tobacco auction warehouses has new ownership. The old Liberty Warehouse at 1721 Goldsboro St., which most recently operated as Big M Tobacco, is now Horizon Ltd. … more
After the sudden loss of his beloved dog, David Bray admits to feeling lost. “I was walking around Target, just pushing the cart and passed the dog aisle and I thought I could turn this into … more
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