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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
Sharpsburg’s prior top cop is suing the town for wrongful termination. Former Police Chief John Hunt has filed a lawsuit claiming racial discrimination and is asking for at least $50,000 in … more
The Wilson County Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 11 a.m. Friday. There are two items on the agenda, and there is no public input portion of the meeting. The board will have … more
A federal grand jury indicted three Wilson men on drug conspiracy charges Wednesday. Kenneth “Kenny” Ray Barnes, 49, and Jeffrey “Cookieman” Bernard Moore, 48, are charged with conspiracy … more
Sallie Baldwin Townsend Howard, the lifelong educator who inspired the creation of the Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education, has died. She was hospitalized early Saturday after … more
A weak cold front streaking through the region on Saturday won't break the cycle of above-average early fall temperatures in Wilson County, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this weekend's installment of … more
After a brief warmup during the day, Wilson County can expect a return to below-average temperatures Tuesday night, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times … more
Someone posted this on my personal Facebook the other night and I looked at it for a moment or two. Certainly it was funny, as some things on Facebook currently are. It was a simple list of … more
Adult Fiction “As Waters Gone By” by Cynthia Ruchti “Cicada Summer” by Maureen Leurck “Death of An Eye” by Dana Stabenow “Here and Again” by Nicole R. … more
With temperatures in the high 60s to mid-70s, the remainder of the workweek will feel like an early spring. But a cold front arriving on Friday will bring a chilly weekend, Albert Thomas Jr. explains … more
Elm City native Rufus Winstead Jr. was among Air Force personnel honored this month for a historic first flight of an all African-American crew to ferry a C-5A Galaxy from Dover Air Force Base to the … more
BB&T plans to hold a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for a $35 million new office in historic downtown Wilson, and everyone is invited. “The city of Wilson has always been a special place … more
BAILEY — The town of Bailey once again has a full Board of Commissioners after appointing Ervin Powell to a vacant seat during Monday’s monthly meeting. Powell has been a longtime meeting … more
This year’s Reagan Day Dinner is serving as a fundraiser for the Republican Museum of North Carolina. The Wilson County Republican Party is holding the annual event, which starts at 6:30 p.m. … more
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