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The Wilson County Board of Education fine tuned seven policies on first readings at a special meeting Monday. “All of these are first reads, and they will be coming before us at our meeting next … more
Two years ago, a dream became a reality when the first recovery center opened its doors in Wilson. Since then, countless people have found hope at Recovery Concepts Community Center, known as RC3. … more
On Sept. 3, U.S. Rep. G. K. Butterfield issued a statement on North Carolina State Superior Court’s ruling that found legislative districts to be political gerrymanders and therefore a violation of … more
ROCKY MOUNT ­— Authorities on Monday identified a Wilson student athlete as a victim of a shooting last week at the Moose Lodge. Malik Latrell Davis, 17, is recovering after being shot, … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library Adult Nonfiction “The British Are Coming: The War for America, Lexigton to Princeton, 1775-1777” by Rick Atkinson “Charged: … more
The Wilson Branch of the NAACP will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, at Jackson Chapel Church, 571 Nash St. E. Carlton Stevens, mayoral candidate will be the guest speaker. Democratic Party to … more
It has been just over a year since BB&T announced the investment of $35 million in a new downtown building, and construction is going well, officials said. “We continue to make good progress … more
L. Lamont Wiggins, presiding July 15 • Tony E. Bailey, pleaded guilty — Alford plea to indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, defendant eligible … more
Wilson city officials have moved forward on establishing a partnership with a new homebuilder for the Freeman Place neighborhood. “A group of our staff toured one of their homes that was built … more
A group of Wilson youths headed out to two local convenience stores Saturday armed with red warning labels in their hands. Those red stickers were placed on top of a specific type of alcoholic … more
In Annie Ruth Price Skinner’s long life, one of the most memorable moments was written in the sky. “I was about 15 years old when they bombed Pearl Harbor,” Skinner said. “We were out in … more
Eastern North Carolina will see ample relief from Hurricane Dorian this weekend and into the workweek, Al Thomas says in the latest installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast brought to you by … more
EUREKA — A couple faces child abuse charges after deputies say they passed out in a parking lot from an apparent heroin overdose and then drove away with their three young children in the … more
Labor Day is a starting point. From now on, why don’t we continually celebrate working people in America, those who keep our country active, productive and safe? One day is simply not adequate … more
Seven out of 101 Wilson Fire/Rescue Services personnel recently were selected for the new special operations team that will take point on serious rescue operations in the future. “When there is … more
Wilson performing artists will be on the stage Saturday for the Next Level Veterans Road to New York Open Call televised auditions tonight at Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and … more
“Squalls out on the Gulf Stream, Big storm comin’ soon.” Those are the words that begin Jimmy Buffett’s ballad, “Trying to Reason with the Hurricane Season.” The song is not … more
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