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Heat will be relentless this week with Wednesday's high peaking at 100 degrees and the heat index at or above 100 through at least Saturday, Al Thomas says in this week's installment of The Wilson … more
State troopers have named the man killed in a Monday afternoon gun battle and law enforcement chase, and police say he was acquainted with a woman found dead at her Smithfield home. Troopers … more
The Greater Wilson Rotary Club recently presented six Wilson men with the Paul Harris Fellow awards and a contribution to the Rotary International Foundation of $1,000 each. Receiving the awards … more
Today marks the return of The Wilson Times’ Political Notebook, a weekly roundup of initiatives, announcements, votes and actions affecting voters and constituents in the greater Wilson area. … more
Despite blistering temperatures with a heat index above 100, crews are hard at work this week to transform formerly underutilized land into vibrant park facilities. “They just finished hauling … more
Community Impact North Carolina in Wilson recently hosted Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America and delivered a weeklong academy on the foundations of community-level prevention efforts. The … more
Police have released information on the traffic plans and detours for Wilson’s fireworks displays at today’s Wilson Tobs game and Thursday’s Fourth of July celebration at the Wilson County … more
Authorities charged a Wilson man in connection to an attempted armed robbery at a local convenience store. Wilson police were dispatched to a 10:01 a.m. call to the Romanian Supermarket on Pender … more
Police say nearly two dozen people face charges after a months-long investigation that also led to the seizure of cocaine, PCP and heroin. The Wilson Police Department’s Special Operations … more
Penny Temple shared this picture of a large American flag decorating the J.W. Stone homeplace on N.C. 231 north of Middlesex in southern Nash County's Samaria community. Temple spotted the stars and … more
Students interact with Wilson Medical Center staff during a Student Health Career Awareness Day last month. The hospital partnered with the Area Health Education Center for Area L to provide an … more
NASHVILLE — A Wilson County man with a criminal record has been charged with felony fleeing to elude arrest and fleeing from probation officials after leading lawmen in Nash County on a vehicle … more
The Wilson Tobs’ annual Home Run for Hunger campaign collected more than 25,000 pounds of nonperishable food items for 15 local pantries. … more
Wilson County could receive $200,000 for its new animal shelter thanks to an appropriation in the state budget. Sen. Rick Horner, R-Nash, secured the funds after consulting with County Manager … more
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “99 Percent Mine” by Sally Thorne “Ask Again, Yes: A Novel” by Mary Beth Keane “Becoming Us: A … more
Sparklers and smoke bombs, firecrackers and fountains. The TNT Fireworks tent on Forest Hills Road has it all and is open every day, including fulfilling those last-minute pyrotechnic needs on … more
In a split vote, the Wilson County Board of Education opted to give a partial contribution to support the North Carolina School Boards Action Center and its lobbying efforts in the North Carolina … more
“You can’t see the forest for the trees” is an idiom that can be interpreted in a number of ways. When you see a forest, do you see the trees, or do you see the complex combination of plant … more
Free breakfast! Bob would like to invite you to breakfast at 9 a.m. on Sundays at Ascension Lutheran Church on Nash Street. And when I say breakfast, I’m not talking Pop-Tarts and cold cereal. … more
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